Resource 9 Evaluations (Tapestry of Faith)
In "," a Tapestry of Faith program
Evaluations help us know how to do it better next time—what worked and what didn’t work well, and why. And, they provide feedback about our success as a facilitator. Here are three methods for evaluating your program:
- Create a numerical assessment. Ask participants to rank, by specified numbers, the activities and program pieces of the workshop.
- Create an evaluation form with incomplete sentences. Ask participants to complete the sentences to express their opinions and feelings about the workshop experience.
- Create a form which offers open-ended questions and space for participants to write their answers.
You may use one or a combination of these alternatives.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
- Resistance and Transformation
- Faith like a River
- Building the World We Dream About
- The New UU
- Moves Us
- Harvest the Power
- Principled Commitment
- Spirit of Life Revised
- Spirit in Practice
- From The High Hill
- About the Author(s)
- Chapter 1 - Getting Started
- Chapter 2 - First Two Day Retreat: A Guide for Facilitators
- Chapter 3 - Odyssey Writing: A Guide for Participants
- Chapter 4 - Second Two-Day Retreat: A Guide for Facilitators
- Chapter 5 - Congregational Service of Recognition
- Chapter 6 - Glimpses of Stories from the First High Hill Group
- Chapter 7 - Resources
- br -Resource 1 Sample Registration Form for Your High Hill Workshop
Resource 2: Sample Participant Letter for Your Packet
- Resource 3 Sample Order of Service for Celebration of Elders
- Resource 4 Sample Order of Service for Celebration of Elders
- Resource 5 The Layers by Stanley Kunitz
- Resource 6 Things to not Leave Undone
- Resource 7: Presenting a HIgh Hill Workshop in a Non-Retreat Setting
- Resource 8: Experiencing the Program Solo or in a Pair
- Resource 9: Evaluations