Evaluation of Individual Workshops by Participants  in Year 2 of the TL21 Programme
 
Level 1 – Basics: 
Were the workshop and facilities well organised? Did the material in the workshop make sense to you, the participants?  Was the material focused on cultivating and leading new initiatives in teaching and learning?
 
 
Level 2 – Participants’ learning:
What did you learn, specifically? And how does this build on previous workshops?   Was there a good exchange of  experiences and ideas among the workshop participants?
 
 
Level 3  – Application of New Skills and Insights:
What practical use have you been making in your school of the new knowledge and approaches?
To what extent does this application extend beyond one’s own classroom to practices in the school more widely?
 
 
Level 4 – Support from School:
How well has the school supported the new initiatives and approaches you are trying to implement in your practice?
 
 
Level 5 – Improvements in Students’ Learning
How, and to what extent, has learning improved among your students as a result of these new initiatives and approaches?
 
(a) students’ attitudes to learning
(b) students’ practices of learning (incl. class work and homework)
(c) students’ achievements
 
Overall Evaluation by Participants  in Year 2 of the  TL21  Programme
 
 
Level 1 – Basics: 
1 (a) Were the workshops and the facilities well organised?
1 (b) Did the material in the workshops make sense to you, the participants? 
1 (c) Was this material focused on cultivating and leading new initiatives in teaching and learning?
 
 
 
Level 2 – Participants’ learning:
2 (a) What did you learn mainly from the workshops?
2 (b) To what extent was there continuity/ linkage between the workshops? 
        2 (c) Was there a good exchange of  experiences and ideas among workshop participants?
 
 
 
Level 3  – Application of New Skills and Insights:
3 (a) How much practical use have you been making in your school of the new knowledge and approaches?    (e.g  a little,  a fair bit, a lot,  etc.)
 
3 (b) To what extent has this application extended beyond your own classroom to practices in the school more widely?
 
 
 
Level 4 – Support from School:
How well has the school supported the new initiatives and approaches you have been  trying to implement in your practice?
 
 
 
Level 5 – Improvements in Students’ Learning
How, and to what extent, has learning improved among your students as a result of these new initiatives and approaches?  Specifically:
 
5 (a) students’ attitudes to learning:
 
5 (b) students’ practices of learning (incl. class work and homework):
 
5 (c) Students’ achievements: