SEDL Publications Survey

Thank you for taking time to complete SEDL's publications survey for Literacy in Afterschool: An Instructor's Guide to the Afterschool Training Toolkit.

Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions about the quality, utility, and impact of the document. Definitions of Quality are included at the bottom of the page to assist you.


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the document overall?

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the organization of the document?

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the timeliness of the document?

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the presentation of the document?



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How do you rate the document for

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meeting your needs?


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Indicate the extent to which the document has had the following impact(s):
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Increased your awareness of important new skills and knowledge.

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Informed decision-making and planning.

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Changed or enhanced the quality of professional practice.

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Positively affected student performance.






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Definitions of Quality

Overall Quality Its collective value, merit, worth, and relevance; the degree to which it embodies currently accepted professional standards.
Organization The extent to which its design is logical, orderly, and systematic so as to maximize learning.
Timeliness The relevance of content to current or emerging educational problems or issues; reflects the best and most recent available knowledge drawn from research and practice.
Presentation Its appearance, the "look and feel" (e.g., the structure/format, the level of detail; the font size for a print product, the sound quality for an audiotape, the pace and overheads for a training session).
Meeting Client Needs The extent to which it addresses a clearly defined purpose, audience, and need; addresses the needs of diverse learners.

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