Reading and Thinking About Dialogue Boxes
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Joe Matulis (Teacher (K-12))
Nice topic. Think before you click. This should help you out when you are teaching so you are not stuck with students loosing their work. I really like the fact that even if you get an answer right the program explains why you got it right. I also like the hints and clues you give students who get the question wrong. I like how you explain how each incorrect answer specifically is incorrect instead of just saying “Wrong” and sending the student back. The only suggestion I would make would be to make the questions shorter. It seemed like a lot to read on one slide. I like the screenshot pictures though.
Michelle Fairley (Teacher (K-12))
I really like this concept because I am constantly answering questions about how to save and helping, freaked out students that do not know where their work went. With this activity students are able to see examples without making changes to their own file. Depending on what age group this is being used with, a reduction in the amount of text on a page might be helpful, if it is used with older students it would work just fine. To help make it more accessible to students with learning differences an audio recording could be added that allows students to have the opportunity for a text to talk feature. Overall I think that this would be a very useful tool to use as a student teaching tool and student refresher.