Whether it’s a hands-on science activity for students, teacher training, employee instruction, or a citizen science program for the community, all education projects submitted for Conservation Certification must contain an assessment.
These assessments not only measure the success of your project, but the data and knowledge collected can be shared internally and externally, and the lessons learned can help make your program stronger.
This webinar will explore the various assessment tools available including:
- Observation of new skills acquisition or collaborative learning
- Assessing journals entries or student work
- Gaining feedback from reflective sessions and other innovative techniques
- Thelma Redick, Wildlife Habitat Council