Success Stories

  • Anatomy Simulations. Human head and neck blood supply
  • Anatomy Simulations. Human ear blood supply

Anatomy Simulations

Client

Great River Learning

Skills

HTML5, Mobile Device Optimization, CCS JavaScript

The Competentum team produced a series of scripts and a custom authoring tool to initiate the project. The client was trained to use this semi-automated tool to create and add resources to the extensive drag and drop gradable asset library that Competentum had already developed.

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This is a drag and drop activity in Anatomy. There is an image of a human head and neck blood supply system with empty slots pointing at different veins of the head and neck. The names of the veins are given on the left. Student needs to drag each name to the appropriate slot.

This is a drag and drop activity in Anatomy. There is an image of a human inner ear with empty slots pointing at different blood vessels of the inner ear. The names of the blood vessels are given on the left. Student needs to drag each name to the appropriate slot.

  • Education City - Elementary school Tutorials . Treasure hunt in the castle
  • Education City - Elementary school Tutorials . Understanding the structure of the story
  • Education City - Elementary school Tutorials . Investigating temperature
  • Education City - Elementary school Tutorials . Measuring the objects in the classroom

Education City - Elementary school Tutorials

Client

Education City

Skills

HTML5, Mobile Device Optimization

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This is a gamification click-to-answer activity for Elementary School. In order to complete the quest of searching the crown in the castle, students will need to select the right words and put them in the empty places in the sentences.

This is a gamification question-and-answer activity for Elementary School. First, there is a theory about the three main elements of the story: setting, characters and the plot. Then students read the story, turning the pages of the book, and then answer the questions about the
story she just read, to distinct these three elements in the structure of the story.

This is a gamification click-to-answer activity for Elementary School. First, there is a theory about the temperature, and the thermometers. Then students need to select various objects to (automatically) measure their temperature and read additional information about each
object.

This is a gamification measurement activity for Elementary School. First, there is a theory about the measurement, the centimeters and meters mutual relation. Then students will need to measure various objects by selecting and entering the numbers, and also to answer the
questions about measurement by selecting the right answer.

  • Math Simulations. Drawing the graph of the function
  • Math Simulations. Plotting on the numberline

Math Simulations

Client

Competentum IP

Skills

HTML5, Mobile Device Optimization

Our team has created multiple mobile friendly question types, many including sophisticated grading algorithms.

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This is a working-with-graph activity for Higher Education. Students can use the upper tools panel to add various graphs of the function, like parabola and hyperbola, to the canvas, and use the left tools panel to change various parameters of the graphs of the function and move
them across the canvas.

This is a working-with-number line activity for Higher Education. Students can use the upper tools panel to add, change or delete various points and intervals to the number line, and use the left tools panel to zoom the board and move it left or right.

  • Biology Simulations. Behavior of the HIV virus in a human cell
  • Biology Simulations. Inherited traits in the marine populations

Biology Simulations

Client

Pearson Education

Skills

Graphics, Flash

Our team of in house experts collaborated with instructors to create highly interactive and accurate biology process models.

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This is an animated simulation of the behavior of the HIV virus. In the animation, the HIV virus attaches itself to a human cell, fuses its membranes to the membranes of the cell and unloads its viral DNA inside the human organism and then replicates itself.

This is an animated simulation of the water environment where fish live. Many different fish species are moving across the screen in all directions, as students read and listen to the theory about the inheritance of the traits which is illustrated by the behavior of the fish. Then
students proceed to the screen with many buttons and sliders where they can customize various factors to see the probability of traits' inheritance.