North Union PBL Day 1 - Workshop evaluation form (Responses)
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TimestampAt which school do you teach (check all that apply)On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 5 (excellent), please rate the following for today's session. [Your comfort level and safety as a participant]On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 5 (excellent), please rate the following for today's session. [The quality of what you learned]On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 5 (excellent), please rate the following for today's session. [The amount of what you learned]On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 5 (excellent), please rate the following for today's session. [Your ability to interact with others]On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 5 (excellent), please rate the following for today's session. [Your overall experience]What did you like most about today?What suggestions do you have for improving what we did today?What additional supports will you need for successful implementation?What questions or concerns do you have as you leave today?Anything else you want to share with us?
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8/19/2013 10:31:57Middle school43233
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8/19/2013 10:32:19Middle school55555Organized infoOkTimeNoneNone
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8/19/2013 10:32:35Middle school33333
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8/19/2013 10:34:10Middle school44454Group collaboration was goodstep by step lessonsNoneNoneNo
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8/19/2013 10:34:58Middle school45545I liked the format...direct instruction, team talk
You kept things moving and I hope we can utilize
This in the ms
Support from admin.and colleaguesWhen can we implement this in ms?Valuable use of time! Would like more of this!
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8/19/2013 10:35:07Middle school44354I like thinking about learning in a different way.I would have liked more examples of driving questions, because it was difficult to write our own without much exposure to PBL.I don't know if we are doing this school-wide at the middle school. I teach music, so I would like to talk to music teachers who implement this.
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8/19/2013 10:35:24Middle school55555It applies to all curriculums. On task. Able to throw many ideas out. Personal opinion. Push more to multiple classes working together. Mainly just working and playing around with it. Able to work in groups to get good plan instead of just individually.
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8/19/2013 10:35:59Middle school55555The speed of the information and the time given to explore and create.See some examples of what PBL looks like in different classrooms.Above answer, but what it looks like in a math room specifically.What is the MS staff responsible for producing for you.I liked how you kept the group on task.
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8/19/2013 10:36:31Middle school44444Seeing different prospectives on student driven learning. I enjoyed learning different ways to keep students interest (more engaging driving questions).Possibly the use of a "road map" of how the process is currently working at schools using PBL.Collaboration with peer teachers, administration, and PBL staff. Resources when needed as well.Enjoyed learning about PBLs and the many examples you provided on the website.
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8/19/2013 10:44:32Middle school54455Practice after instructionI know you we're probably limited to a certain time limit, but for first exposure and knowledge of what we were going to do, it sometimes seemed overwhelming. Examples of smaller projects

Examples in action, including the role of teacher as facilator.
We have a teacher who assigns many projects but without much guidance and many times is busy work. He also jumps into anything he hears at staff development without planning and/or including all components. PBL could be good or bad for this teacher.
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8/19/2013 10:32:40High school, Middle school4445Good informationTime to play around with it and get a solid start.None yet.
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8/19/2013 10:35:59High school, Middle school35354Practicing writing driving questions! It can be used at so many levels and depths - something all teachers and classrooms should do almost daily.How do we get ideas for topics generated? Through students, teachers, classroom content?Tech help!Where do we go from here?Excellent! Thanks for your time!
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8/19/2013 10:31:10High school55555Resources! Buck Institute, etc. I like how the presenters modeled structure that can be used in a classroom and the technology used as resources (google docs with hyperlinks, shared spreadsheet with groups' summaries).Nothing!Perhaps a PLAEA wiki or google doc with a "go-to" resource page that can be interactive with other schools that use PBL.NoneYou rock! Congratulations Mike Anderson on landing one of the most exciting jobs at the AEA. Thank you Scott McLeod for continuing to be awesome!
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8/19/2013 10:32:29High school53253Time to work with the group and look over driving questiosn, write our thoughts, get into the material.Less of the "lecture" and more of the the work in groups.
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8/19/2013 10:32:37High school55555Examples and time to talk in groupsKeep the examples and ideas coming. Doing a task after hearing about it helps apply the skill
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8/19/2013 10:32:46High school55555Internet tools, the activity planner on the buck websiteContinued support from AEA tech integrationists
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8/19/2013 10:33:11High school44444The resources you provided to give us examples and help.I'm overwhelmed.
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8/19/2013 10:33:11High school54555Real life examplesMore access during future PD's before j-termHow to fill 45 hours of a j-term class with meanful material
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8/19/2013 10:33:15High school55555I liked that a few meaningful specific links were USED and provided. Often times many are given and they are just verbally discussed therefore forgotten. Continuous help along the way and time.
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8/19/2013 10:33:37High school43344Collaboration with peersMore time to work with teachers on planningActual schedule of J-term times
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8/19/2013 10:33:43High school44344Collaboration time
Background info
Lost of links for reference
Skip the Google DocTime
Use TQ money to fund time
Thanks
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8/19/2013 10:34:21High school45544We had chances to work on the examples with others.Have more time individually to work through beginning project ideas.Examples for several content areas.I'm concerned about aligning the project with national standards. I'm also concerned about fitting the new project ideas within the curriculum and schedule.
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8/19/2013 10:34:29High school55555Easy to follow
Fast moving
Smaller group 15-20 people
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8/19/2013 10:35:20High school54454I gained a better understanding of what is needed in creating a PBL project. I am excited to figure out what to do for my J-Term proposal.Things seemed to run pretty smoothly. Going and seeing this in action in a school would be great.How can I do this? Who can help me with my project formation?Thank you for coming!
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8/19/2013 10:35:32High school23233The presenters are very knowledgeable.My knowledge of the technology used is inadequate. I will need to work more to have an idea of how to make this work. Patience with me. I feel clueless about this area.I am not sure how to apply these ideas to my area. I have to think about that.I am a structured learner. This felt a little scattered.
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8/19/2013 10:35:53High school45555Loved the real life application process. It's nice to actually apply what we've discussed through examples you've supplied.
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8/19/2013 10:36:38High school54234Time to collaborate and discuss with colleagues.. Focus discussions on our J-term ideasPlanning support and further discussion with presentersTime...will we get time to prep...how much?None
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8/19/2013 10:37:36High school44434It was not hiGh pressure.Help with creating driving question.What I am going to for my project.It would be nice to set the deadline back with all the prep for the beginning of the year.
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8/19/2013 10:37:51High school45544The examples and resources that you gave us to go look at as we develop our ideas and j-term coursesYou did a great job keeping us on task and helping us to collaborate with each other. I learned how to make groups more accountable for each other.Hang in there with us as we learn how to make great projects for student learning!Development of that essential question!I appreciate your willingness to help me and be patient as I struggled! Thanks!
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8/19/2013 10:38:10High school44353Worked with nice group.NoneNoneIs our driving question project supposed to be the one we hope to use in our j term.In last year's presentation I asked you to send people to petfinder.com Hope you are.
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8/19/2013 10:38:21High school54444I like the idea of project based learning... now need to decide on project. Would like time to collaborate with others on what they are doing and deciding if we want to work together.n/ajust timenonen/a
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8/19/2013 10:40:22High school55454Positive attitude
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9/7/2013 7:29:36Middle school
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