H5P content

I’ve become interested in creating interactive learning resources using H5P, which is an open-source framework based on Javascript.

It offers a powerful selection of tools that make it easy to create all kinds of learning content – including interactive quizzes, presentations and games.

No programming knowledge is needed – just creative thought and a willingness to spend time putting together content.

Below is my first attempt at using it. I’ve created a short lesson on ‘circle elements’, using public domain images and my own simple circle graphics. Have a go at it below and give me your thoughts in the comments – either as a student or a teacher.

You can find out more at h5p.org

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  1. Looking at H5P versus SCORM content in order to produce blended learning materials for GCSE Maths students. This is nice ‘first attempt’. I struggle with being overwhelmed by all the possibilities and lack of technical expertise (i’m using an in-built content editor on our Moodle system). Anyway best wishes on your endeavours and happy holidays!

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