Ocean Acidification Lesson Evaluation

Thank you inviting Garden of the Salish Sea Curriculum to your classrooms. We hope you and your students enjoyed our program. Please complete our survey so we can make improvements to our curriculum. 

Name *
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The Lesson Plan connected to and built upon previous lessons *
The Lesson Plan connected to and built upon previous lessons
The lesson flow made it easy for students to understand and learn about the carbon cycle, why ocean acidification is occurring, and how they can help. *
The lesson flow made it easy for students to understand and learn about the carbon cycle, why ocean acidification is occurring, and how they can help.
The Power Point and teacher’s guide had adequate information to make the lesson easy to teach. *
The Power Point and teacher’s guide had adequate information to make the lesson easy to teach.
The allotted times for the lesson were accurate. *
The allotted times for the lesson were accurate.
The format of the teacher’s guide with pictures of the slides was helpful in following the Power Point.
The format of the teacher’s guide with pictures of the slides was helpful in following the Power Point.
The pH experiment helped students understand what is an acid and what is a base. *
The pH experiment helped students understand what is an acid and what is a base.
All students did the Human Smokestack. *
The pH experiment was simple enough for me to support it successfully. *
The pH experiment was simple enough for me to support it successfully.
I was able to evaluate student learning with the Sale of Two Cities Story Board. *
I was able to evaluate student learning with the Sale of Two Cities Story Board.
My students came away understanding how too much CO2 impacts our environment. *
My students came away understanding how too much CO2 impacts our environment.
My students came away empowered with ways they could make a difference. *
My students came away empowered with ways they could make a difference.