I love the diagrams used in your STaIR. It allows the teacher to see if the students truely understand the concepts. I was a bit nervous when I received a quiz question after the first slide, yet, I feel it made me focus more on the material. I've only have experience teaching middle school Social Studies for two years, therefore, I am no expert. Yet, majority of the slides seemed a little wordy. Although, speaking from experience, the tests are also wordy. I'm wondering if it would be a good idea to use visual representations in your multiple choice options (i.e. up & down arrows to represent increase and decrease). I really loved that a couple of the slides encouraged students to compared/contrast the diagrams to create a true statement about the diagrams.
This would be a great activity to incorporate active responses (clickers).