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This is a Stand Alone Instructinal Resource (StAIR) designed to teach and test students on their understanding of different triangle classifications. It could be used as initial instruction, or as an effective review tool at the end of a unit/lesson on triangle classification.
This is very easy to follow and very informative! I also think that the multiple review opportunities that you provide is definitely helpful to learners.
I really liked the sliderocket program you used, as it was very easy to navigate.
The only suggestion you may consider would be to include more audio.
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45 weeks ago
Your StAIR looks great source for students to learn the triangles, especially for 2nd or 3rd graders. The explanation was very clear and easy to understand. When considering its audiences, this instruction would be better to understand to have less words rather than to explain the concepts in full sentence.
Using sliderocket to present your lesson is fabulous with a brief instruction on bottom of presentation. With the icon for next slide other than simply clicking anywhere in slide would suggest more polished look because there is "BACK TO QUIZ' button.