Too often, we're expecting students to learn material without asking them to do much of anything with it. Why is this a problem? Where did it come from? And how can we fix it?
Type of Material:
For teachers (specific examples for K12)
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The main goal is to help solve problems in teaching in different ways, with simple, elementary and efficient solutions.
Target Student Population:
Middle School, High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional, Grade School
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Good collection of ideas
The organization of knowledge is not adequate. The content is appropriate but incomplete.
Unfortunately falls victim to doing what the author says not to do. There is only reading.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Well documented ideas, but you have to read them.
It is not easy to identify teaching-learning objectives and the uses of the materials. The conceptual understanding is random and without validating with references.
If you want to present a new concept, you need to demonstrate it.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
There are no clear and precise instructions for use. The design of the site is pleasant in terms of shapes, colors, typography, however, it is not consistent or consistent. It is not easy to navigate.
Other Issues and Comments:
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