Difference between revisions of "Talk:Donna Kiesel Mini-Course"

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To be completely honest Donna, I can't figure out what your course is trying to teach. I see quite a few examples on homeopathy, but then it turns into a needs assessment. Maybe including some sort of introduction page like Jen and I have done may clarify this a little more.
 
To be completely honest Donna, I can't figure out what your course is trying to teach. I see quite a few examples on homeopathy, but then it turns into a needs assessment. Maybe including some sort of introduction page like Jen and I have done may clarify this a little more.
 
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'''What I like/What worked well:'''
 
 
'''* Intro:''' course title, clear info about what to expect in course, nice picture, clear headings for each lesson, effective links
 
 
'''* Lesson 1:''' nice image, bold headings, information chunked, good resources, relevant meaningful activities, easy navigation
 
 
'''What you might consider:'''
 
 
'''* Intro:'''
 
 
'''* Lesson 1:'''
 

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Good Start! -- Jennifer Slauson (talk) 16:27, 11 April 2014 (EDT)

(sorry I posted this in the lesson 1 section too)

What I like/What worked well: I liked how you started the first lesson off with a real life example, "Think about inviting a group..." I also liked that you asked questions to draw the learners attention.

What you might consider: Check spelling/grammar there are some things that should be plural that aren't for example that spell check may not catch. I would also add a few graphics if possible. Who doesn't like pictures? : ) I would also include links to all of your sources at the bottom of your first mini-course page like I have included on mine. Take a look if you are unsure of what I am talking about. I also didn't see any links on your first page. Is it possible to find something for the learner to read/watch/look at for their first lesson? (PowerPoint/Prezi)

Confused -- Galen Fellows (talk) 11:19, 12 April 2014 (EDT)

To be completely honest Donna, I can't figure out what your course is trying to teach. I see quite a few examples on homeopathy, but then it turns into a needs assessment. Maybe including some sort of introduction page like Jen and I have done may clarify this a little more.