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Stair Design on Environmental Science

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Used in course
Submitted by: Julie Heintz (Teacher (K-12)), Dec 08, 2011

I thought this was a great quiz!  (I could be biased because I'm a science teacher!)  It was very interactive, and could be used in a group setting or individually to review and/or vocab terms.  It could also be posted on a website for students to access when they're not in school.  You might be able to add some little videos into the presentation if they got a term wrong to help clarify, or maybe add a voiceover to read the different definitions for students whose reading skills aren't as strong or who are auditory learners.  I definitely thought it did a great job with including UDL because it showed how new information could be presented to students, how students could interact with the information, and could hopefully motivate students to learn more about the different habitats and ecosystems around them.

Technical Remarks:

During the presentation, I had a few problems with the slides advancing too quickly and jumping around, but that could be a problem with Keynote, which was the application where I opened it.

Time spent reviewing site: ~20 minutes