Monday, June 9, 2008

2007-2008 Class Evaluation

Students please complete the class evaluation.

Please place your comments on this blog.

1. What did you like the most about this class?

2. What did you like the least about this class?

3. What was the most important thing you learned from this class?

4. If you taught this class next year, what would you change to make it better?

15 comments:

Tai said...

Taisha Blair
Pd. 2
6/10/08

1. What I liked most about this class is that we got to work independently. I like that i wasn't being continually watched over my shoulder as if I was in middle school.

2. The thing I liked least about the class was that if we were coming close to finishing a project, more would be added to it and it would make the project drawn out as if there were no other creative things that we could have done.

3. The most important thing I learned from this class is not computer related. Ms.Williams taught me to be self aware and to be observing of my surroundings.

4. I would make the projects more exciting so that the students would be more engaged. Also, I would take the students opinions on what they might like to do as a project through out the year (being a branch off of what I introduced).

youngkanye22 said...

1- I liked working on Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. That is knowledge that I can take to any job and apply to right away.
2- I did not like us having to do more work that was already giving to us. It is not about preparing us for the real world, but trying to keep us on topic until we finished the fist assignment.
3- Like I said, Microsoft PowerPoint was important to me since I want to study business. In business, you make lots of presentations and it taught me some things that I can use to convey my messages to my bosses.
4- I would teach Microsoft Publisher to the classes to that all students can put that they are efficient at Microsoft Office.

Jani said...

1.What I liked most about this class is the fact that I got enough time to complete assignments and that you give us the option of completing our projects etc. to our liking.

2. The thing I liked least about the class was that you sometimes swayed off topics.For example, if we were doing our community project you would add last minute things to it even if we were almost finished.

3. The most important thing I learned from this class is to always stay on task and always manage my time properly.I also learned to be more assertive and prompt in whatever I am doing. Thank you MS. Williams!!

4. I would ask for the children's opinions on what topic suits them best when completing projects.If I proposed a topic, I would ask the students if they approved or disapproved. Topics that might prove interesting to you may not be so interesting to others.

Nally {Mz.X} said...

1) What I liked most about this class is that II got a chance to expand my learning on many of the programs on the computer. I also like the fact that you let each one of us work independently so that we can express our own creative ideas.

2) The thing I liked least about the class was that you would start talking on a subject and say that it would only be two minutes, but you eventually end up taking the whole period.

3) The most important thing I learned from this class is that i need to go beyond my barriers. Ive learned to expand my thoughts and think outside the box.

4)I would allow the kids to have some type of input on the projects that we have in class.

nayah25 said...

Shanayah
Pd 3
6/11/08

1. I really didn't like anything about this class.

2. The thing i liked least about this class is this on-going blog project we should have just stuck with what we were doing in the beginning of the year.

3. I didn't really learn anything important all the things we did I already learned in Jr. high school.

4. I would make the class more exciting and give the students ample amount of time to finish them and not tell them to finish them over a break. I would also give projects that us teens today find interesting

nayah25 said...

Shanayah
Pd 3
6/11/08

1. I really didn't like anything about this class.

2. The thing i liked least about this class is this on-going blog project we should have just stuck with what we were doing in the beginning of the year.

3. I didn't really learn anything important all the things we did I already learned in Jr. high school.

4. I would make the class more exciting and give the students ample amount of time to finish them and not tell them to finish them over a break. I would also give projects that us teens today find interesting

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King Dr3 said...

Andre Aiken
Period 2
6/12/08

1. I liked that the class was able to use computers and worked independently.

2. The thing i liked least was projects were not always exciting and strecthed out over long periods of time.

3. The most important thing I learned in this class was in life, everything is not always going to go your way.

4. I would make projects more oriented towards the interest of the students while still keeping it educational in a way.

T@Z, !T !S W@T !T @!NT said...

What i liked most about this class was that at the begining we had free fridays and we worked independently. The way you picked on people and when you started a project and wanted it to be how you wanted it was what i liked the least abot this class. the most important thing i learned in this class was to listen before speaking and make sure that my point is clear although that has nothing to do with the class. i would suggest that you make projects that you give clear and dont just keep adding on to the project as it goes along because people can start to get confused.also you can allow the students to take part in creating the projects that they have to do and you should learn to listen and not be contradictive when you speak so that students dont have to argue and fuss.

Kareem's Blog said...

1. What did you like the most about this class? I didn't like anything in this class


2. What did you like the least about this class? The teaching


3. What was the most important thing you learned from this class?
blogging i guess


4. If you taught this class next year, what would you change to make it better? Actually listen to the students and teach a class on computers not on stupid blogging

Dat-boi-mak ya-digg said...

Truthfully i hated this class. I didnt find any new knoledge in this class and you didnt look after the students who needed help. I found you to be very difficult when it comes to instrucions because you just dont know how to speak to people. I sincerly think that you need to stop teaching technology because you obviously dont know 2 things about Computers. Blogging is not learning about computers. You need help and im glad im out of your class

Eiman

Boogz said...

Jaylene Ashby
Pd. 3

1. What I liked most about this class was learning more about each of programs such as power point and excel. I also enjoyed doing the blogs even though sometimes I didn't like some of the assignments.

2.What I least liked about this class was not having enough time to complete assignments that required a good amount of time to do, such as the power point presentation.

3. The most important thing that I learned in this class is that you have to have patience if you wanna get things done correctly.

4. I would make the assignments more interesting for the students so that way they won't complain and deadlines would be met.

Kathy said...

Katherine Ceron
pd.3

1. What i liked most about this class is that we got to work independently. I also liked learning how to use power point.

2. The thing i liked least about the class was that every time we had a project you would always add extra things to it. You would always give us another project on top of that one we already had.

3. The most important thing i learned in this class was how to manage my time properly. Since we did work independently it was easy for me to lose focus and not do my work. I also learned how to use power point which will help me in college.

4. I would let the students decide as a class what type of projects they would like to do.

gEoRgiE said...

Hmmmm Computer Class...
What i like most baout the class was the general idea in which i was able to use the computer and sharpen my skills, making me even more proficient. I enjoyed the class atmosphere as well. It was a very relaxed class for the most part and so i could not complain so much.

What i disliked most about the class was the projects. All the projects seemed to draw onto a historical or political standpoint, and i didn't enjoy that. Nothing seemed to focus on modern and younger themed idealogies. Sadly, I was disinterested in the class, as a result of my age and senior status. It jus seems as if this class should be targeted to the less computer savvy, and younger age group.

The most important thing that I learned about this class was that despite MS. wiliams ecentric, and crazy tendencies, at the heart of her, is a docile and gentle soul, who genuinely loves teaching, and sharing her zest for life.

TIPS:
THINK YOUNG MS. WILLIAMS.
THINK NOW
THINK CURRENT
THINK VIVID.
YOU ARE TEACHING TEENAGERS!!! NOT THE ELDERLY

Romona said...

1. What I like most about this class were the engaging conversations and interesting talks. You are a funny teacher and this kept me laughing consistently. Also, I was able to use more computer programs and the accessibility of information was at my fingertips. Our independent work, pushed me to work harder because I could only rely on myself.

2. What I liked least about this class is the due dates for assignments. Initially you gave assignments only a few days before they were due. Students were rushing to complete assignments and when they were finished it wasn't their best work ad their grades reflected this. Then as the year progressed, projects were drawn out and more details needed to be added to it. This became very tedious and uninteresting thus students didn't do it because they felt that it was overdo.

3. The most important thing I learned while I was enrolled in this class is about the computer applications. I am now exposed and familiar with Microsoft Office Tools and programs like Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. Similarly how to open a new page when on the internet, Ctrl + T, and to change from a program without closing it is Alt + Tab; lastly, to open up Windows Task Manager so that you can discontinue programs is Ctrl + Alt + Delete. Working on the internet with the blogs allowed me to use audacity, make slideshows and able to put hyper links on certain phrases so that it can direct to the website.

4. Projects would be more garnered to what teenagers like, incorporating music, fashion and the media. Also, there would be an even amount of group and independent projects with ample time to fully complete it to the best of our abilities. One thing I wont change is your humor, lol, you are very funny to me, so this peaks my interested.