Very nice presentation.
Nice mix of very easy with not so easy.
After working the first three pages I expected to see my score on the fourth page.
Thanks, I'll add scoring to my To Do list.
Nice graphical way presenting geometry concepts. Is there a way to give feedback? The entry boxes on page 2 can easily be picked up and moved around - you could set "resist being picked up" under the menu. You could have a page where they identify equal angles - like vertical angles (although you wouldn't expect they know that language). Their intuition could guide them instead of geometry theorems.
rcaton Thanks! I made the changes (in version .014) "resist being picked up" and also added your sugesstion to my to do list.
Works very well.
The end disappointed me: I expected to see my score and ...
RE: your question about user input for selecting number of vertices / square corners, you could do something like you do with selecting words on page 1. That is, have numbers / possible answers for user to click on to select.
Some way of vetting user answers would be nice.
The layout is nice and clean -- I'll look forward to seeing the fleshed out project.
New Version (Thanks for the suggestions)
- New pages with for angle classification and describe similarities and differences in shapes
- Locked down text and answers
- Also improved color scheme and general look
- Provided visual feedback on answers (although I really hate giving kids answers, I have to admit it has its place). I prefer they figure things out for themselves and occasionally give blatantly wrong answers to them so they can correct me and start to question everything I say.
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