Overall this STAIR was very easy to follow. I liked that you could choose the path you wanted to take and I did not feel that is was overwhelming because it only had the three choices. One problem I had right away was with the prior knowledge question. If you clicked either "yes" or "no" for your answer, it said you were correct and took you to the same slide. The purpose and objectives were stated at the begining, which I thought was nice to inform students what they would be learning about. I also thought the scenarios were great examples to tie in the real world. This STAIR contained mostly text and although it was nicely organized I thought it was too much. When answering questions in the STAIR slides it gave feedback right away and provided help if you chose the wrong answer. I also liked that in the Quizlet there was both multiple choice and written response questions. I did not like that there was no information provided to help if you choose an incorrect answer. I would think that because of all the information provided in the STAIR, it would be hard to answer the questions in the Quizlet correctly.