If it is one thing I drill into the kids, it's plan it, produce it, present it, and get feedback on it. The feedback is often the best part of the process...
Today...I received a letter with feedback on my presentation at UMF last month.
It was overwhelmingly positive! Here are some highlights:
The best presentation I have ever attended. Very valuable information and entertaining.
The best presentation of the day. I hope you continue this presentation in the future because I will recommend it to everyone I know.
This was the most valuable presentation of the whole workshop. Progressive, full of knowledge and resources, and it was inspirational for me as a pre-service teacher.
[Most useful to me were] the tools to improve my classroom and empowering my students.
[I learned that] authentic audience is key and it is ok to start small.
I've been introduced to several technologies that either I have never heard of or never thought to have used in the classroom.
I'm thrilled with these comments. This work is not tedious but it is dense and there are days I feel overwhelmed with the work load. So these comments are being published here for those days I wonder what the heck I got myself into.