EN – I would like to design learning paths containing resources and activities just like Moodle (but more easily). I would drag and drop an element in a list, only the first should be visible at the beginning. The student can’t walk through if he don’t perform the required action (reading, reaching a grade in an assignment…).
FR – Je souhaiterais créer des parcours comme sur Moodle (mais plus facilement). Je ferais un glissé-déplacé des éléments vers une liste, seul le premier serais visible pour débuter. Les élèves ne peuvent avancer s’ils n’ont pas terminé l’objectif prévu (lecture, niveau d’évaluation…).
Thanks for posting in both French and English :-). Since my French grammar is not much to brag about I think we are both best of with me answering in English.
A learning path feature is absolutely a great pedagogical tool, and something that I would really like us to have. We have done the first preliminary work for a learning path feature, and I hope it won’t be long until we can move on with this work.
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Update 18/11 - 16
Learning paths can be created in itslearning today, e.g. with the Planner or ILP. It will require teacher involvement, but it’s also natural that a teacher follow his student’s development and help them find their learning paths. The mandatory demands in France are hence covered in itslearning. The work we do for back to school 2017 will lay the foundation for creating a learning path that is more dynamic.