WC PBL Day 1 (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. [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?In terms of what we talked about and practiced 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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6/5/2014 16:30:525555being able to get instant feedback and having conversations with small and large group.Nothing I can think of now...Nothing - I think that I should be able to implement without any problems...None at this point.:)
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6/5/2014 16:33:103444Time to work on my project in pieces.
You won't let me quit even when it is hard.
The group feedback.
How much follow up will we have with our coach?
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6/5/2014 16:33:513554Learning the difference between projects and PBL.More focus on what we want to plan and less focus on ones that aren't meaningful to our curriculum.I would like an outline or rubric of what I am suppose to accomplish by my virtual meeting and after my meeting. I am confused on whether I am creating an outline of this or if I have to have every componet typed, printed, ready to teach. See the above comment.Please do not think I am a difficult person to work with. I am actually very good at planning these things. I am just currently stressed with other things in my life.
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6/5/2014 16:34:033343Moves from a project to a more indepth project and educational project.?Time and TylenolMuch more involved than I expected.
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6/5/2014 16:34:312444It was good being exposed to PBL. I can see the need and value for using it.More examples of Primary grade application. Using PBL is great, but doesn't come easy to people like me who were taught facts, skills, etc, rather than encouraged to use the higher order thinking skills/activities.This is a lot of information, and need to do more reading and research to feel like I know enough to complete a quality project.
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6/5/2014 16:34:453433Good communication. They are quick to answer questions and try to assist us.I'm not sure. Making sure that I can implement this for a short time period.Completing the class successfully.
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6/5/2014 16:36:565555Being able to talk to people for ideas. How well the teachers knew the material. It was productive. I was able to work on my project as we learned the material.NoneNoneIs my project is good enough?The day went fast & I really enjoyed it!
Thanks so much!
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6/5/2014 22:14:135555I appreciated learning how to take what I already do and make it better.I would have liked even more examples.Continued feedback on my individual project.I am not sure if PBL actually has to solve a real problem or if it could be hypothetical.
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6/6/2014 10:06:325555The content was very interesting and informative.I was satisfied with the class.I am a para educator, I am teaming with Susan Peters, the social studies teacher that I work with during the school year. I would like to know how other paras that worked on their own fared.Thank you for your expertise, being great people and for what you do for others.
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