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# StAIR - Mungry is Hungry for Excel

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## StAIR - Mungry is Hungry for Excel

This is a Stand-Alone Instructional Resource (StAIR) project which integrates skills in math (simple math operations, tables, and charts), reading (poetry), and technology (computer use, video embedding, Excel2007 with macros, and PowerPoint2007).Its interactive features enable the learner to: - navigate to the different pages of the presentation.- open an Excel workbook that allows the user to learn the skills in using tables and charts. - take a short quiz on applying the skills learned to... More
Material Type: Presentation
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: March 01, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 09, 2011
Keywords: math, charts, macros, stair, excel, poetry, powerpoint, spreadsheet, data representation

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## Discussion for StAIR - Mungry is Hungry for Excel

4 years ago

### Colin Gallagher (Teacher (K-12))

Wow what a great interdisciplinary activity! And a mighty undertaking to link Excel, video and Powerpoint.

Unfortunately for me, the video did not work within the slideshow and  some arrows were very slow to respond to my clicking.

The Excel worksheet was excellent and really adhered to UDL principles. There were muliple means of representation and the layout was clear for the learner to progress to the next question. Having the hint and the poem beside the questions was another useful means of reinforcing the poem that the students had read and the hint differentiated for the lower skill learners.

Design wise I though the Powerpoint was a little word heavy at the start. I think I'm confused that the Powerpoint was mainly geared towards the teacher and not the student..?

Overall an intriguing activity that really drove the student along a learning track where they could self direct their progress.

Technical Remarks:

Video issue and slow response to arrow clicking (may be my computer!)

Time spent reviewing site: 40 minutes

4 years ago

### Maria &#34;Kit&#34; Fishell (Faculty)

TECHNICAL REMARKS:

1. Please take note that you will be downloading a zipped file which contains a folder with three files: PowerPoint show, Hungry Mungry movie, and the Excel workbook with macros.

2. Extract/unzip the mfishell_HungryMungry folder from the zipped file and save it on your computer or desktop.

3. Please do not open the PowerPoint show in the zipped folder. If you do, the show will not link to the Excel table nor will link back to the show.

4. Open the PowerPoint show from the extracted/unzipped folder saved on your desktop or computer.

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4 years ago

Maria,

Sincerely,

Ethan Fahy

4 years ago

### Melissa White (Faculty)

This is  great presentation!

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