First-time user here, trying to be patient with “come back later” given that I’ve studied quite a bit on my own and wanna get to the STUFF(!). Anyway, a reflection after my first “radicals” quiz:
What I didn’t remember was just which word to type, “slope” or “slide.” I knew that if I got it wrong, the other would be the correct answer.
It would be great if after getting the red bar indicating a wrong answer, I could somehow follow up with the right one, without being told what the right answer is. (If there’s a way, the GUI just wasn’t yet clear for me.)
I’m convinced that it’s pedagogically better to be able to follow up with the desired answer after a first try bounces. Of course, it may just be a matter of ego rather than pedagogy…