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End of the year evaluation

This year, my team made an end of the year evaluation for our students.  We were not able to give it to everyone, but I decided to give it to my own classes.  These questions can apply to any subject, and I am really proud of the questions that we created:

  1. Do the homework, tests and quizzes match what is happening in this class?
  2. What skills did you learn?
  3. What skills do you need to learn to be successful in an Upper School class?
  4. What would you do differently to prepare for this class?
  5. What was your favorite part of this class?
  6. How were you prepared for this class?

On my exam, I add a few extra questions for extra credit.  They are:

  1. What was your favorite activity that we did this year?
  2. What was your favorite song that we listened to?
  3. What activity do you feel helped you learn the most Spanish?
  4. What is one activity that you wish you did not have to do this year?

I really enjoy reading the students’ responses.  I prefer to leave it in narrative even though numeric data can be easier to analyze.  Now, we are off to King’s Dominion tomorrow for an end of the year celebration!


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