Workshops


Global Issues Evaluator Training - Webinar
Part 1 - Wednesday 10 May 4pm - 5pm AEST (Melbourne Time)

Part 2 - Wednesday 17 May 4pm - 5pm AEST (Melbourne Time)

Understanding the evaluation process in any section of the Future Problem Solving significantly improves the competitors’ performance. The Global Issues evaluator training applies to the GIPS learning option and it relevant to the CmPS learning option. It is available to coaches and senior students.

The two part online webinar  work through the six steps of the Future Problem Solving evaluation procedures using a training booklet. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants submit an assessment of a booklet for evaluation to be accepted as a Qualified National Evaluator. Once qualified, evaluators are able to immediately register to evaluate Global Issues booklets for 2017.

Part 1: The Evaluation process, using the Evaluation Supplement Score Sheet for assessing problems and underlying problems.

Part 2: Evaluating solutions, criteria and action plans. Providing feedback. Completing the Evaluation Scoresheet.

The workshops will be held using the GoToTraining platform. Participants will be sent a link to the GoToTraining platform which attendees should download and install prior to participation, the email will also direct them to download material to prepare for the workshop. A copy of the presentation slides will be made available to each attendee and questions can be sent to the presenter prior to each session.

This workshop is designed for experienced coaches and senior students who wish to improve their performance in Future Problem Solving and become Qualified National Evaluators.

Cost: $90 (GST Inclusive) includes both sessions, Evaluators Booklet, Training Booklet, Scoring sheets, Assessment booklet and Slide Presentation, evaluation feedback and certificate.

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