Want to get better next year?
I’m going to ask you to do something you might not want to do, bear with me.
Ask your students for feedback.
Let them give you feedback on the good and bad of the class. The growth points you have and the gold that you have already uncovered!
Here are 3 ways you can do this!
TOP 5 BOTTOM 5
|Top 5 and Bottom 3 list of concepts/knowledge gained by being a part of AgEd class this year. These can include topics discussed in class or learned throughout your participation in FFA or your SAE.|
|Each of your TOP 5 and Bottom 5 aspects require written documentation. This must include at least a paragraph for each point on your list. You must address why you found value in learning this aspect, and how it will help you in the real world. |
Include a visual for each TOP 5 aspect in your written project.
(Can be done in paper form or presentation form)
Address the following FOUR questions in at least one paragraph EACH: (1) What did you learn about yourself throughout the semester? (2) If you had it to do over again, what would you change? (3) Consider the course as a whole: What was most beneficial to your development in agriculture? (4) What would you have liked to learn more about? (Can be done in paper form or presentation form) Get a copy of the Top 5 Bottom 5 and Course Reflection document HERE.
Google Form Course Evaluation
There is a template on google forms for a course evaluation. You can tweak it to fit your class/curriculum. Google forms are a great way to collect data and evaluate it. You can check it out here.