9-15-16 Tech Integration 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 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 assistance will you need to continue to support teachers in your district?What questions or concerns do you have as you leave today?Anything else you want to share with us?
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What content areas would you most like to see supported by the tech innovation team this year?
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9/15/2016 12:03:2554434I enjoyed the opening activity. I also enjoyed the time to talk about and look into new stuff. How can we tie this to curriculum? How do we make this student centered?How do we assess these standards.
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9/15/2016 13:05:3454454collaboration and play timeGoogle+ community might be a great way for us to communicate with each other outside of this timecollaboration time none
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9/15/2016 13:12:4445555I never had heard of MakerSpaces before, so I loved the idea of having a panel to tell us about the idea. It gave me lots of ideas of how to go about setting one up and why it is a good idea to have.continue having panels based on other tech ideas or devices to help integrate techliteracy
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9/15/2016 14:26:0455555The interaction and ability to get hands on with some of the awesome stuff others are doing. We need MORE of this !!!Better elevator music.I want to keep seeing your smiling faces around out district!!! The stronger the relationship, the better.
mdowhower@spencerschools.org
Virtual Reality and BreakoutEDU sessions!
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9/15/2016 14:26:2755545Makerspaces!!!!Steve RhodeHelp planning PD, ideas on how to keep PD "creative" and fresh. Not just sit and get this app or this new tool.
agress@spencerschools.org
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9/15/2016 14:27:5644444Ability to group think with others from my district, and others in the room about how to use these ideas within our schools.Examples of how the tools are used at what level. For example, how are other schools using Drones in various content areas.
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9/15/2016 14:28:0045434That we were engaged in experiencing things and learning more about the "why" not just the tool. We saw the tools but then talked through the rationale behind it rather than just that the tool exists.Tools to help them see that this is not "one more thing" or "separate" from their classroom content but there to enrich and enhance the experience they provide for their students.
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9/15/2016 14:28:0144324Afternoon session on MakerspacePlayground sessions seemed more geared toward elementary/middle school. Would like to have topics more applicable to high school.Flow of information on newest trends in tech.
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9/15/2016 14:32:3344444Learning about others and what they are doing in their districts. More examples of how these tools can be implemented into the content areas across the different levels.Continued communication with teachers and tech leaders. Support on new tools.
How can we best serve our districts as tech leaders when we are all full time teachers with no pull out time for tech leader duties?
amerchant@spencerschools.org
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9/15/2016 14:35:0555555Meeting with others, Play time!!Nothing!More resources-- it's nice to meet others and have them as resources for the future.None- Excited to meet again!bhansen@e-hawks.orgCoding
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9/15/2016 14:37:4955555Loved the video with David Jakes, and being able to get my hands on Dot and Dash with someone to help me out so I didn't get frustratedDonutsGet us the info on your days for content areas so we can spread the word.
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9/15/2016 14:47:4555555Playground timeMaybe more playground time, more exploring new technologymath, reading, STEM
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9/15/2016 14:48:1044334I enjoyed the breakout sessions most.I would have had a speaker that is actually able to be here in person or have a group video chatScience
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9/15/2016 14:50:1344455Getting to know more people in our area. Meeting and talking with them about what they do as the tech int person. Would it be possible for some of the "seasoned" tech int people to share what they are doing and how to start up with everything?Information, examples, resources to use as the tech int person. none at this time. More resources shared by people if they have them or would be willing to show us or let us use. Resources to use or see
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9/15/2016 14:51:0655555Just hearing from people who have been in this role and what they are doing to help us "newbies" out.I just want to know more about new and upcoming tech to use in classrooms. Apps are fine, but I want a little moreis there any great ideas to help ELL students to become successful and proficient. You guys are great I learned a lot from you and others who shared.
tmorey@west-bend.k12.ia.us
HS/MS science and HS math
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