Category Archives: Evaluation

Best Practices When Blazing the Trail for Online Learners

June Next Generation Extension Webinar UPDATE 6/10/16: The recording for the webinar can be viewed using the link https://connect.unl.edu/p61n7y91ay2/  Download the 2 handouts:  QM for Continuing and Professional education PDF copy of slides ⇒ Please take a minute after viewing the … Continue reading

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Simple Evaluation Templates: From Program Objectives to Impact Statement in 60 Minutes [Webinar]

UPDATE 4/13/16: The link to view the recording is https://connect.unl.edu/p98uiv98cye/ Join us on April 12, 2016 at 10:00 CT Connect URL: https://connect.unl.edu/nextgenerationextension We will be speaking using your computer speakers. There is no question that program evaluation is an important endeavor. It … Continue reading

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Verbs for Bloom’s Taxonomy

Here in April we are going to have a chance to do some rewrites on our Activity Insights….so now is a great time to think through your personal teaching objectives….or rather the student/clientele learning objectives you will be targeting with your … Continue reading

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Girls in STEM!

Many of you who know me well know that I’m on a viaje personal (personal journey) of getting more girls, particularly Latina girls, interested in STEM Careers.  And, since at Kimmel Education & Research Center we have a large agritourism … Continue reading

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Weebles Wobble But They Don’t Fall Down!

Okay so some of you may not remember this beloved toy of the 1970’s…but the famous weebles have a great life lesson for all of us!  My dad calls it stick-to-it-ness or “Making Hay”… Chuck Hibberd calls it resiliency….and today … Continue reading

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Crowdsource

After reading the article this morning in the Chronicle of Higher Education about the law student who crowdsourced the writing of her graduation speech at Stanford (full article here), I thought perhaps it would be relevant to write a quick … Continue reading

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Milton Chen’s lecture on “Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning” and Multiple Intelligences

Last week’s E.N. Thompson lecture on “Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning” by Milton Chen was interesting….you can watch the recording here.  His talk discussed a variety of topics including project based learning (PBL) and a child’s need to move and create.  … Continue reading

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