Talk:Using Visualizations to Teach Mathematics with Understanding (Spring 2015 Mini-Course)

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-- Bobbi Scirbona (talk) 23:03, 30 April 2015 (EDT)

Melissa,

I think you are off to an excellent start with your mini-course. One thing that I particularly liked was that you broke each unit into lessons, and those lessons each have their own page. This really helps to keep your pages uncluttered and easy to read and follow.

1. Learning outcomes (9/10) - The learning outcomes on your mini-course homepage clearly align with the overarching goals for participants to use visualizations to teach for deeper student understanding of mathematics. Unit level objectives are also clearly expressed and include an appropriate performance component. One thing that is unclear to me is