Talk:Wikieducator tutorial/Pedagogical Templates
Helena - thats a good audio. --Mackiwg 01:05, 9 February 2007 (CET)
Hi Helena, In the first sentence you mention that you briefly discussed templates in the previous tutorial. What tutorial is it? Maybe we could link to it? Cheers Rob Kruhly 09:10, 4 September 2007 (CEST)
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iDevices sounds like parts for something Steve Jobs built. I know us educators like to invent words even more than geologists do, but that's a word that seems much more confusing than helpful. I'm going to stick with pedagogical templates, which is lengthier but descriptive and makes sense.
Just a comment: The first sentence of this tutorial got me confused as a learner as it states that in the previous tutorial I should have learned about navigational aids. I do not recall anything about navigational aids in tutorial 8: Communication and Interaction, which I am assuming was the previous.
So, here are my suggestions:
- Use in tutorial <tutorial number> as opposed to in the previous tutorial as learners could be coming to these tutorials from different pages.
- Use some sort of a recall element, like: In the newby tutorials you learned that a navigational aid is......