LInC ACT I Evaluation Form

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1. Overall rating of the course:  

2. Facilitator(s) modeled engaged learning teaching techniques  

3. What were the most important things you learned by participating in the course?


4. What were the major strengths of the program for you? What activities or learning experiences helped you most to incorporate engaged learning and effective technology integration while implementing your project with students?


5. What were the major weaknesses or problems? If we had to drop one or two activities from the course, which ones would you suggest?


6. What solutions or improvements would you suggest? Consider Project Journal Reflections, Future Action Plan, project sharing sessions, creating the Project Journal rubric, facilitator feedback/conferences, Instruction on assessment/writing rubrics for students, and class materials/readings.


7. What could we add to the course to support you better in field-testing your technology-supported engaged learning project with students and developing your project materials?


8. Did your project reflections and Future Action Plan help you improve your project?


9. Did you find the bulletin board software easy or hard to learn and use? (besides the problem with Explorer on a Mac, which would have been a problem with any bulletin board software)


10. How many hours per week did you spend on this class (not including Monday 6-8:15 PM chat time and time with your students during the normal school day)?


11. What advice would you give to next year's participants about the class, developing a technology-supported engaged learning project, and/or field-testing it with students?


12. What was the most challenging aspect of implementing the project with your students?


13. What was the most rewarding aspect of implementing the project with your students?

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Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Fermilab Friends for Science Education, and funded by United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National Science Foundation.

Authors: Laura Mengel
Created: April 15, 1998 - Updated: November 2005