Select the activity you would like to be played and place them in the required order. This is useful for learners to be able to work through a set of activities independently.
This option allows you to decide whether the on-screen reward will be accompanied by music and/or animation. You can also set the length of time the reward should last.
Add prompts to provide extra support for the learner. You can allow the possiblity of replaying the sound that accompanies an activity, for example.
You could also use the correct choice shown alongside the question. You could also use this option to create picture matching activities.
Set the background colour and text colour throughout your activites. You can also set the colour for the mouse rollovers and scan boxes. This facility is particularly useful for those with visual impairment.
The program includes settings for using the activities with one or two switches. You can also specify the scan speed for those using single switch scanning.
ChooseIt! Maker 2 has a useful 'pre-acceptance delay' function. This is ideal for students who make brief involuntary switch presses which you don't want the program to recognise, for example as a result of tremor. If you set the delay to 0.4 seconds, the program will only accept switch presses that last longer than 0.4 seconds.