Reflection: Online Resources Does McDonalds Have a Farm? (2 of 2) - Section 3: EVALUATE: Problem set


CK-12 is an edtech company I worked with this year as an evaluator.  I used the product in my classroom and provide feedback about my experience.  One particularly valuable quality of the CK-12 product line, is the ability to assigns multiple choice "check for understanding" questions across a broad range of content areas.  For this particular assessment I leveraged this functionality to provide my students with a wider range of multiple choice questions.  A feature that I really like is that CK-12 pushes resources to students that will help them correctly answer a question.  This is a company that appears to believe the idea that feedback that stops at a percentage correct is not very effective.

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Does McDonalds Have a Farm? (2 of 2)

Unit 5: Food (biosphere and geosphere)
Lesson 12 of 24

Objective: Students will be able to 1) publicly communicate key ideas of industrial agriculture's impact on the health of the environment; 2) demonstrate proficient understanding of concepts related to industrial agricultural and environmental health through a problem set style assessment

Big Idea: Much of what we eat comes from a “food industrial complex.” How might we define the costs and benefits of this system through comparison of agricultural techniques?

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