University of Edinburgh
 

Bilingual Glossaries

Wednesday 23 June 2006

Course evaluation

Number of Participants: 13 Number of Respondents: 12

Overall Assessment:

How would you rate the following: Excellent = 1; Poor = 5

Enhancement to your expertise

1.45

Content and supplementary material

1.18

How will you use what you have learned today?
To empower me to keep believing that deaf pupils can have a quality linguistic experience.
Implement bi-lingual methods into own teaching methods.
Will be useful in daily work especially the glossaries.
I will pass it on to my colleagues for discussion etc.
To improve my understanding in the classroom situation.
To inform best practice in the further education sector. To enhance the BSL content of our website.
Pass this information on to my colleagues at work.
Think the practical use will be in future when glossary is fully developed, but already can use sign vocabulary.
Bilingual glossary project particularly useful. Would use with pupils to look at definitions.
Offer learned information to my work place.
I will update my BSL for Maths! Especially "even", "odd", "decimal places".

How would you rate the following: Excellent = 1; Poor = 5

Clarity of presentation

1.18

Pacing of course/event

1.18

What was best about the course/event?
Bi-lingual glossaries.
The morning session was very informative.
Gerry's presentation.
F Barnes - more staff who are deaf.
So inspiring!  Brilliant ideas for conveying difficult vocabulary and abstract concepts.  Good ideas from England about best practice.
Everything was excellent.
All presenters well prepared, articulate and interesting. Loved to hear the deaf perspective.
Bilingual glossary information.
Gerry Hughes' presentation.
First part.
Different concept of signing for each school subject!

What, if anything, could have been improved about the course?
More discussion.
Opportunities for small group discussions/tasks.
Nothing for improvement.
Please introduce the interpreters! They do a great job!
Everything was OK. Meeting other people and discussing different aspects of deaf education.
Handouts.
More audience participation in second section.
Nothing(x2).

Any other comments regarding the course?
Excellent information well presented.
Brilliant stuff! Exceeded my expectations. Very high standard of presenter.
Such an enjoyable day.
Well planned and executed - maybe at one point would be interesting to have a deaf pupil give their views on the glossary/educational experience.
Really enjoyable.
Excellent course/very interesting!

Location and Venue
Convenient location for this course: No Response 5; Yes 7; No

Excellent = 1; Poor = 5

Convenience of venue

1.42

Quality of venue

1.25

Likely to attend if venue was used again: No Response 1; Likely 11; Less Likely

What other CPD training would you like the SSC to provide?
Assessment practicalities for deaf pupils.
Have to think about it.
Bilingualism policy - how to use it in school.
Using technology to support language and literacy.
Since this was very first one - I am not sure what other training you have. But I would like to be invited to others by you.
ANYTHING developing use of sign!!
Hearing awareness. 

Outcomes Assessment

If you are a teacher, how would you rate this course in relation to the following "Chartered Teacher Standard" components: very useful = 1; not useful = 5

your professional values and personal commitment

1.22

your professional knowledge and understanding

1.33

your professional and personal attributes

1.55