Interactive Videos, or iClips are part of a adaptive learning approach that allows a student’s response to questions, determine which video clip should be played next.
Video clips for both core and re-teaching curriculum are produced. Questions are provided after each clip. Depending on which answer the student chooses, the iClip will play the next core curriculum clip in sequence, or will place a video clip meant to explain or reinforce a core idea that the student may not have understood.
At the end of the re-teaching clip, questions are again provided. If a student does not choose the correct answer after having watched two clips in addition to the original clip, the iClip notifies the teacher. The student however continues through the content until the final end clips is played.
It could be that there are multiple concepts that were not understood. This will be communicated to the teacher, even if the student completes the iClip.