Feedback text after student construction

Anthony Dove shared this question 6 months ago
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I am trying to make an introduction tutorial for students to get used to the features of Geogebra, and I want to make some interactive pages that provide affirmation text feedback such as "Good Job!" or "You completed the task!" However, I can't figure out how to make the text exist when the task construction does not exist. For example, say I have a blank page and the instructions tell my students to create 6 points on the screen. After the 6th point is made, I want a message to say "Well Done!"

Any suggestions?

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Try this - you can make a .ggb file with some hidden "target" objects


https://test.geogebra.org/~...

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I am interested in the solution.

But I am not able to look into the file to explore the technical realization.

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https://www.geogebra.org/m/mvjcmmg6

open the source code of https://test.geogebra.org/~...

I think you have done some global javascript that can do this

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Michael, how did you make that text box below the file that gave the information? I hadn't seen a link that used "test.geogebra.org" as the URL before.

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@Anthony: it's some custom JavaScript and HTML. You can "View Source" to explore more


@Noel: how's that? :) https://test.geogebra.org/~...

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@Michael, Thanks for the response. I was really hoping I could avoid JavaScript as that is not my forte, but it appears that may not be feasible for what I wish I could do.

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Here's something similar from Norway (but in English) :)


https://www.geogebra.org/m/Ebm5wBW5

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Yeah, that should do the same thing without having to make it myself. Thanks!

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I am a new user on Geogebra.

I shared a group link with my students, but I can not see any resources that they posted.

I directed them to copy their shared link on to a google form that I sent them.

will I be able to also see their saved graphs on the group link ?

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