Grade Book Lesson Plan
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Kendra Voris (Staff)
I think your lesson plan will be a great addition to online courses. It will hopefully create a more effective environment for students and instructors where they will be able to communicate better. I like that you added they will be gaining other knowledge from this lesson plan like learning about screencasts and Google Docs.
Dale Wegienka (IT Tech)
Ease of use –
The Lesson Plan was very easy to follow and shows that you put thought into how to implement the plan.
What you did well –
I think that you did a good job of explaining your objective.
What you could add to make the resource more useful –
I think that you resource is good how it is.
Nathan Walker (Teacher (K-12))
I really like the objective of this lesson. The grade book is one of the most important tools of communication between a student and a teacher. I guess my only question is how exactly you intend to set up the grading system using Google docs. I think for this resource to be most useful on MERLOT, a little more detail about the structure of the grade book is needed. Obviously I know what you mean when you say “based on the google docs grade book we currently use in CEP 811,” but all users might not. Just a thought; thanks for sharing this resource.