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Discussion for Amazing Adverbs
Erin Michalak (Teacher (K-12))
Feedback for STAIR Heather Bradlee-Amazing Adverbs Quality of Content The lesson presented in this STAIR had very accurate and clear information. It was easy to see what the main goal of the STAIR was- Adverbs. The examples provided supported the lesson well. The feedback was clear and direct to the question that was given. This STAIR would definitely help support middle school Language Arts. Potential Effectiveness as a Teacher-Learning Tool Based on what I could see from doing the STAIR myself this would be a very effective tool for a teacher. In presenting the questions to the students you started with the easier questions and gradually worked up to the harder ones. The explanations to the answers were clear and accurate. It was just long enough to keep the students involved and get an accurate idea of where they may need further teaching. Ease of Use This STAIR was very easy to use. The buttons were easily accessible and it was clear what the user needed to do. All of the links worked and directed you to the correct slides. Nice Job!
Cheryl Butler (Student)
The lesson provides helpful instruction on identifying adverbs.
This StAIR was very visually appealing. The feedback provided was very encouraging and very valuable. Correct and incorrect feedback encouraged the user to move on.
The star buttons are cute, but I found myself wanting to click on the answer vs. the button; maybe additional transparent buttons over the answers.
There is a lot of text. There is good information but for non-readers or visual learners, it is a lot of information. Even breaking it up w/ animations would be helpful to the users.
Heather Bradlee (Teacher (K-12))
This can be used on the SMART Board, or in a computer lab.