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This video lesson includes a description of nuclear energy production. Students learn the basic functions of a nuclear reactor and the pros and cons of nuclear energy.The video includes quiz questions. If the question is answered incorrectly, they are automatically sent to the part in the video that explains that concept. The video...
This video lesson includes a description of nuclear energy production. Students learn the basic functions of a nuclear reactor and the pros and cons of nuclear energy.
The video includes quiz questions. If the question is answered incorrectly, they are automatically sent to the part in the video that explains that concept. The video also includes closed captioning.
The lesson is clear and relatively easy to follow. The voice narration was a different way of representing the material. The use of the video can be engaging and motivating as well. This resource was basically like a classroom presentation. The quizzes simply showed up at various points. An introduction to the video and some guide to when the quizzes were going to appear might make the flow better. Is it possible to enforce students to follow through the video without jumping ahead? I was able to skip the quizzes while watching. Will students be able to do that too? Just something to think about.
Quizzes showed up at various points.
Time spent reviewing site:
1 year ago
Things well done:
The narration was a nice use of UDL principals.
It was a good use of the CC! I have not seen that option in a moodle presentation before.
I like the use of the video.
Good idea to try to get quiz checks within the video.
Things that could be added/corrected:
The quizzes popped up during random times (in the middle of a sentence)
Once I took a quiz, the video would not start over again.
I could not make the video larger, so it was hard to see the power point presentation.
It was kind of dry, just talking over a powerpoint. (not much different than a lecture, but with some use of technology)
Nice use of the video!
I couldn't get back to the video sometimes when the quiz was done.
The quizzes were kind of jumpy (the didn't make sense for the part of the video I was on)
However, sometimes at random times of the video, while you were talking, the quiz would pop up.