Susan Macsotai

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Recent Posts by Susan

Thu May 07, 2015 9:57 AM in Scipack
Take some notes while you read. That seems to help. Also do all the labs and activities included they do make a difference. Hope that helps

Thu Apr 23, 2015 12:55 PM in Formative Questions
I try to follow Blooms taxonomy when formulating questions. I also use the What, Then What, So What technique. In other words I start with an easy question and build on the questions. There are several benefits to this process. It challenges the higher end students and it allows you to pinpoint where in the concepts the students are struggling. If you simply start with the high end questions ...

Thu Apr 23, 2015 12:55 PM in Formative Questions
I try to follow Blooms taxonomy when formulating questions. I also use the What, Then What, So What technique. In other words I start with an easy question and build on the questions. There are several benefits to this process. It challenges the higher end students and it allows you to pinpoint where in the concepts the students are struggling. If you simply start with the high end questions ...