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4. measure impact of learning.final

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Help measure the impact of a professional learning event with these surveys.

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4. measure impact of learning.final

  1. 1. We help you Measure the Impact of Your Learning Events To help measure the learnings impact, teachers are sent (2) post-learning surveys; 1.  Event EvaluaBon Survey - Measures the quality of the learning event. 2.  Post-Event Check-Out Survey – Teachers are surveyed to idenBfy the skills they believe will now be consistently included in their teaching pracBces. Before and aNer learning comparisons can be summarized in various reports. 1
  2. 2. Teaching Teachers Literacy Hi Teacher Ashley, Two post-learning surveys are waiBng for you. CompleBng these surveys will be used to support the implementaBon of pracBces included in your October 18, 2017 Learning Event. Log In 2
  3. 3. Which post-learning survey would you like to complete? Upcoming Events •  Develop Post-Learning Mini- AcBon Plan Messages from Coach There are no pracBces currently ready for observaBon Pending Surveys •  Learning Event EvaluaBon •  Post-Learning Skill Survey •  Mini-AcBon Plan Teacher’s Dashboard EVENT EVALUATION SURVEY HOME Welcome to Teaching Teachers Literacy 3 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Design Learning Event Organize Learning Event Measure Impact of Learning Move PracBces Into Classroom CHECK-OUT SURVEY Event EvaluaBon
  4. 4. Event EvaluaNon Survey October 18th Event Survey DirecNons •  Click on the statement that best matches your level of agreement with each statement. Teaching Teachers Literacy YOUR RESPONSES ARE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL Trainers, principals and administrators ONLY get a WHOLE GROUP SUMMARY report PRESENTER The presenter is knowledgeable about the topics STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE The presenter effecBvely communicated the content. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE ACTIVITIES The acBviBes were effecBve in helping me apply the concepts into my pracBce. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE The Bme provided for each learning topic was appropriate. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE ENVRIONMENT The physical environment was conducive to the learning acBviBes. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE The learning materials were effecBve in helping me apply the concepts into my pracBce. STRONGLY AGREE AGREE DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE SUBMIT SURVEY 4
  5. 5. CongratulaNons! The event’s evaluaNon has been accepted and saved! What would you like to do next? LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD CHECK-OUT SURVEY Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning AcBviBes Measure Impact of Learning Move PracBces Into Classroom 5
  6. 6. Post-Event Check-Out Survey October 18th Event Survey DirecNons •  The pracBces that were topics of this learning event are below. •  The highlighted skills represent your pre-event responses. •  Highlight all skills you are READY TO INCLUDE in your daily pracBce. Whole Class Mini-Lesson ConnecNon Check all that you ready to include in your connecBons. o  My opening is a inviBng, enthusiasBc welcome o  I acBvate relevant prior knowledge o  I acBvate relevant prior experience o  I share a story which acts as a metaphor for today’s teaching. Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point Check all that you ready to include in your staBng of the teaching point. o  I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading Bp highlighted in the mini-lesson. o  I clearly name the specific steps of the reading strategy highlighted in the mini- lesson. o  I have students focus on using the Bp just aNer the mini-lesson AND anyBme they find it useful for the rest of their life. o  Student data suggested my students were in need of the teaching point. Teaching Teachers Literacy YOUR RESPONSES ARE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL Principals and administrators ONLY get a WHOLE GROUP SUMMARY report LOG OUT SUBMIT SURVEY 6 Pre-Event Survey Responses
  7. 7. Post-Event Check-Out Survey October 18th Event Survey DirecNons •  The pracBces that were topics of this learning event are below. •  The highlighted skills represent your pre-event responses. •  Highlight all skills you are READY TO INCLUDE in your daily pracBce. Whole Class Mini-Lesson ConnecNon Check all that you ready to include in your connecBons. o  My opening is a inviBng, enthusiasBc welcome o  I acBvate relevant prior knowledge o  I acBvate relevant prior experience o  I share a story which acts as a metaphor for today’s teaching. Whole Class Mini-Lesson Teaching Point Check all that you ready to include in your staBng of the teaching point. o  I name the goal, or why, readers will want to use the reading Bp highlighted in the mini-lesson. o  I clearly name the specific steps of the reading strategy highlighted in the mini- lesson. o  I have students focus on using the Bp just aNer the mini-lesson AND anyBme they find it useful for the rest of their life. o  Student data suggested my students were in need of the teaching point. Teaching Teachers Literacy YOUR RESPONSES ARE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL Principals and administrators ONLY get a WHOLE GROUP SUMMARY report LOG OUT SUBMIT SURVEY 7 Post-Event Survey Responses
  8. 8. CongratulaNons! Your Post-Event Check-Out survey has been accepted and saved in your dashboard! LOG OUT GO TO MY DASHBOARD 8 Teaching Teachers Literacy 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR Establish School Year Learning Curriculum Organize Learning Event Select Learning AcBviBes Measure Impact of Learning Move PracBces Into Classroom

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