2014-08-27 ELC trudacot workshop evaluation form (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 relevance 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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8/27/2014 15:24:2434454Is there any way to make it even more interactive? Less talking "to" us and more hands on doing?
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8/27/2014 15:26:4144454Demonstrated new learning toolstime for collaborationnone
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8/27/2014 15:26:4932222knowing how many are going 1 to 1If so many schools are 1 to 1, why are we not brainstorming across the state in our disciplines? Then, there would be dialogue.Maybe try and set up part of this for collaboration with the aea taking a lead on getting it set up.
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8/27/2014 15:30:4355555Interaction and application
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8/27/2014 15:30:5434454too fastThis is a huge paradigm shift. And I will do my part, but I might be slow
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8/27/2014 15:32:2154454A usable model. Teachers to work with that are passionate about creating great lessons.none
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8/27/2014 15:32:2533353Having the devices and websites at our fingertipsIt went to fast for me. I felt I was always a step behind, but then again this is my learning preference.Prerequisites to trudacot is "kids want to learn"
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8/27/2014 15:32:3434554starting to think about this shift and some of the key points to keep in mind to create powerful 1-1 lessonscontinued conversations about what our staff needs to impact kidsTrudacot seemed a little overwhelmingplease help us in this transition, some are ready to go and others will need to come along kicking and screaming
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8/27/2014 15:32:5754454I liked the model of the trudacot to follow while trying to incorporate new technology into my classroom.Have us bring a lesson or idea to enhance using the trudacot model.Resources and websites to help integrate technology.None.No.
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8/27/2014 15:34:0834544chance to actually learn how to use the chrome books with studentsThe technology still moves very fast for me to keep up with navigating the lesson
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8/27/2014 15:34:2933344I have a better vision of what I need to work onInfo was presented a little too rapidly. Rather hard to assess and discuss and consult lesson plans in such a short time frame
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8/27/2014 15:36:1144444I liked the TRUDACOT frameworkI think we could have handled reframing our own lesson plans.
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8/27/2014 15:36:4134434Some of the opportunities that can be used with technology. I need time to work on chrome book.NoneNo
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8/27/2014 15:37:1443443trudacotI thought I would get ideas on how to have students use chromebooks in the classroom
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8/27/2014 15:38:5454554getting a TOOL that I can refer to. trudacot will prove helpful.
You talk really fast sometimes...... I missed some of what you had said, because I was reading or still doing another thing..... I think that is just who you are though...

I am going to HATE core coding
core coding for Art.

I have http://visualartsiowacore.weebly.com/ as a reference at this point.

just absorbing at this point. need to work with before I make myself some questionsI have lots of tools..... .deciding how to get a tech/physical product may be the tricky part
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8/27/2014 15:40:1244454Trudacot can be used to meet specific goal to be used in one to one lessons.Look at 2 to 3 specific goals in trudacot.Less but more.Look at specific lesson and run it through trudacot.More specific tools or programs that could be used in the classroom.
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12/17/2014 15:40:403 Average445 Excellent4
Breaking down a lesson together to try to understand each question and discussing the results in small group and large group
Easier if you are a science teacher:) an easier lesson to analyze
MOre of the same....analyzing lessons together.
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12/17/2014 15:40:583 Average3 Average443 Average
Group discussion went better than last time. We were able to voice ideas and receive feedback.
It went well.
Examples of good lessons
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12/17/2014 15:41:1743 Average43 Average3 AverageSmall group discussion
More small group discussion
lesson plan examples original and improved lesson
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12/17/2014 15:42:043 Average443 Average4
going through an actual lesson and hearing others ideas and how that compares to and changes my perspective.
having some time to digest this information and go back to it at a later time
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12/17/2014 15:42:113 Average23 Average3 Average3 AverageReview
Seems subjective in many ways.
PracticeUse. ImpletentationNo
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12/17/2014 15:44:293 Average3 Average3 Average3 Average3 Averageopen dialogue
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