Student Evaluation on Year 12 Final 9.2 Space - (copy)

Please make comments as you feel appropriate, by answering the statement closest to your experience of the unit, or by adding your own statements where they are requested. This information will be used to help with the presentation of the module next year.

Name


  1. Theory
    My personal notes for this topic are
    complete
    Missing some
    Missing around half
    Missing most of the information


  1. State which parts of your personal notes are incomplete


  1. Focus 1 - The Earth has a gravitational field that exerts a force on objects both on it and around it.

    I think my understanding of the key concepts would be:
    comprehensive and confident
    clear
    patchy
    poor


  1. Focus 2 - Many factors have to be taken into account to achieve a successful rocket launch, maintain a stable orbit and return to Earth.

    I think my understanding of the key concepts would be:
    comprehensive and confident
    clear
    patchy
    poor


  1. Focus 3 - The Solar System is held together by gravity.

    I think my understanding of the key concepts would be:
    comprehensive and confident
    clear
    patchy
    poor


  1. Focus 4 - Current and emerging understanding about time and space has been dependent upon earlier models of the transmission of light.

    I think my understanding of the key concepts would be:
    comprehensive and confident
    clear
    patchy
    poor


  1. Experiments in class.

    I found the experiments for this section to be:
    excellent
    above average
    satisfactory
    unsatisfactory


  1. Assessments
    Do you feel the assessments of this module allowed you to show your true understanding of the outcomes?
    absolutely
    yes
    possibly
    no


  1. References
    How reliable and accurate was the information you found related to this topic?
    reliable and accurate
    alright, but some sources were less reliable than others
    mostly wrong, but occassionally some information was correct
    unreliable and inaccurate


  1. Select the 3 most useful and reliable information related to this topic.
    textbook
    newspapers
    internet search
    St Catherines Courses (Moodle)
    library
    You Tube
    talking with scientists
    Podcasts
    Clickview
    other (please specify)


  1. Teaching techniques

    There was a variety of methods used to help you to learn the information for this module. Tick the strategies that were most effective for you
    experiments - with data loggers / video analysis
    experiments - without data loggers / video analysis
    group work
    individual work
    teacher explanation
    teacher.class discussion
    one on one or small group assistance from teacher
    revision classes
    videos
    interactive animations
    laptops
    worksheets
    research work
    questions from text book
    demonstrations
    Internet sites
    reading the text
    private study
    videos


  1. Your Comments.
    Please include any information you think would be helpful for me to know about your impression of this topic.