Talk:Using Story Maps in Elementary Classrooms
-- Ryan Johnson (talk) 14:55, 5 December 2013 (EST)
Your first unit looks amazing! It was so easy to follow, and was very well put together. Your objectives for the other two were clear, and overall I think it looks good. Obviously you need to finish them...but if they're anything like the first unit, I won't have any criticism! Let me know when they're finished and I will make sure to review them.
Re: -- Mara Ciacelli (talk) 19:20, 5 December 2013 (EST)
Thank you for your feedback! I just completed my units if you had time to take another look! I also commented on your project. My comment is under your discussion space on the Introduction page for your course.
You've done a nice job designing this mini-course.
To better guide the learner to this course, you may provide a brief definition of story map after "This mini-course will focus on story maps." Under "what will I learn", instead of listing the unit topics, you may list course-level ultimate objectives, which can be a list of some (or all??) of your unit-level objectives. I've added the unit topics to your unit list in the end of the front page.
Re: Instructor comments on your units -- Mara Ciacelli (talk) 13:49, 7 December 2013 (EST)
Thank you! I've made the modifications that you suggested (the definition of story maps and a list of objectives on the intro page). Please let me know if there is anything else that you spot that needs fixing or clarifying!