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Passport Program Evaluation Information


We believe that information is always friendly! Program evaluation is critical as an ongoing learning tool to improve educational programs and demonstrate achievement. Evaluation refers to a periodic process of gathering data and analyzing it so that the resulting information can be used to determine whether your educational program is effectively carrying out stated objectives and anticipated results. The documents included in this file were developed and revised over several years to effectively gather and synthesize critical data regarding the overarching Passport Program, individual courses, and students from a variety of perspectives, including students, faculty, and parents. These documents are designed to be used at the conclusion of each semester or quarter for full effectiveness and continual improvement. All evaluations use a traditional 5-point Likert scale and open ended questions.
The file consists of six download digital documents, including the following:
Student Course Evaluation: This three-page evaluation, to be completed by students, assesses the faculty member’s instructional methodology and classroom styl,e and also serves as a self-evaluation for the student regarding nine pertinent questions regarding their own individual time management, organizational skills, and classroom behavior.
Faculty Program Evaluation: This two-page evaluation, to be completed by faculty members, assesses the program administration, staff support, and feedback, student class size, classroom, course content, and area for future suggestions for improvement.
Parent Program Evaluation: This two-page evaluation, to be completed by a student’s parent or guardian, assesses general program satisfaction, areas that are most and least effective, and nine critical questions regarding their own student during the semester or quarter.
Faculty Evaluation of Student: Unlike the detailed alternative assessment used at the end of every course, this evaluation queries the faculty member using very same questions that the students complete about themselves. It is an excellent tool to use for discussion with students about realty checks and “magical thinking.” The two evaluations can be compared for further analysis.
Summary of Course Evaluations: Template 1 is a five-page document which summarizes all pertinent course and program evaluations from both the student and parent perspectives. Template 2 is a four-page document with all tables included and left blank for convenience.  

Price: $99.00