Authors create a sequence of images for learners to put in a particular order. The images are randomized and must be sequenced based on the task described. Authors may also add a description of the image to support learners.
When to Use Image Sequencing
Image Sequencing is most useful when learners need to review a process or put things into an order based on size or other criteria. For example, learners could organize the events leading up to the Civil War or putting the planets in order from smallest to largest. Learners are able to check their responses. Image Sequencing is a stand-alone activity.