Wildsight Educator Feedback

Winter Wonder Educator Feedback Form

This is for Wildsight educators who have delivered Winter Wonder programs. If you are a classroom teacher, please fill out the teacher feedback form.

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  • Thanks all you great Winter Fairies, for another great season! The Winter Wonder program continues to be popular, successful and to get rave reviews. Record number of programs this year! Please submit this evaluation so we can continue to make it better.
  • What were the best lessons, activities, concepts? What worked best with this age-group, what activities did you add or discover, and what was most challenging?
  • Where did you go for most of your outings? (School yard, Regional Park, etc) Was it easy to make it work just a short walk from the school?

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