Brownie Grade Level Training Quiz and Evaluation
Complete this quiz to receive credit for Brownie Grade Level training for Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Address, City, State and Zip Code
Service Unit Number
List the prevention and intervention you listed on page 6 for the characteristic “Has difficulty understanding her limits.”
Define "girl-adult partnership"
What is a Brownie Ring? How can it be used in a troop meeting?
What is a Kaper Chart? What are some helpful tasks you could assign the girls?
What do the girls learn when they do the job themselves?
What are the four awards available for the Brownie Girl Scout Journey: Brownie Quest?
What are the four awards available for the Brownie Girl Scout Journey: Wow! Wonders of Water?
List one ceremony you will plan with the girls.
How will you involve girls in troop finances?
Name two low/no cost activities.
Where can you get copies of necessary forms?
CONGRATULATIONS! You have completed Brownie Grade Level Training Part 1!
CONGRATULATIONS! You have completed step one in taking Brownie Grade Level Blended Learning Home-study. Now you are ready for the next step in Brownie grade level blended learning training. Step two: Through Personify on the GSOSW home page, please register for a “Brownie Learning Conference Call”, a trainer guided discussion with other Brownie adult volunteers. This will give you the opportunity to talk about what you have just learned and answer any questions you may have. This call is not optional. You must complete the preceding home-study, the quiz, evaluation and the conference call to receive credit for this Brownie home-study course. Find a list of upcoming conference calls here: http://gsusa.ebiz.uapps.net/vp/SearchResults.aspx?Search=blended+learning+call Additional Training Information When you want to start to take your girls on outings, the course “Girls on the Move”, it is your next step in training. “Girls on the Move” is required before you can take your girls on a field trip outside of the regular meeting day/time and teaches adults to prepare girls for new adventures. Go step-by-step through the thinking and planning involved in short field trips, daytime outdoor activities and indoor overnights (please see Council Volunteer Policies & Procedures for additional information). First Aid and CPR certification is also required for certain activities so be sure to consult the document entitled Safety Activity Checkpoints located on our website. For course information on both, visit our website training page http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/adults/voltraining/training Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington is dedicated to providing high quality training. We want to be sure that we are meeting your needs. Please tell us what you think in the following training evaluation. Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington is dedicated to providing high quality training. We want to be sure that we are meeting your needs. Please tell us what you think in the following training evaluation.
Please rate the course on the following characteristics.
Course met its stated objectives
Course met my personal expectations/needs
After taking this course, I feel more prepared for my Girl Scout position
Overall course rating
What was the most useful part of the course?
What other changes or additions would have made the training more valuable?
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