"Multiple Intelligences: New Ways to Teach" Evaluation

A Teleconference Inservice for Teachers from

The Teacher's Workshop

This telecast series aired during April 1997 and was downlinked in 42 states and 7 provinces of Canada with an estimated total of 12,000 participants.

Site Facilitator's Evaluation

This evaluation was completed by the facilitators of the Multiple Intelligences: New Ways to Teach inservice telecasts. These results were compiled from all evaluations completed and returned to the Teacher's Workshop (N=15).

(1) How did the telecast go?

Positive Responses: 14

Negative Responses: 1

(2) How many participants did you have? Average 19.3

(3) On a scale of one to five, with five as the highest, how would you rate the overall quality of this inservice? Average 4.00

(4) How would you rate the quality of our curriculum materials? Average 4.53

(5) How useful were the video shots of strategy application? Average 4.34

(6) How would you rate the service and helpfulness of our staff? Average 4.54

Audience Participants Evaluation

The following evaluation questions were included in the curriculum packet, and were thus answered by audience members rather than site facilitators. Each question was answered on a scale ranging from 1 (disagree) to 5 (agree). Averages for 264 teachers and other audience participants from 48 different sites were tallied, which included every response received. As these indicators suggest, teachers and other educators were very satisfied with this inservice.

(1) I think the video segments were useful. 4.25

(2) I would like more practical strategies. 4.44

(3) The handouts will help in my class. 3.93

(4) This was an effective inservice overall. 4.17

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