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This document is a STAIR Creation project, "Using Technology to Support Diverse Learners". It provides instructional steps for the student to understand the resources/tools available to use in an LMS platform.
I tought this was a fun and interesting persentation. I liked the intropective content. I was 30, 35, 35 though from the quiz. I really liked the quiz, but I wonder if the link could have been imbedded or something, I would have rather not had to leave the persentation, but totally worth it.
Some of the links at the end didn't work for me, but the distription of them gave me the idea of what they were for. and other then that the only thing I might have done different was add a little color. the white back ground can fade away into many classrooms and offices, maybe baige background, i don't know, sometimes it can help keep attention.
2 years ago
Well presented-ease of use is a 1. Many of the UDL prinicples were identified and incorporatedl. The expression part of the presentation was the most well developed. The engagement piece was basic and the proper amount of feedback provided.
A suggestion would be to add some higher level thinking activities which reflect some of the principles presented.
Some of the action buttons do not seem to be needed. The video was interesting and a proper addition to the presentation.