November 13, 2016 at 10:03 pm
Slide 6 and 9 both say something is THE enemy of curiosity. Fear feels more powerful of a statement, so perhaps state “Ignoring ignorance..” in other terms.
I like the icons to explain your project, but I also think you need to write out your proposal statement for the audience. It will be good to go back to when they start talking and asking you questions.
Some questions for you to prepare answers to (though may not need to be addressed in your presentation):
1. What age group do you want to reach? Will it be a range?
2. Is this only usable in groups with a facilitator or can individual school-age children use this?
3. It will be designed for use outside the classroom, but could it be adopted by teachers to supplement their curriculum?
November 14, 2016 at 2:18 am
Thanks for the feedback!! I’ve just updated my pdf so that it reflects the changes you’ve suggested.
November 13, 2016 at 10:20 pm
I like your visuals and icons. They are simple yet informative. I thought the different reasons for why people don’t ask questions was interesting and thought that talking about how the internet has affected questioning, good and bad, was insightful. I noticed that you talk about your project proposal in a few different ways throughout the presentation which I think is good but it would also be helpful to see it written out.
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