Access the following link to view a short four question buttons quiz - 'The Lifecycle of Flowers'
Apologies for calling the PPT buttons, It was called this during the construction of the action buttons. I enjoyed building a PowerPoint quiz, this is something I could play with for hours, and also why the quiz is only four questions long at this stage (I had to stop myself or get consumed). The only problem I encountered was to link the incorrect answers to a slide stating "This answer in incorrect, please try again". Although the link was made and all apears well, when the flower icon is chosen the link will not activate, in saying this all other links are active.
Reading the other blogs, some of my colleagues Kerri, Melissa and Nalalie believe that quizzing on classmarker is the way to go, I agree with these statements, however, I also see the potential for incorporating a PPT quiz into the classroom. The PPt can be more than a quiz, and contain further tools for engagment and learning. The first half of the PPT may contain information from which these questions are drawn, providing a source for the information and knowledge to be obtained before conducting the quiz.
The action buttons were easy to embed, as were the home and hyperlink buttons. Pictures and drawings can be downloaded onto the PPT to provide further visual stimulation. The PPT was then uploaded into MediaFire where it could be posted into my blog via a link.
Bye for Now,