Scott Woodbridge

5th Dimension Site Director

Graduate Student, UC Santa Barbara

    The way I usually write a task card is, I'll evaluate more or less what the company has written into the game in terms of levels of expertise or what happens when you complete one thing, what does A lead to, what does B lead to.  And I'll write is sort of based on that, if the goals aren't too difficult based on what the software provides.  And like I said, I'll always write the task card based on previous levels.  So if a kid wants to start at the expert level, I'll say, well first do the beginner level, I mean first do the good level, and the good level will say, make sure you complete the beginner level, and it's my idea that each level builds on the level before.