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H5P And SCORM Interactive Activities Are Built-In And Ready To Use.
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   WATCH THE TWO VIDEOS. (AUDIO ON!) SEE IF YOU GET THE RIGHT ANSWER!

SIMPLE ENGAGEMENT EXAMPLE

DEEP ENGAGEMENT EXAMPLE

 

The above Interactive Activities are pretty cool huh? How engaging were they?

The first video is just a regular YouTube video with the “Interactive Video” activity layered on top of it!

 

The second video used the “Branching Scenario” activity to create an immersed user experience.

What if I said that you can create these types of Interactive Activities PLUS, 52 additional interactive activities to engage your students on the Course Creativ powered by Moodle Platform? 

 

Think about it.

You can either offer the same ol’ same ol’  that every other course creator offers, with their 30 minute to an hour videos and .pdf handouts…

OR

You offer a course that actually engages your students!

Here’s The Bottom Line.

If your looking for The Best Course Creation Platform on the Planet…you’ve found it! Please click the link  “To Start 30 Day FREE Trial” and begin using all of Course Creativ’s features!

Still not sure……. or maybe you have your course on another platform then please continue to read.

Do you know what all of the current course creation platforms have in common?

They do not offer Interactivity for your students!

 93% of class time is spent on class tasks when using interactive learning (Juraschka, 2019).

 Additionally, it added 50% more to the engagement rate (Fatemi, 2020).

 

 

So a question you have to ask yourself.

“Does the platform I’m evaluating or my current platform offer integrated H5P and SCORM course design capabilities to offer genuine interactive engagement?

Here’s the deal.

Course creation should be simple and it should work. Most people aren’t quite sure what platform to choose and they’re overwhelmed by all the tech stuff!

They either give up…or they duct tape a bunch of plugins and end up frustrated.

 

Use Course Creativ and you’ll finally get the results you’ve been looking for!

 

 

How Does Course Creativ Help Me? See The Demo Below!

Course Creativ is a full LMS (Learning Management System) Powered By Moodle, that give you all of the tools for your course production, sales and marketing without you having to be tech savvy.

Create content such as videos and .pdfs or Interactive Content to offer the most engagement and fun to your customers through H5P and SCORM.

 Course Creativ also automatically creates your course enrolment page for marketing and selling. Your online course can include video content, audio products, books, .pdfs. PowerPoints, interactive quizzes and much more.

Course Creativ has a unique feature which is called “course enrolment keys” that allows you to sell your course from any CRM tool and other platforms such as Shopify and WordPress.

Watch the Demo Video To Learn More.

Course Landing Page Auto Builder

That’s right! You heard us!

As your are filling out your course profile page, name of course, images etc, your course landing page is being built automatically! You have to do NOTHING!

H5P

H5P makes it easy to create interactive content by providing a range of content types for various needs.

Course Creativ is loaded with 52 different Interactive Acitivites with the press of a button!

SCORM

Course Creativ supports all SCORM designed courses which allows: 

Author content in familiar PowerPoint or Keynote, with no additional training
Easily turn your PPT, PDF, and Word files into online courses
Create engaging courses your students will love

PayPal And Stripe Integration

Sell your courses as a bundle

Order Bumps

Subscriptions

Unlimited Communities

Create Interactive Live Learning Environments For Student Learning! Create Unlimited Comminities For Each of Your Courses or Just Have One Global Community or Both.

Zapier

Zapier lets you connect Course Creativ with 5000+ of the most popular apps, so you can automate your work and have more time for what matters most—no code required.

Big Blue Button and Jitsi

Big Blue Button or Jitsi provide web conferencing for collaborative learning!

Document UploadWhiteboard
Closed Caption and Dictation Video Options
Breakout RoomsChat
Polling Multi-User Whiteboard
Shared Notes Video Share
Screen Share Hand Raise
Emojis

 

Create The Course You Want From The Activity Chooser

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Book

The book module enables a teacher to create a multi-page resource in a book-like format, with chapters and subchapters. Books can contain media files as well as text and are useful for displaying lengthy passages of information which can be broken down into sections.

Assignments

The assignment activity module enables a teacher to communicate tasks, collect work and provide grades and feedback.

Students can submit any digital content (files), such as word-processed documents, spreadsheets, images, or audio and video clips. Alternatively, or in addition, the assignment may require students to type text directly into the text editor. An assignment can also be used to remind students of ‘real-world’ assignments they need to complete offline, such as art work, and thus not require any digital content. Students can submit work individually or as a member of a group.

Chat

The chat activity module enables participants to have text-based, real-time synchronous discussions.

The chat may be a one-time activity or it may be repeated at the same time each day or each week. Chat sessions are saved and can be made available for everyone to view or restricted to users with the capability to view chat session logs.

Chats are especially useful when the group chatting is not able to meet face-to-face.

Choice

The choice activity module enables a teacher to ask a single question and offer a selection of possible responses.

Choice results may be published after students have answered, after a certain date, or not at all. Results may be published with student names or anonymously (though teachers always see student names and their responses).

A choice activity may be used

  • As a quick poll to stimulate thinking about a topic
  • To quickly test students’ understanding
  • To facilitate student decision-making, for example allowing students to vote on a direction for the course
Custom Certificate

This module allows for the dynamic generation of PDF certificates.

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Database

The database activity module enables participants to create, maintain and search a collection of entries (i.e. records). The structure of the entries is defined by the teacher as a number of fields. Field types include checkbox, radio buttons, drop-down menu, text area, URL, picture and uploaded file.

The visual layout of information when listing, viewing or editing database entries may be controlled by database templates. Database activities may be shared between courses as presets and a teacher may also import and export database entries.

If the database auto-linking filter is enabled, any entries in a database will be automatically linked where the words or phrases appear within the course.

A teacher can allow comments on entries. Entries can also be rated by teachers or students (peer evaluation). Ratings can be aggregated to form a final grade which is recorded in the gradebook.

Database activities have many uses, such as

  • A collaborative collection of web links, books, book reviews, journal references etc
  • For displaying student-created photos, posters, websites or poems for peer comment and review.
External Tool

The external tool activity module enables students to interact with learning resources and activities on other web sites. For example, an external tool could provide access to a new activity type or learning materials from a publisher.

To create an external tool activity, a tool provider which supports LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) is required. A teacher can create an external tool activity or make use of a tool configured by the site administrator.

External tool activities differ from URL resources in a few ways:

  • External tools are context aware i.e. they have access to information about the user who launched the tool, such as institution, course and name
  • External tools support reading, updating, and deleting grades associated with the activity instance
  • External tool configurations create a trust relationship between your site and the tool provider, allowing secure communication between them
Forum Communities

The forum activity module enables participants to have asynchronous discussions i.e. discussions that take place over an extended period of time.

There are several forum types to choose from, such as a standard forum where anyone can start a new discussion at any time; a forum where each student can post exactly one discussion; or a question and answer forum where students must first post before being able to view other students’ posts. A teacher can allow files to be attached to forum posts. Attached images are displayed in the forum post.

Participants can subscribe to a forum to receive notifications of new forum posts. A teacher can set the subscription mode to optional, forced or auto, or prevent subscription completely. If required, students can be blocked from posting more than a given number of posts in a given time period; this can prevent individuals from dominating discussions.

Glossary

The glossary activity module enables participants to create and maintain a list of definitions, like a dictionary, or to collect and organise resources or information.

A teacher can allow files to be attached to glossary entries. Attached images are displayed in the entry. Entries can be searched or browsed alphabetically or by category, date or author. Entries can be approved by default or require approval by a teacher before they are viewable by everyone.

If the glossary auto-linking filter is enabled, entries will be automatically linked where the concept words and/or phrases appear within the course.

A teacher can allow comments on entries. Entries can also be rated by teachers or students (peer evaluation). Ratings can be aggregated to form a final grade which is recorded in the gradebook.

Glossaries have many uses, such as

  • A collaborative bank of key terms
  • A ‘getting to know you’ space where new students add their name and personal details
  • A ‘handy tips’ resource of best practice in a practical subject
  • A sharing area of useful videos, images or sound files
  • A revision resource of facts to remember
IMS Content Package

An IMS content package is a collection of files which are packaged according to an agreed standard so they can be reused in different systems. The IMS content package module enables such content packages to be uploaded as a zip file and added to a course as a resource.

Content is usually displayed over several pages, with navigation between the pages. There are various options for displaying content in a pop-up window, with a navigation menu or buttons etc.

An IMS content package may be used for presenting multimedia content and animations.

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Lesson

The lesson activity module enables a teacher to deliver content and/or practice activities in interesting and flexible ways. A teacher can use the lesson to create a linear set of content pages or instructional activities that offer a variety of paths or options for the learner. In either case, teachers can choose to increase engagement and ensure understanding by including a variety of questions, such as multiple choice, matching and short answer. Depending on the student’s choice of answer and how the teacher develops the lesson, students may progress to the next page, be taken back to a previous page or redirected down a different path entirely.

A lesson may be graded, with the grade recorded in the gradebook.

Lessons may be used

  • For self-directed learning of a new topic
  • For scenarios or simulations/decision-making exercises
  • For differentiated revision, with different sets of revision questions depending upon answers given to initial questions
H5P Interactive Content

The H5P activity module enables you to create interactive content such as Interactive Videos, Question Sets, Drag and Drop Questions, Multi-Choice Questions, Presentations and much more.

In addition to being an authoring tool for rich content, H5P enables you to import and export H5P files for effective reuse and sharing of content.

User interactions and scores are tracked using xAPI and are available through the Moodle Gradebook. Note that it is currently possible for people with programming skills to cheat in H5P interactions and obtain the full score without knowing the correct answers. H5Ps must not be used for exams or similar.

You add interactive H5P content by creating content using the built-in authoring tool or uploading H5P files found on other H5P enabled sites.

Quiz

The quiz activity enables a teacher to create quizzes comprising questions of various types, including multiple choice, matching, short-answer and numerical.

The teacher can allow the quiz to be attempted multiple times, with the questions shuffled or randomly selected from the question bank. A time limit may be set.

Each attempt is marked automatically, with the exception of essay questions, and the grade is recorded in the gradebook.

The teacher can choose when and if hints, feedback and correct answers are shown to students.

Quizzes may be used

  • As course exams
  • As mini tests for reading assignments or at the end of a topic
  • As exam practice using questions from past exams
  • To deliver immediate feedback about performance
  • For self-assessment
Quiz Venture

Students procastinating too much? Are they playing games instead of studying? Well now you can motivate them by allowing them to do both at once!

Quizventure is an activity module that loads quiz questions from the course it’s added to. The possible answers come down as space ships and you have to shoot the correct one.

Note: Quizventure is designed to promote learning rather than for assessment. Students will have infinite attempts with instant feedback. For this reason, only add questions you want students to learn the answer to, rather than questions you want to assess if they have learned.

SCORM Package

A SCORM package is a collection of files which are packaged according to an agreed standard for learning objects. The SCORM activity module enables SCORM or AICC packages to be uploaded as a zip file and added to a course.

Content is usually displayed over several pages, with navigation between the pages. There are various options for displaying content in a pop-up window, with a table of contents, with navigation buttons etc. SCORM activities generally include questions, with grades being recorded in the gradebook.

SCORM activities may be used

  • For presenting multimedia content and animations
  • As an assessment tool
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Survey

The survey activity module provides a number of verified survey instruments that have been found useful in assessing and stimulating learning in online environments. A teacher can use these to gather data from their students that will help them learn about their class and reflect on their own teaching.

Note that these survey tools are pre-populated with questions. Teachers who wish to create their own survey should use the feedback activity module.

URL

The URL module enables a teacher to provide a web link as a course resource. Anything that is freely available online, such as documents or images, can be linked to; the URL doesn’t have to be the home page of a website. The URL of a particular web page may be copied and pasted or a teacher can use the file picker and choose a link from a repository such as Flickr, YouTube or Wikimedia (depending upon which repositories are enabled for the site).

There are a number of display options for the URL, such as embedded or opening in a new window and advanced options for passing information, such as a student’s name, to the URL if required.

Note that URLs can also be added to any other resource or activity type through the text editor.

WIKI

The wiki activity module enables participants to add and edit a collection of web pages. A wiki can be collaborative, with everyone being able to edit it, or individual, where everyone has their own wiki which only they can edit.

A history of previous versions of each page in the wiki is kept, listing the edits made by each participant.

Wikis have many uses, such as

  • For group lecture notes or study guides
  • For members of a faculty to plan a scheme of work or meeting agenda together
  • For students to collaboratively author an online book, creating content on a topic set by their tutor
  • For collaborative storytelling or poetry creation, where each participant writes a line or verse
  • As a personal journal for examination notes or revision (using an individual wiki)
Workshop

The workshop activity module enables the collection, review and peer assessment of students’ work.

Students can submit any digital content (files), such as word-processed documents or spreadsheets and can also type text directly into a field using the text editor.

Submissions are assessed using a multi-criteria assessment form defined by the teacher. The process of peer assessment and understanding the assessment form can be practised in advance with example submissions provided by the teacher, together with a reference assessment. Students are given the opportunity to assess one or more of their peers’ submissions. Submissions and reviewers may be anonymous if required.

Students obtain two grades in a workshop activity – a grade for their submission and a grade for their assessment of their peers’ submissions. Both grades are recorded in the gradebook.

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