SEE ATTACHED FILE FOR POWER POINT. PLEASE ADDRESS A-D THEN THE RESPONDING TO THE TEACHER AT THE BOTTOM
Evaluate the PowerPoint presentation of your assigned classmate.
Your evaluation should address the following:
PLEASE JUST ANSWER THESE A-D ONLY
a. What was the biggest take-away from your classmate’s presentation?
b. What was something new that you learned from your classmate’s presentation?
c. Ask at least one question regarding the content of the presentation (unrelated to style or mechanics)
d. Offer at least one suggestion for content improvement. Be sure to support your suggestion by referring to either course materials or outside reading.
RESPONDING TO THE TEACHER
Good PowerPoint presentation! According to Gadzikowski (2013, Sec. 10.3, para. 7), “The best source of power in advocacy is information. Effective advocates for children create, collect, and organize information about the issues and use that information to support their positions when communicating with leaders and policy makers. Early childhood administrators are in a unique position to serve as advocates because they have contact with children every day and can see directly how policies and legislation affect families. As leaders, early childhood administrators also have access to information about trends in the field, research on best practice, and the priorities of professional organizations like the NAEYC.”