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Stephanie, I really like your powerpoint its VERY informative. Its easy to read and understand. Great start!
 
Stephanie, I really like your powerpoint its VERY informative. Its easy to read and understand. Great start!
 
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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:'''
 
 
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Comments on mini -course -- Alicia Fernandez (talk) 20:45, 11 April 2014 (EDT)

Hi Stephanie,

Your PowerPoint is sleek and informative. The video was enlightening and helped me connect formative assessment to student engagement and motivation. The crossword puzzle is a great way to have learners assess their learning. Unfortunately, the puzzle would not open and it seems to refer to a file on your hard drive. Finally, I love that you promote the learning community concept by encouraging participants to seek feedback in the discussion area.

This is a great start. You have obviously worked hard on your presentation and I look forward to seeing the rest of your course in the coming weeks.

-- Samantha Schwartz (talk) 18:55, 13 April 2014 (EDT)

Stephanie, I really like your powerpoint its VERY informative. Its easy to read and understand. Great start!