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Evaluation Tool

By: Kim Hoke

For each of the sections below, highlight your ranking for each question on a scale of 4 to 1, where 4 is strongly agree, 3 is agree, 2 is disagr
strongly disagree. If the section is not applicable, select NA. If additional comments or suggestions need to be added, add them to the botto
section. If more room is needed, feel free to attach any additional sheets.

Who is getting evaluated:

Christy Brock

What is the unit or lesson title:

Cause and Effect

What grade level:

4th

Subject:

ELA
Categories

Communication

Strongly
Agree
Agree
"3"
"4"

Disagree
"2"

Communication: The lesson is easy to follow and understand, the materials needed are clearly stated.
The student can find how to contact the teacher with ease via email, message board, etc.

Interaction: Students have the ability to communicate with both the teacher and/or the other
students to collaborate or discuss ideas.

Feedback: Instructions have been given so that students know where they can get feedback from
their teacher and/or give and get feedback from their peers.

Delivery: The directions for when and how to turn in the final project have been given in clear
language.

Comments: Very clearly written. The tool you used to present your lesson was easy to follow and understand. The directions for what needed t
and how it needed to be done were easy to follow. The students had the opportunity to print their paper or get a physical copy in the classroom
part didn't offer that. It was the cause and effect sheet. You didn't have a copy of that, the students could only get it in the classroom. I might su
a digital copy online for the students to have a copy of in case they couldn't make it to school for whatever reason.

Planning

Strongly
Agree
Agree
"3"
"4"

Disagree
"2"

Content Delivery: The expectations on how the lesson will be presented to the students is clearly
stated (online, face to face, some online & some in class).

Project Delivery: It is stated how the final project will be turned in (hand in at the classroom, email,
website, etc.)

Lesson Design: The lesson fits the grade that it is being presented too, it gives plenty of time to
complete, it is purposeful in the intended outcome.

Lesson Details: The details are presented in a chronological order, and clear directions are given at
each piece of the project.

Comments: Clearly could see this would involve in class and online material.

Content

Strongly
Agree
Agree
"3"
"4"

Disagree
"2"

Standards and Objectives: The lesson has the state standards that will be evaluated as well as the
NETS for students.

Goals: The goals of the lesson are clearly stated and align with the state standards and NETS for
students previously state.

Examples: Examples have been given to students to look at through different mediums such as
written notes, videos, audio.

Support: There is opportunity for the learner to get support from the teacher themselves, or through
the classmates. This could be in the form of email, discussion board, face to face, etc.

Multiple Representation: Opportunities were given in not only presentation, but in the project itself
that met the needs of learners who learn from auditory, visual, and kinesthetic.

Assessment: The assessment takes into consideration the different learners and their needs on how
to learn.

Reflection: Students will have the chance to reflect on this project through a survey, blog, discussion
board, etc.

Analyze: Students will have the chance to evaluate the teacher by giving input of what worked, what
needed help, what could be improved, etc.

Comments:

OVERALL STRENGTHS: This lesson was complete and easy to follow along. The students would be able to open the link and know exactly wha
expected of them as soon as they read the home page. There a variety of videos to watch and activities they could complete without additional
from the teacher. I liked that they had three stories to choose from for their cause and effect sheet. It is the same type of story, but with a differ
character. I enjoyed that you were able to find these stories read to them so they could just follow along and not have to think about how to rea
inflection of their voices (the person who read the story) made it easier to know how to feel as the story was progressing. Overall, it was great a
the students to know what was expected. No big surprises for the kids to have to discover or figure out what to do. They will walk away from thi
understanding what is cause and effect. Great job.

OVERALL NEEDS OF IMPROVEMENT: The only part I would add would be 1) that there were some sort of discussion bored for the kids to com
with and see what others were thinking. 2) Add that one sheet I recommended in part 1 of communication. Other than that, wonderful job and I
kids enjoy it as much as I would have as a kid.

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