EEI 2008 Pre-Assessment for Elementary Teachers

EEI participants will complete the survey as a guide for the workshop facilitators.

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A red asterisk (*) indicates required questions.


  1. Write an instructional objective for something that you have taught.*


  1. "Think of important political and societal events that led to the Civil War."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "I will call on four of you to respond."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "Discuss your answers with your partner."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "You will have to share your events with the whole class."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "Jane, please tell the class the events that you and your partner discussed."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "Class, listen to Jane's response."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. "Class, be ready to add to Jane's response."
    This teacher statement is an example of
    Active participation covert
    Active participation overt
    Level of concern


  1. Research and write a field guide for identifying local trees.
    This student activity represents
    Quadrant A
    Quadrant B
    Quadrant C
    Quadrant D


  1. Visit an historical museum.
    This student activity represents
    Quadrant A
    Quadrant B
    Quadrant C
    Quadrant D


  1. Give and seek constructive feedback in order to improve writing.
    This student activity represents
    Quadrant A
    Quadrant B
    Quadrant C
    Quadrant D


  1. Make a scale drawing of your classroom
    This student activity represents
    Quadrant A
    Quadrant B
    Quadrant C
    Quadrant D





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