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Rendezvous 2017 End of Meeting Survey

Purpose: Please reflect on the Rendezvous experience and let us know what worked and what needs improvement. Your input is valuable to us as we plan future Rendezvous events. We would like you to enter your name below, but your responses to this survey will be kept confidential. This will improve our ability to evaluate the program by allowing us to link information about your Rendezvous experience to your responses to other evaluation instruments. The evaluators will remove any name in association with survey responses and will then share aggregated verbatim comments from all participants' responses with the Rendezvous convener(s). We may use direct quotes to illustrate important points in project reports, professional publications,or conference presentations, as described in the Rendezvous evaluation, but when individual quotes are used, any identifying information will be removed to protect anonymity.

Your Information



What was your role at Rendezvous? Check all that apply:










Your Rendezvous Experience

Which morning workshop(s) did you attend at Rendezvous?

Learning

For each type of session you attended, how useful was it in supporting your learning?
























What will you do differently in the next year as a result of attending the Rendezvous?

Logistics
Program Format

The intent of the Rendezvous format was to offer a set of activities that would allow participants to create a customized experience where participants could synthesize and integrate their learning across these different types of activities.







Returning Rendezvous Participants

If you did not previously attend Rendezvous, please skip ahead to the questions in the Community of Practice section.

If you did attend previously:


If yes (you have had interactions with someone you met at Rendezvous), in what ways have you interacted? (Choose as many that apply)









Community of Practice

Wenger (2004) defines community of practice as groups of people who share a concern or interest related to something they do and they learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. One of the goals of Rendezvous was to deepen and broaden a community of practice.

Please select the types of ongoing supports that would benefit you in sustaining a community of practice in between annual Rendezvous meetings?







ChallengesWhat barriers did you have to overcome in order to attend Rendezvous? (Choose as many as apply):





Suggestions

This was the third Rendezvous and we are eager for your feedback and suggestions for how to improve.





Overall

Demographics

Teaching and learning about earth education is an endeavor undertaken by a wide variety of professionals in different fields. We would like to know from what fields of study Rendezvous participants are coming.




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