'Single Choice Set' with 'Answer Panel' after each question


The 'Single Choice Set' is my favorite H5P question type.  However, I propose a feature addition to make the question my super favorite.

Currently the question type allows multiple question, each with multiple choices and one correct choice.  The problem is that after the student makes a choice the system will inform the student whenther the choice is right or wrong, then pause, and then move on to the next question without any feedback.  I propose that optionally a feedback panel be insert before the next question is posed.  This would allow much more useful educational interaction with the student.  I have been receiving complaints that the 'Single Choice Set' is often not helpful because there is no feedback.

So when creating the 'Single Choice Set' question you could allow the optional addition of a feedback panel per question.  The when the student answers that question if feedback is available a panel would be presented to display the feedback before the next question is presented.  You could also possibly allow specific feedback to be presented depending upon the particular choice the student makes, one feedback text per question choice.  Though that level of detail make not be needed.  At least one feedback text per question is my proposal.

So this is seems relatively simple.  Not a new content type, but a simple extension of the existing 'Single Choice Set' content type.

'Single Choice Set' with 'Answer Panel' after each question
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This would be very useful!

BV52's picture

Hi webservant316,

Thank you for contributing your ideas on how to make H5P better! With the H5P supporter program the H5P community can now vote for and fund the top voted H5P features. Also there are developers in the community who every now and then work on a feature they find interesting or useful.