Learning Design Challenge #21: Knowledge-Check Quizzing in a Video

Learning Design Challenge #21: Knowledge-Check Quizzing in a Video


For this design challenge, we’re going to kick it back old school style and insist that the solution not be a piece of technology.

In other words, this isn’t one we want to address by saying, “I know a great piece of software that lets you embed self-check quizzes in a video,” or “There’s a great site you can link to from with your video.”

Nope. In this challenge, you have to assume that the only thing at your disposal is a camera and the ability to post the video.

The reason for this is that, in video as with other instructional tools, we often forget the simple power of imagination and great (creative) instructional design.

So our challenge today is this: “What’s the best way to provide self-check quizzing in an informational video?”


Here are some questions to consider.

  1. What is your desired experience for this activity?
  2. How might you o this in a classroom where there was no technology available other than you.
  3. Is individualized feedback important? If so, how will you provide it?
  4. What are some additiona, possible constraints for this design?

Design Constraints

Time to Design: <15 min.
Context: Online
Number of Building Blocks Allowed: 5
Hashtag: #DailyLEM21
Design Challenge Guidelines

Suggested Solutions

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