H5P Lesson Planner
It has dawned on me, as I am trying to create a most excellent sequence of activities for a forthcoming course, that all these inumerable possibilities and crossovers at some point become a little difficult to organize and compare. So I thought, "Wouldn'it it be wonderful, if from h5p I could set up a mock flow or sequence of activities to give me an overview of the whole and then compare?"
I would imagine it to be composed of a few introductory fields such as Topic, Unit, Lesson Objectives, and Level, and then the Structure would be like a long questionaire where we'd select our 1st h5p activity and then go on to the next one. If an activity contains others (column, h5p), select sub-sections and activity. Enabling a short comment field would be brilliant of course, and then generating an outline, even as a jpeg or export. If the outline included information like wmv, mp3 for audio files it would also be interesting from a preparatory perspective, a bit like taking out the ingredients and appliances needed to great a Magnificent H5P Opus. And no need for an LTI or or whatever, please.
In short, the course author(s) would use an h5p lesson planner to create and generate a learning sequence before creating it. This would give authors an overview of a complex project and help them organize additional resources, such as images, audio files, links, etc. beforehand.