PDH Evalution

PDH Evalution

Teachers wishing to earn PDH are required to complete this activity evaluation form within 60 days of the end of the activity. CoTE collects teacher contact information only to document that the evaluation was completed – all survey feedback is returned to the activity organizers with no personally-identifiable information attached. Teachers will receive the Evidence of Completion form via an email link in an automatically-generated email from cote-pdh@illinois.edu. Please mark this address as a safe sender or check spam or junk email folder)

Event

* Name of Activity* Dates* Organizer Email (e.g., Example@illinois.edu; example@hotmail.com; example@gmail.com)





Attendee Information

Information in the section must be entered exactly as it was entered on the Attendance Sheet filled at the event or you WILL NOT receive your Evidence of Completion letter.
* Email Address used for the EventPlease provide the same email address you used to register for the PDH activity.
First Name
Last Name


For each statement below, write the number (4 to 1) that best describes how you feel about your experience in this professional development.

4 – Strongly Agree 3 – Agree 2 – Somewhat Agree 1 – Disagree
The outcomes of this professional development were clearly identified as the knowledge and/or skills that I should gain as a result of my participation.
This professional development will impact my professional growth in regards to content knowledge or skills, or both.
This professional development will impact my social and emotional growth or student and emotional growth.
Overall, the presenter appeared to be knowledgeable of the content provided
The materials and presentation techniques utilized were well-organized and engaging.
The professional development aligned to my district or school improvement plans.


2. Indicate the outcome(s) of this professional development. (Check all that apply)
Increased the knowledge and skills of school and district leaders who guide continuous professional development
Will lead to improved learning for students
Addressed the organization of adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of their schools and districts
Deepened participants’ content knowledge in one or more content (subject) areas
Provided participants with research-based instructional strategies to assist students in meeting rigorous academic standards
Prepared participants to appropriately use various types of classroom assessments
Used learning strategies appropriate to the intended goals
Provided participants with the knowledge and skills to collaborate
Prepared participants to apply research to decision-making
Prepared educators with training on inclusive practices in the classroom that examines instructional and behavioral strategies that improve academic and social-emotional outcomes for all students, with or without disabilities, in general education setting
None of the above describes the effects of the professional development


3. Identify those statements that directly apply to this professional development. (Check all that apply)
Activities were of a type that engaged participants over a sustained period of time allowing for analysis, discovery, and application as they relate to student learning, social or emotional achievement, or well-being.
This professional development aligned to my performance as an educator.
The outcomes for the activities relate to student growth or district improvement.
This activity was higher education coursework.
None of these statements apply to this professional development.


The activities offered for this event aligned to State-approved standards.
The activities offered for this event aligned to State-approved standards.
Professional Development Standards
Illinois Content Area Standards
Professional Educator Standards
Illinois Professional Leader Standards


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