Basic Ohms Law StAIR
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alyse hydel (Teacher (K-12))
The technological aspects of the presentation seemed to work perfectly. The fact that help was included on each page that was incorrect will be useful to the students. I feel that although this is geared toward adults it could include some graphics, sound and/or video to make it a little more interesting. This would be also be beneficial to those that are visual learners. I know that at the college level there are many foreign students. Can this be set up where there is a tab for translation? The beginning includes a review of what they should already know which instructionally will help the students who could not remember the equations. The end slide should show that they have completed the task rather than linking back to the beginning to start again. The site took me around 10-12 minutes to view. I was just guessing at all of the responses but if a student was actually doing this activity and having to figure our equations I would imagine it would take a little longer.
Tracye henderson (Teacher (K-12))
This presentation was great it provides a step by step explanation of Basic Ohms Law. The target audience is for High School. The information seems appropriate for the age group, and is highlighted with key words. The appearance was good. You had a nice navigation flow. There were no broken links. The introduction prepared the students for what they were about to learn. There was some scaffolding utilized throughout the project. You followed the goal oriented design principles that focus on students understanding. There was a good quality of resources. The content seems useful for the students and it did not lack meaningful assessment.
The presentation showed well. You used nice sound and animations. Your hyperlinks was used effectively.
Allen Day (Faculty)
This presentation is designed as an additional learning tool for students that may be having difficulties learning Ohm's law.