Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Final Presentation

Click here to view my final presentation.  I have summarized my research regarding using supplementary materials to enhance teaching and learning of Science concepts. 

6 comments:

  1. Nice job! I did not get a chance to read any of your blogs along the way, but this presentation was very interesting. I thought the slide about questions to ask yourself before selecting a book was helpful. The questions are something I want to remember for future lesson planning. I liked how you gave the links to all your blogs, very helpful!

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  2. Hi, I liked the way you organized your power point. Your slides were well stated and the information is helpful and useful. I liked the way you summarized your blogs.

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  3. Lindsay,
    I liked how you put together your presentation. It was very well organized and you could tell you knew your stuff! The links that you put in were nice also, and I thought it was great that you restated your blogs at the end!

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  4. Very nice job on your PowerPoint like presentation. I liked how you incorporated some sites into your slides for us to refer to. The red links were a little harsh on my eyes on the blue background, but it wasn't impossible to read or understand they were links.
    Really great job, I understood what you've been researching during the last few months.

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  5. This presentation was very well laid out! I never got to comment on your blogs before and I easy could pick up on what the purpose of your blogs were! I think supplementary aids are very beneficial in classrooms if used in the correct way! You give great points about how to integrate aids into the classroom, thank you!

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  6. I think this was a very good presentation. This presentation gives very relevant information on how to aide in teaching using different materials and resources. It is important to show children that there are many different ways to learn whether it is through art, literature, or field experiences. Thanks for the great information!

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