Talk:Nichole's Portfolio Page
Instructor feedback on your instructional case -- Jz833665 16:35, 28 April 2010 (EDT)
You're working on an interesting topic that will be helpful to many math teachers. I assume you have realized, you're working on an instructional case as an example of instructional design regarding using a tech tool in math teaching. Your audience is students, not teachers; although teachers can learn something important from this specific case. For an instructional case like yours, you may contextualize this case in the very beginning (front page) by informing what this case is about, in what context (student, classroom settings, content standards...), your instructional design ideas (e.g., fostering math understanding through interactive inquiries...?), and what the readers (peer teachers) may learn from this case. Please email me when you have your lesson designs/plans uploaded and want my further feedback.