2018 EDEXPO PRESENTATIONS Feedback
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Type of Assessment
Self-Assessment (B Ed students only)
Assessment of (choose carefully)
Pres 01: A GeoC(r)ashe Course in Getting your Kids Outside!
Pres 02: Addressing Racial Diveristy in the Classroom
Pres 03: More than a Bystander
Pres 04: Anxiety/mental health
Pres 05: Experiential Learning
Pres 06: Cultivating the Curious Mind: Bringing Nature Back into the Classroom
Pres 07: Coding with Scratch
Pres 08: Connecting happiness to physical activity for females ages 9-99
Pres 10: How to Use Drama in the Classroom to build relationships and community.
Pres 11: Implimenting Positive Psychology and Positive Education in the classroom
Pres 12: Inclusion in the Classroom
Pres 13: Inquiry through play in a primary setting
Pres 14: Moved to Teach Teach to Move
Pres 15: Ontology of Technology
Pres 16: Positive Reinforcement in the Classroom
Pres 17: Robotics - Engineering
Pres 18: Tapping Into Mindfulness
Pres 19: Sexual Health Education
Pres 20: Socratic Circles
Pres 21: Stress Reduction in the Classroom: Mindfulness, Breathing, & Fitness
Pres 22: Teaching Games for Understanding
Pres 23: Why Should I Care? Teaching Children Real Life Applications of Math
Pres 24: Closing the Technology Gap
Pres 25: Taking MAKING into the classroom
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.
Participants made to feel very welcome and comfortable. 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 visual aspect of the presentation. Visual aids are pivotal and highly effective in helping participants absorb content.
Obvious care and planning are evident in the visual aspect of the presentation. Visual aids help participants to absorb content.
Some care and planning are evident in the visual aspect of the presentation.
Little care and planning are evident in the visual aspect of the presentation.
The nature of the presentation did not require visual aids.
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.
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