I was wondering if it does exist any SCORM editor for Geometry teaching.
I'm looking for a way to get my students making a drawing into a dynamic geometry tool (like GeoneXt) and to be able to record their work in Moodle.
Point in two dimensions:
Point in three dimensions :
So I would like to use this kind of questions in Moodle test (or in a SCORM package) with tracking of the students results by Moodle.
Thanks for any information,
In addition to those links that Furio gave we have two versions of Geogebra filters in moodle itself:
Both tools are actively developed and allow creating dynamic and interactive geometry - "recording" student's work may be harder...
||A = (-3, 2)|
||B = (2, -1)|
|3||Retta a||Retta per A e B||a: 3x + 5y = 1|
|4||Retta b||Retta per A perpendicolare a a||b: -5x + 3y = 21|
The file can be saved as html and uploaded in moodle by the student
Yes - it's possible to save graphs also in GeoNext applets - but it does not happen automatically, students must be able to save their work.
I was thinking more or less automatic process where "recording of process" happens at the same time as student presses some buttons or moves points.
To put this in perspective, I provide via a moodle assignment access to the geonext gui with a preliminary construction, and instruct student to complete the construction per instructions, tasking , prompt or whatever, and then submit same, which writes the geonext string to the assignment. If I modify assignment to compare string I can then automate possible completing....
The other option is the one furio mentioned, which is to look at saving steps, but I am not sure if that type of response can be output with discrete parameters/primitives.
Thanks for all your quick answers.
I use regularly embedded GeoneXt applets in Moodle lessons.
The example given by Furio Petrossi seems to be of the same kind : a Geogebra applet as an illustration in a lesson inside a SCORM package.
But, I would like to try to duplicate the exercices shown in the examples above : the student make a construction in the applet and a feedback on his construction would be given by Moodle.
Thanks again for your interest,