Thursday, May 22, 2014

Working on the Weekend


*Please full screen the POWTOON video because otherwise you won't be able to read everything

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4 comments:

  1. I liked your title because who works during the weekend, and if so how much, that made me curious. The background music unfocussed me a little bit, but it did keep me engaged. I liked your analysis, but adding on don't you think that teachers should also look at the ones who spent 0 hours on homework or 9 hours on homework?

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  2. Maybe you could put Working On Weekends... I liked the music expect it was a little too laud that I got a bit distracted. Some slides were a little to fast for me to read everything and look at the image. I think the same as you. :)

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  3. Thank you Edmond! That's a great tip, I can change that, to add some follow up questions for the 0 hours people. The highest number of hours though, was 5+, so I can't really work with 9+, if you know what I mean. Thanks for watching my video! :)

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  4. Nice work and very engaging video. I particularly like the followup questions that you came up with. They are clearly based on good Analysis of the data. good use of the misleading graph as well. Congrats on a solid presentation!

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