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ASH EDU 644 Week 3 DQ 1 Website Sharing
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EDU 644 Week 3 DQ 1 Website Sharing and Feedback
This discussion provides an opportunity for you to participate in reciprocal feedback
regarding the website created in the Week Two Assignment. The feedback you give
and receive will support enhancements to your website as you continue to develop it
throughout the course leading up to the final evaluation in Week Six. Review the
Week Three Instructor Guidance for further details about participating in this
Initial Post: Create an initial post that includes a link to your website created for the
Week Two Assignment and that addresses the following:
a. Discuss your experience creating the website. Note any challenges you
experienced and how you overcame them.
b. Share something that you learned while constructing your own website and
discuss what you have enjoyed or disliked most about the process of creating the
website thus far.
c. Reflecting on what your finished website will look like, describe your vision for
the website’s design and content and how you can potentially use this as a personal
resource or in your current or anticipated professional practice.
Guided Response: Respond to a minimum of two peers. Make an effort to respond to
two peers that you didn’t engage with in the previous discussions. In responses,
provide feedback to your peers about their website’s design and their working
definition of at-risk. Additionally, provide constructive recommendations for how
your peers can enhance their websites and definitions to meet the expectations for
the final submission in Week Six. Though two replies is the basic expectation, for
deeper engagement and learning you are encouraged to provide responses to any
comments or questions others have given to you.