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The winter seems to have gone by so quickly. I feel a bit done-in by El Nino. We are already at the end of this project. I would like to thank all of you for your participation in creating a collaborative data set enabling each of the participating classroom to learn more about their own places. I hope this project provided meaningful learning opprotunities for your students.

Your assistance in completing the evaluation below would be very helpful us as we evaluate the project and make plans for the future. I'll bring together the results and post them for your information.Thanks for your assistance.


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1. How would you rate the overall quality of this project?

What would it take to make it a 5?

2. How would you rate the weekly activities?

Establishing inquiry questions
Introductions
1st snow core
How cold is it at different depths?
Does snow vary under different conditions?
Paper snowflake exchange
2nd snow core
The poetry of snow

3. How would you rate the project's ability to involve your students in exploration of phenomena as scientist?

What would it take to make it a 5?

4. How well was the project able to involve your students in the process of inquiry- generating questions, formulating hypotheses, and developing investigation plans?

What would it take to make it a 5?

 

5. In what ways did you connect with other participating schools?

6. How important was having real data to your snow investigations?

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7. How valuable was it to have data from geographically diverse locations?

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8. In what ways were you able to tie in links to related snow sites or other Internet resources?

9. What other uses of technology to you build into this project?

10. How much did sharing your data on the Internet affect the attention to accuracy by your students?

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11. How much did your students learn about snow, winter, and/or seasons through participation in SNOW?

What would it take to make it a 5?

12. How likely would you be to participate in this project again?

What would it take to make this a 5?

13. How important was it have a scientist connected to the project?

What would it take to make it a 5

14. What stories, if any, could you share about you or your students experiences with the SNOW project?

15. I didn't have the opportunity to see what when on in most of your classrooms, or in what ways you built this into your studies. Any general comments or insights you might share would be valuable for me.



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