Moodle, H5P and Sorting Activities

I was asked to replicate a sorting activity. See, as an instructional practice, we have a couple of groups of things that we have educators sort. We have twenty slips of paper that are cut out. We ask the participants to sort the items into two columns. Usually, we have participants work in teams. 

The activity works well. They can sort and discuss and resort. What it doesn’t do well is scale. It’s fine that we have six envelopes with twenty slips of paper each. However, we are being called on to complete this exercise with a very large group. This would call for thirty envelopes. That’s a lot of copy/cut and organize. Plus, this activity would then be rolled out to their staffs. 

Instead of making all those copies, cutting up all those slips of paper and stuffing them into envelopes, I decided to move this to a digital activity. But how? Certainly we could’ve used Google Drawing and shared the document. That would work, but the user experience isn’t wonderful. 

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