What Time is It/ Mr. Clock
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Tracye henderson (Teacher (K-12))
I thought the overall presentation was nice. The appearance was exciting for the age level of the students. I felt it did lack content instruction. It seemed to be more of a lesson instead of a tutorial to instruct them how to do an activity. The sound was captivating. The actual lesson was very good. You did follow some of the UDL principles which are great. There was clarity of the evaluation. It had a good navigation flow. There were no broken links. Based on the TPACK model, there was some background knowledge that the students had to use.
The Slide show presentation showed well. The interactive clocks are a good way to captivate the audience. You used great sound and animation.
Allen Day (Faculty)
This presentation is a effective way to reinforce analog and digital time reading. The presentation is short, but contains a number of exercises that reinforce time concepts. This presentation is best used as a building block for continued learning, because the fundamentals of time keeping are not explained in detail.
Everything works. The file submitted is the actual PowerPoint presentation which can be edited. This file may need to be saved as a show before handing it over to students. This will require appropriate software.