Template of the Week – Assessment: Drag & Drop

Drag & Drop interactivity is quite a common and yet an extremely engaging way to test learners’ knowledge about key concepts or terms covered in a course. It has the potential to spice up even the most boring and monotonous e-learning courses, without compromising on the effectiveness of the content.

One of the reasons why learners find this kind of interactivity interesting is because it gives the learners an opportunity to physically engage with the concepts through dragging and dropping rather than just reading a block of text and choosing the most suitable option/s. However, it is very important to identify whether the content is suitable to be assessed using a Drag & Drop interactivity. For this interactivity to be effective, it is essential for the drag objects to be composed of not more than 3 words. It is not a good instructional strategy to have long sentences or descriptions as the drag objects.

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