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Source Reviewed:

www.survivethrive.on.ca

Audience:

beginning teachers in their first five years of professional practice

Topic:

General Interest

Description:

None

Strengths:

Relevance and Appropriateness:
-the website's content is relevant to my preservice teaching needs
-the web medium is easily accessible after clearing registration
-the content is timely and updated every month
Navigability:
The On-Line Conference Design is Easy to Navigate Around The Conference Site, as well as visually appealing
-navigation bars are provided to allow us to jump to different places within the site

Weaknesses:

Credibility:
The author of the site is not clearly indicated, yet in the evaluation one finds that it is a Federation site.
Accessibility:
Although the keynote addresses are available in audio, text format and video files, which you may view online at your leisure in some cases, PowerPoint presentations and other support files also accompany the presentations. Which means that to access keynote addresses at any time from the date specified onwards you will need Windows Media Player to view or hear all of the new presentations. The PowerPoint files require PowerPoint Viewer. Yet all of these applications can be downloaded for free by clicking on hotlinks


Comments:

I would recommend this site to to other elementary preservice teachers, because this is a valuable resource for those preservice teachers dealing with everyday teacher issues such as
literacy, working with parents and families, professional issues, classroom management, special education, assessment and reporting and managing stress.


Your Recommendations:

None

Submitted by: Dwayne Tyson

 

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