What stood out to you in this chapter about highlighting and improving? What about the examples they suggested on pages 179 and 180 to help students highlight the strengths and weaknesses of their products or the 20-minute peer feedback process? Or the story about Mount Vernon Presbyterian School?
Next week we will finish up the book club by reading and discussing chapter 10, "It's Time to Launch."
If you have not already done so, register for the book club by completing this registration form.
This is how we get your contact information so we can send your PGP
documentation at the end of the book club. If you're not sure if you did
register, I would suggest registering again. Please note -- even if
registered for and participated in another eLearning book club in the
past, you will still need to register for this one. I will send out PGPs around April 19th, so please have all your comments made by the 18th. If you would like, connect to other people reading this book on Twitter using the hashtag #launchbook.