Talk:Benefits of Implementing Glogster into your Curriculum

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Mini-Course Feedback -- Kathryn Kaufman (talk) 20:00, 2 May 2015 (EDT)

Hi Brent,

  I am very interested in completing your course. After looking at your first unit, I wanted to elicit the following feedback.

Things that work well.
1) I love the auditory learning video. I think it is great. The mixture of the reading and the video make your course very exciting.
2) I think your pictures are very colorful and inviting and I think that your message is clear.

Things I noticed: (I am sorry- I'm an English teacher)
1) In your second objective, you used the word "suites" when I believe you meant "suits"
2) In your introduction, you made a few typos with "courses," "type," and "learns"- You may want to reread your introduction again to maintain the flow throughout the wording

Have you considered?
1) If you look at the common mistakes section of the wiki feedback, Deb mentions that a page should only take about three scrolls to get to the bottom. I was wondering if you thought about separating your pages so that each unit opens separately. At first this was difficult for me to figure out, but once I did it was pretty easy. It just makes each section its own entity and I am concerned that once you complete all of your units, you will have a very long page.

2) I also think that the first unit should reflect a bit more on why learning styles are connected to Glogster. Even one additional mention about what glogster could do for each learning style at the end of each section may be helpful for your participants to see the connection between the first unit and your course title.

3) I know that you have your students writing their reflections in a word document. Have you considered having students share that document on your discussion page so that you can give formative assessment along the way or have your participants collaborate?

Overall, I think this is a wonderful idea. I look forward to seeing the final product.

I hope I was of some help.

~Kathryn