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Step 4 – Reflect on the evaluation process

Reflect on the evaluation process
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Reflection is the fourth step for this week so you can learn about the evaluation process through discussion with others.
Reflecting on the evaluation data you have collected through your mini-evaluation is essential for you to interpret and integrate your findings. This activity represents stage 3 of the simplified 3 stage integrated teaching development framework (Vigentini, Negin & Kligyte, 2016).
Simplified 3 stage integrated teaching development framework. Stage 1: Determine a positioning, Stage 2: Choose interpretational lenses, perspectives and data sources, Stage 3: Integrate interpretations and critically reflect

Talking point

What did you find out (evaluation data generated)? What did you learn (your interpretation and analysis)?
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