Please select the response that best describes your evaluation of this session
The session’s content closely matched what was conveyed on the conference website and other promotional materials (e.g. description, outline, presenter names, and prerequisites).
The session’s content was relevant, up-to-date, and in sync with current research about how students learn.
The session’s format (lecture, poster, workshop, etc.) was appropriate for its content and learning goals.
The session ran smoothly without impactful technology or equipment disruptions (Wi-Fi, downloading apps, etc.).
(Workshop/BYOD only) I felt fully informed about session prerequisites and knew what skills and software were needed to fully participate
Although some software/products may have been demonstrated, the session focused on the learning and not the tool.
The presenter(s) was (were) well prepared and knowledgeable and modeled effective staff development practices such as engaging the group, responding to questions and checking for understanding.
The presenter(s) clearly articulated how the session addressed specific ISTE standards.
(Workshop/BYOD only) The presenter(s) emailed helpful information about the session to attendees who registered in advance.
This session proved useful by providing inspiration or new resources, instructional strategies or ways of thinking; or by helping me learn a new skill or how to use a new tool or solve a problem.
I left the session with new ideas or approaches I plan to implement in the classroom/in my daily work.
I would recommend the presenter(s)/session to a colleague.
Compared to other sessions I’ve attended at ISTE, this was one of the best.
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