The Educational Environment of the Future
Engaged Learning
Course Evaluation

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Please rate the course you have just completed by marking the scale according to your perceptions of this professional development activity.

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Course Content


Subject matter was presented in an organized, understandable manner.


Skills were presented at an appropriate proficiency level.


Participants were given ample time to practice the skills and concepts presented.


Course handouts and web sites were relevant and will be useful in the future.


The relevancy of this course to NETS and ISBE teaching standards was clear.




Facilitators were knowledgeable with regard to the subject matter being taught.


Facilitators' teaching styles were conducive to learning.


The facilitators modeled the concepts, which were taught.


Facilitators were available during class meetings to provide guidance and assistance, when needed.


Facilitators made themselves available outside of class to respond to questions, discussions, e-mail and chats in a timely manner.


Use of Technology


Technology was available in sufficient amounts to enhance the course curriculum.


Available technology was in working order when needed.


Use of technology was critical to the success of the course.


Computer skills necessary for the course were taught on a "just-in-time" basis, either to the entire class or one-on-one as needed.




The classroom facility contained appropriate furnishings for course activities


Facility climate was conducive to learning.


How will the skills that you have learned in this course change the way you approach your teaching assignment in the future?


The best features of this course were:


Suggestions for improvement of the course include:




Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office and Friends of Fermilab, 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.

Author(s): Barbara Holdiman, Gina Keifer, and Lucianne Sweder
Lincoln-Way High School District 210, New Lenox, IL
Lockport High School District 205, Lockport, IL
Professional Development Alliance/Regional Office of Education for Will and Grundy/Kendall Counties, Joliet, IL
Learning Technology Center One South, Joliet, IL
Created: February 25, 2001 - Updated: March 31, 2001