Crocodile Dentist


Instruction: The instructions let the learner knows that with an incorrect answer, there will be a consequence to the game following the quiz. That will hopefully motivate them to decide and choose the right answer, instead of any answer. Rigor: It’s a simple course and a simple interaction that mimics a game that learners already know. Feedback: The course uses sound and color to provide feedback. Engagement: There is playability – the “bad tooth” is random each time the course is played. Layout: Putting the quiz on one slide helps to reduce learner fatigue. Interaction Design: The navigation buttons to play the quiz or leave the game appear only after an action happens. Aesthetics: Keep it simple – right. The color palette is limited. Relevance: Since crocodiles are in nature, the palette is driven from nature

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