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Teacher Feedback Process
If you have questions, please contact Suzanne Alejandre.
- Who will be giving feedback?
- Classroom teachers from Philadelphia, PA or Trenton, NJ will be giving feedback on your projects.
- What's the timeline?
- The teachers are completing a Teacher Feedback Module this week and will be ready to start giving you feedback on Tuesday, March 28. I will ask them to complete the feedback to you by Monday, April 3.
- What will the teachers look for?
- They will focus on the educational value of your game. The Teacher Feedback Module that they are working this week has these sections:
- First Impressions?
- Where's the Math?
- What Did They Learn?
- What's the Feedback?
- It is likely that they will base some of their comments on the recent experience they have had with the module.
- How will feedback be given?
- The teachers will login to GORP and will use the "Add feedback" link on these sections that each of you completes:
Description: write a general description of your final project.
URL: add the URL to the web page where the teacher can view the AgentSheets Java applet.
- TEACHING AND LEARNING
Learning Objectives - fill in but don't be pedantic about it. Just write about the learning that you want students to have using your game.
Activities - leave blank
Assessment - fill in by explaining how a teacher would know if a student is learning from your game.
Teaching Approach or Method - this could be the "promoting learning" area
- TECHNOLOGY - leave blank
CONTEXT - leave blank
DESIGN - leave blank
Cognitive Task Analysis - leave blank
Fun Analysis - fill in
Learning Analysis - leave blank
- Can we talk to the teachers?
- Yes. I've made a discussion thread on the Math Forum. It's a private discussion. Just send me email and I'll set up an account for you.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0205625.
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