2014-8-12 Workshop evaluation - Pocahontas CSD trudacot (Responses)
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TimestampOn 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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8/12/2014 9:41:4243333interacting with my peers
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8/12/2014 9:41:5432122working with other staff
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8/12/2014 9:42:2855555Learning what Trudacot is and how to use it
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8/12/2014 9:42:4344354hearing other peoples ideasI would like an ipad
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8/12/2014 9:42:5144454The ability to collaborate with peers.Time to work and more collaboration time to help brainstorm ideas.
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8/12/2014 9:42:5854444I liked the relaxed atmosphere and Scott's teaching techniques.After we filled out the form about our lessons, I would have liked to meet with other people that were working with similar parts of the Trudacot. NoneNoneNone
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8/12/2014 9:43:0055354Having the format of questions to use to evaluate and change lessons.Information and ways to change the answers of the questions mentioned above.Being able to find this information later in the year.
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8/12/2014 9:43:0845454small groups, and the personalizing with our own lessonn/atime, more practiceno questionsn/a
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8/12/2014 9:43:2344454Working together in small groups discussing how we were incorporating technology into our unit/lesson.None.
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8/12/2014 9:43:2444455Collaborative time with staff to improve lessons which, in turn, will benefit our students!!!Maybe a chance to evaluate another one of the video lessons if time allows.Practice
Additional Collaboration Time
I just want to make sure that my use of technology is thoughtful.Thank you....good session.
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8/12/2014 9:43:2643243I feel like the students are not leaning enough of the basic knowledge and "regurgitation" at a younger age to apply the critical thinking model we want to achieve as educators at the high school level and beyod
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8/12/2014 9:43:5045455Talking to priors.Need more sessions like this.It is quite time consuming.
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8/12/2014 9:43:5333343Being able to collaborate with others and see what they are doing in their classes. Very interesting stuff!Allow us to have a better idea of what type of lesson we need to bring and perhaps complete the form ahead of time to save time with the "administrative" part and get more into the actual work.Time.Will I be successful?Thank you for taking time to work with us on this project.
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8/12/2014 9:44:0944444The lesson plansNoneOKNone
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8/12/2014 9:44:2345555applying the Trudacot to my own lesson.... great to practice with a small group dealing with my own subject matternone reallyif you continue to add to your question list, that would be nice to see your updated versionsnone that I can think of.... I feel it's 'do-able' to apply parts of this throughout the yearwas great to be exposed to this in the spring.... with this follow-up, I feel like I can start to apply what we've learned.....
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8/12/2014 9:44:3544444Good conversations, good info about google forms and using trudacot to improve lesson plans.
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8/12/2014 9:44:4755555Doing a lesson in trudacot all together, then applying it to our own lessons. Chance to really dig in and think. Less introductory remarks...lost me just a little this morning. More examples of trudacot being used-sometimes it's tough to find a way to make it better-often it's already really good!Worry that we might be asked to use this as a checklist...thankful that it was mentioned that it is NOT to be used as such, but not sure we'll be asked to use it that way. The entire thing seems very daunting, until you realize that it's not meant to be used in it's entirety every time. Whew!
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8/12/2014 9:44:5354444Getting help with others for my lesson.Have someone talk to us and get us excited to learn.Do not know yet.none yet.
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8/12/2014 9:45:4353343Collaboration with colleaguesSpeaker went through this really quickly. This isn't something learned in an hour, but something learned in a day or more.
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8/12/2014 9:47:2545555Collaboration time. Just time to talk as educators and bounce ideas off of each other.Time to collaborate and work on things such as google form.I would like to continue to see us as a district to explore and research ways for classroom teachers to utilize technology in meaningful/purposeful ways. Regular tech team time or short tutorials to help us with these ideas. Google Form as an example.
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8/12/2014 9:48:0323333Learning how the faculty feels and how they complete their lesson planning.
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8/12/2014 9:49:3344455I liked the different ways to change the lessons and bring more technology to the classroom no matter what the lesson. None. I enjoyed the enthusiasm Scott had and also his suggestions. I will need some time that can be set to perform the lessons with the students. Getting the time to allow the students to join in this activity. Not at this time. Thank you!
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8/12/2014 9:49:4145554The introduction to trudacot and how I can use it to re-design my lessons. More whole-group conversation on what we can do to implement trudacot.Research on trudacot - where does it come from? How do we know that it's effective? What other schools have used it so we can talk to their teachers and learn from them?
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8/12/2014 9:51:2454454It was nice to be able to collaborate with our peers to generate different ideas. Scott "worked the room" keeping everyone engaged.Too much packed into an hour and a half. Frequent collaboration with peers. Once the year begins, we don't get this time.Time management is huge in today's classroom. I am concerned with the transition time taking away from the course content. Another concern is our student cognitive levels. We have second and third grade level students in high school.Need continual review and positive encouragement.
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8/12/2014 9:52:0533344Getting a more in depth look at Trudacot and how we can use itMore examples and teaching us how to do it then giving us time to look at our lessons and how to improve it. How it would look in a Title Reading classHow would you use this in a Title Reading class?
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8/12/2014 9:52:0832242More explanation was needed for new employees. We had no idea what was going on and struggled to understand what was happening. I was also a little nervous to answer questions in fear of being judged/having the wrong answer. More models and explanations would be helpful in the future. I felt like I was thrown into the water and expected to swim. VERY FRUSTRATING!
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8/12/2014 9:52:2655555Learned how to discect a lesson to make it better!Overall it was very good. Good pace when learning new things!Continued work on this. If it isn't brought up again for weeks it will be easily forgotten. No questionsThought it was a good start to the morning.
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8/12/2014 9:52:3424454I learned about different ways to integrate technology into my lesson plans. I also liked being able to discuss with others in a group setting.Explain directions with clearer detail. I was confused at times.
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8/12/2014 9:53:0833343this is very overwhelming
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8/12/2014 9:53:1123342Visiting with peers....we're on the same page!Time to collaborate with teachers.
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8/12/2014 9:53:1223353I like being able to talk with others about what they are doing. I am more comfortable with this than speaking out as a large group.
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8/12/2014 9:54:0933343ResourcesExamplesTime
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8/12/2014 9:54:1223233Sharing the lessons with my partners to gain feedback to make them better.I am not sure....it seems to over my head sometimes.More examples of "awesome" lessons to relate/connect with to help my understanding.Time to make these lessons work well.
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8/12/2014 9:55:1322232my tablegive more examples of what to do
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8/12/2014 9:55:1433343Opportunity to work with peersmore explanation on the other areas of the trudacot

more examples on what a GOOD lesson looks like
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8/12/2014 9:55:1734454The way that we look at our students in the real life experiences and what tools they can use to be successful.More small group collaboration, perhaps with different peer groupsTime and practiceI am worried that I will have to fill out a template.I enjoy learning and I felt like this was a successful day.
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8/12/2014 9:55:3522243Interacting with othersI felt slightly overwhelmed I feel that we need more time to work with this, however today was not a time to do this.I am sure that I will have MANY as time goes on!???
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8/12/2014 9:55:3623334I liked working in small groups to discuss lesson. As a special education teacher I support the classroom teacher with help with making the lesson meaningful for my special education student.This is still somewhat over my my comfort level.Time and examples to work with partners to help me gain a better understanding.Time to create and discuss lessons
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8/12/2014 9:55:4644444I liked learning of the tool Trudacot and how we can deepen the lessons we teach. Spend more time working through and adding to lesson plans.More time to look through and practice implementing.I'll just need time and practice figuring out what and how to implement everything Great program and a great tool!
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8/12/2014 9:56:0944454I liked working on my own lesson and helping a coworker with her plan instead of working on a generic one.more comfortable chairs? LOLMore time to work with the teacher as my partnernonenone
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8/12/2014 9:56:1445444I appreciated getting time to ask questions to better my understanding.It would have been helpful to review the video of the lesson since it had been a few months. It would also have been helpful to have more time to write a lesson prior to this training.It would be helpful to have more material on each of the areas of Trudacot.
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8/12/2014 9:56:2144454Honestly, I really appreciated collaborating with like content fellow educators. My wish is that we could do this more, even if they are from a different level. The brainstorming and constructive feedback was great.If time allowed, we could view more lessons together as a whole group.It would be great to still collaborate with others as the process continues to move forward.It is interesting for me to think about the process of incorporating this with all PD we encounter, such as mixing it in with UDL, differentiation, etc. The key is to look at these as a whole that can be integrated and related rather than separating these ideas and single philosophies or strategies.;-)
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8/12/2014 9:56:4344554The way it was presented to us.Continued support from your team and time to work on this.
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8/12/2014 9:57:2333355I liked using a unit we are really going to use to make it meaningful to us and collaborating to get some good ideas that I would not have thought of myself.Continue to practice like we did with our partners.time to work with my partner to make the addition of technology happen.
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8/12/2014 10:01:2134454Working on my own unit/lessonReview a tad moreI will need to keep this on my desktop and refer to it every time I prep a unit...
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8/12/2014 10:02:0844444Interacting with other teachers.Today went well, I thought it was well paced.I feel confident.None that I can think of.
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8/12/2014 10:03:21433Visiting with Julie one-on-one for more clarification about understanding what I was to do and have her explain it to me. I liked working with a partner and others at my table.Please as an instructor, give examples and show us what you expect us to do. I am a visual learner.More time to absorb and understand what I am expected to do.We will just keep working and with more time and practice, we will get there. :)Just that we need to do more practice for a better understanding.
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8/12/2014 10:03:2634344collaboration with peers, learning how to improve a lesson (questioning to guide thinking)I needed a refresher on Trudacot before startinghow this applies to special education teachers/do we write collaborative plans with the general education teachers?same as aboveit was not as intimidating as you might think it would be
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8/12/2014 10:04:0233343Being able to discuss with peers.Sometimes it was hard to understand so use more time to communicateMore peer (teamworking)none right now
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8/12/2014 10:08:5933444Application of these practices in a specific unit/lesson.?Probably just a chance to look closer and reflect.How can know which section/filter is needed on which lessons.
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