Feedback

Course and Work Feedback

Below you can review the feedback provided by instructors throughout this past academic year. Courses below include: 

  • CEP 900/930: Proseminar in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology
  • CEP 932: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research I
  • CEP 951: Technology, Society, and Culture
  • CEP 933: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research II

 

900/930: Proseminar in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology (Summer 2010)

Course Grade: 4.0

Final Feedback

FinalGradeandFeedbackLarryBruce-Summer2010cep900930

 

Research Development Project (RDP)

View the RDP (download the document below to see comments in track changes)

 

Article Critiques

CEP900 (Summer) – Article Critique 1, group critique. Instructor feedback.

CEP900 (Summer) – Article Critique 2, individual critique. Instructor feedback.

CEP900 (Summer) – Article Critique 3, individual critique. Instructor feedback.

 

Motivation Audio Interview

Feedback provided by instructor Dr. Cary Roseth

Below, please find some feedback on your Audio Interview project. As mentioned previously, this process – i.e., inquiry on motivation using technology – was the major goal for this assignment, and we hope it inspired some “EPET”-like reflection. On the product side of things, in general the finished projects were fantastic – engaging and very thoughtful. We hope you agree and have had the chance to listen to some of your classmates’ work.

The feedback below is brief, keeping in the spirit of the assignment, but was an attempt to assess both the content of the interviews and the technological aspects of production.

Again, great job and please let us know if you have questions or concerns.

~ Cary and Matt

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Content and organization Score = 10. Wonderful job! The major themes of creating success with motivation comes through very clearly, and you do a great job balancing Chris’ reflections and your own. I definitely agree with your assessment that you picked the right student- he is a very reflective teenager!

Continuity and Editing Score = Very nice. The transitions are smooth, and the music is a nice addition in the background.

Pace Score = 10. Great. Easy to understand both you and Chris.

Narration Score = 10. Again, very well done. You project well, and I especially liked how you asked different questions to Chris in order to allow him to reflect more, and also how you posed questions in your general reflections. Great job!

Total score: 40/40 –> One of only a three perfect scores. Well done!

 

Research Story – Digital Storytelling

Below, please find some feedback on your Digital Storytelling project. Our feedback, though brief, is intended to assess both the content of your digital story and the production aspects of using technology to create a “compelling” account of your research interests. We hope you enjoyed the activity and that also served to inspire some reflection on the intersection of pedagogy, technology, and content!

Great work and please let us know if you have questions or concerns.

– Cary and Matt

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Content and Organization- Excellent! You do a great job illustrating the problem with traditional teaching given the location (so to speak) of students currently, and then ask important questions and bring in great ideas as to why change is a must. You’ve inspired me! Your organization was great as well! – 10 pts

Continuity and Editing- Wonderful. Flawless editing, the flow was great, and the music and images match up perfectly. – 10 pts

Flow- The flow was great. The points followed each other nicely and made for a great story that you told. I especially liked the introduction with the children chattering, and then moving onto music. Nicely done – 10 pts

Narration- Again great. The pace of your presentation was excellent and easy to follow and extremely engaging. Great job overall! – 10 pts

Total: 40/40

 

932: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research I (Summer 2010)

Course Grade: 4.0

See the CEP 932 Page for assignment feedback.

 

951: Technology, Society, and Culture (Fall 2010)

Course Grade: 4.0

Limited feedback available. For course work and final project, see CEP 951 Page In response to a reflective piece on course readings and discussion (“Evolution and Technology”), Dr. Zhao replied with the following:

 

Hi, Lawrence (or do you prefer Larry?),

Thanks for such a reflective and thoughtful essay. I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is precisely the kind of reflection we need in our society, among educators, policy makers, and certainly all scholars. This is exactly what I am hoping the class can do among doctoral students. Thanks.

-Yong

 

 

933: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research II (Spring 2011)

Course Grade: 4.0

Assignments and projects can be viewed on the CEP 933 Page.

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