Those of you familiar with Mastery Learning (Khan Academy is one example) - know that it is predicated on mastery of one topic before allowing moving on to the next (more advanced) topic.
So far in Moodle, I have not found a way of enforcing "mastery" of a topic. Apparently, after 10 tries - a question is marked "wrong" and the student moves on! When they obviously don't understand the first concept - how are they going to understand the second, advanced topic??? It creates "swiss-cheese" learning to just fail them and then allow them to continue...eventually, it will come back to bite the student.
I would love a scenario where a student would be given unlimited opportunities to attempt a task - and only allowed to move on after 10 successful attempts at different problems. In my case, I am teaching ESL - I would want a student to successfully complete a task (different questions) before allowing them to continue to the next unit or level.
Is this possible in Moodle? I am fairly new and perhaps missing something obvious...?
Thanks very much for any and all assistance in advance!