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== Instructor comments on your objectives and ICM -- [[User:Jianwei Zhang|Jianwei Zhang]] ([[User talk:Jianwei Zhang|talk]]) 14:50, 16 April 2013 (EDT) ==
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I'm pleased to see your efficient work on this new topic: Character education. The outcomes, objectives look clear. The task analysis and ICM will inform and guide your whole mini-course productively. Two suggestions:
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- Take a critical look at the activities you planned for each unit to make sure the activities address/align with the objectives. For example, your unit 2's objective is about principles of character education, but your activities focus on "Reflection: What is good character? What do you think about the importance of Character Education?"
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- Refine some of the objectives: Your last unit's objective can be more specific: "Learners will be able propose their scheme to implement children literature to access character education."
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== Instructor comments on your objectives and ICM -- [[User:Jianwei Zhang|Jianwei Zhang]] ([[User talk:Jianwei Zhang|talk]]) 14:50, 16 April 2013 (EDT) ==
 
== Instructor comments on your objectives and ICM -- [[User:Jianwei Zhang|Jianwei Zhang]] ([[User talk:Jianwei Zhang|talk]]) 14:50, 16 April 2013 (EDT) ==
  

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Instructor comments on your objectives and ICM -- Jianwei Zhang (talk) 14:50, 16 April 2013 (EDT)

I'm pleased to see your efficient work on this new topic: Character education. The outcomes, objectives look clear. The task analysis and ICM will inform and guide your whole mini-course productively. Two suggestions:


- Take a critical look at the activities you planned for each unit to make sure the activities address/align with the objectives. For example, your unit 2's objective is about principles of character education, but your activities focus on "Reflection: What is good character? What do you think about the importance of Character Education?"



- Refine some of the objectives: Your last unit's objective can be more specific: "Learners will be able propose their scheme to implement children literature to access character education."

Instructor comments on your objectives and ICM -- Jianwei Zhang (talk) 14:50, 16 April 2013 (EDT)

I'm pleased to see your efficient work on this new topic: Character education. The outcomes, objectives look clear. The task analysis and ICM will inform and guide your whole mini-course productively. Two suggestions:


- Take a critical look at the activities you planned for each unit to make sure the activities address/align with the objectives. For example, your unit 2's objective is about principles of character education, but your activities focus on "Reflection: What is good character? What do you think about the importance of Character Education?"



- Refine some of the objectives: Your last unit's objective can be more specific: "Learners will be able propose their scheme to implement children literature to access character education."