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Project Evaluation

Project evaluation is a critical component of any quality project. Multiple methodologies are used for both formative and summative evaluation of the project. Both quantitative and qualitative data have been collected throughout the program.

Along with the data collected from existing activities such as NCATE preparation, surveys were conducted of both faculty and students following events and opportunities.

For example, Dr. Carl Berger (photo left) spoke to teachers and faculty during a spring conference. Student teachers completed surveys following the student teacher technology conference. Teachers were asked about the effectiveness of the keynote as well as the concurrent sessions.

 

 

Explore examples of how we're addressing our goals:

Goal 1 - Infuse Technology-Rich Teaching Methods to Meet Standards

  • Ohio Standards Links
  • Examples of Faculty Technology Integration

Goal 2 - Encourage New Teachers to Integrate Technology

  • Student Teacher Conference

Goal 3 - Faculty Professional Development

  • Workshops
  • One-on-one Assistance
  • Course Enhancement Projects

 


 

Funding for this project was provided through a grant from Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) from the US Department of Education.
Principal Investigator
Dr. Berhane Teclehaimanot, Principal Investigator & Assistant Professor, College of Education

Created 2/03. Last Updated 4/06.