2018 EDEXPO STATIONS Feedback
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Type of Assessment
Self-Assessment (B Ed students only)
Assessment of (choose carefully)
Station 01: Engaging elementary students in math
Station 02: Answering the Awkward Questions: Teaching Sexual Health/Education
Station 03: Supporting students with behavioural challenges
Station 04: Why is it important to expose students to nature?
Station 05: Boardgames in Education
Station 06: MAPping Intrinsic Motivation
Station 07: Brain Breaks
Station 08: Integrating Outdoor Education: Integrated Outdoor Education Programs
Station 09: Creators in the Classroom
Station 10: How does gender influence math performance
Station 11: Mindful Eating: Teaching Nutrition at School
Station 12: How does physical health impact students ability to learn
Station 13: What are the benefits of music and movement in early childhood education. How can they be integrated into the curriculum.
Station 14: How to incorporate First Nations content into various subject areas
Station 15: Incorporating Languages into the classroom
Station 16: Adaptive Expertise: The Teachable Moment
Station 17: Music as a Classroom Tool: Assisting with Recall/Inspiring Creativity
Station 18: Place-Based Learning in a Primary Classroom
Station 19: Fostering a classroom environment that supports and empowers introverted students
Station 20: Preventing Procrastination and Increasing Motivation
Station 21: STEM
Station 22: Happy Bodies, Happy Brains: The Benefits of Physical Activity on Student Mental Health
Station 23: What are some contributing factors to math anxiety?
Station 24: Building a living wall in the classroom
Station 25: Third term...now what
Station 26: Self-regulation strategies and activities in the classroom
Station 27: Impact of music education on childhood brain development
Station 28: Fostering Positive Classroom Relationships
Station 29: Art in Education
Station 30: Gamification
Station 31: Played Out
Was presentation/station extremely organized and well-prepared. Did it seem well-practiced and thought-through?
Smooth and obviously extremely well prepared.
Fairly smooth and well organized.
Some gaps and hitches that may have been avoided with more prep work.
Many organizational and implementation gaps that might have been avoided with more prep work.
Presenter made the participants feel very welcome and comfortable to be a participant. Presenter was very aware of the space and the participants.
Presenter greeted participants and attempted to make them feel comfortable. Presenter was somewhat aware of the space and the participants.
Presenter did not really greet participants and attempt to make them feel comfortable. Presenter demonstrated little awareness of the space and the participants.
Presenter did not greet participants or attempt to make them feel comfortable. Presenter demonstrated no awareness of the space and the participants.
Exceptional care and planning are evident in the appearance of the station. The station is visually well organized and striking.
Obvious care and planning are evident in the appearance of the station. The station is visually well organized and pleasing.
Some care and planning are evident in the appearance of the station. The station is pleasing but not visually well organized.
Little care and planning are evident in the appearance of the station. The station is not pleasing and not visually well organized.
Presentation is choreographed for transformational effect on the participants; it not only flows, but is highly engaging; participants are inspired.
Presentation is choreographed for effect on the participants, flows smoothly and is engaging. Clear efforts made to inspire.
Presentation is well-organized and runs fairly smoothly. Lacking here may be efforts to inspire and fully engage participants.
Presentation organization is loose and does not seem to be following a plan.
Presentation includes just the right quantity of content to intrigue and inspire, but not overwhelm. Additional content is provided in take-a-ways.
Presentation includes quite a bit of information for participants. Content is also provided in take-a-ways.
Attempts are made to provide the right quantity of content, but there may be a little too much or too little. Content is also provided in take-a-ways.
There is too much or too little content for presentation to be useful.
Presenter appears to be an expert in this area.
Presenter appears to be quite knowledgeable in this area.
Presenter appears to be fairly knowledgeable in this area, but there are some holes in understanding.
Presenter appears to have quite a few holes in her/his knowledgeable in this area.
General Comments (Two stars & a wish)
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