April Garrett Chelsea Howard   Stacy HeadTyrone Jefferson
Product Evaluation• Our group chose to evaluate the programs  Kidspiration and Inspiration.• This presentation is intended...
Inspiration/Kidspiration      Created for K-5 learners,   Kidspiration develops thinking,  literacy and numeric skills usi...
Evaluation Results
Does this product allow for reinforcement?
Is there an observablechange in behavior during        learning?
Are new behaviors acquired  through the use of the        product?
Does the product provide corrective feedback?
Does learning result from the encoding of information intomemory in an organized manner?             #3
While using the product, is  the learner an active       participant?
Does the learner createmeaning from experiencewhen using this product?
Does the product allow formultiple representations of     new information?
Does the product allow for self-regulation and self-correction?
Does the product allow forvisual/pictorial processing?
Does the product allow forauditory/verbal processing?
Is the learner an active participant     while using the product?
Strengths
Weaknesses
Comments
Recommendations
We have presented theGood, the Bad, and the Uglyof Kidspiration/Inspiration.Our group recommends this e-learning product t...
download a free trial of Kidspiration/Inspiration… click on the link below andnavigate your way through. .    www.inspirat...
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This explores the positive and negative of Kidspiration. This presentation was designed as a group project for a graduate class at the Univ. of South Carolina. Views expressed are not necessarily those of USC. (sorry for the not-so-great audio...I have terrible allergies during the early spring!!)

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Kidspiration Presentation

  1. 1. April Garrett Chelsea Howard Stacy HeadTyrone Jefferson
  2. 2. Product Evaluation• Our group chose to evaluate the programs Kidspiration and Inspiration.• This presentation is intended to persuade our Technology Director to purchase the software.• In the following slides, we will give a description of the two products and the positive and negative aspects of the software.
  3. 3. Inspiration/Kidspiration Created for K-5 learners, Kidspiration develops thinking, literacy and numeric skills usingproven visual learning principles. In reading and writing, Kidspiration strengthens word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension andwritten expression. With new visualmath tools, students build reasoning and problem solving skills.
  4. 4. Evaluation Results
  5. 5. Does this product allow for reinforcement?
  6. 6. Is there an observablechange in behavior during learning?
  7. 7. Are new behaviors acquired through the use of the product?
  8. 8. Does the product provide corrective feedback?
  9. 9. Does learning result from the encoding of information intomemory in an organized manner? #3
  10. 10. While using the product, is the learner an active participant?
  11. 11. Does the learner createmeaning from experiencewhen using this product?
  12. 12. Does the product allow formultiple representations of new information?
  13. 13. Does the product allow for self-regulation and self-correction?
  14. 14. Does the product allow forvisual/pictorial processing?
  15. 15. Does the product allow forauditory/verbal processing?
  16. 16. Is the learner an active participant while using the product?
  17. 17. Strengths
  18. 18. Weaknesses
  19. 19. Comments
  20. 20. Recommendations
  21. 21. We have presented theGood, the Bad, and the Uglyof Kidspiration/Inspiration.Our group recommends this e-learning product to our Technology Director.
  22. 22. download a free trial of Kidspiration/Inspiration… click on the link below andnavigate your way through. . www.inspiration.com HAVE FUN!

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