In this report, you can see your scores on the different aspects that are linked to teaching in a high tech open learning environment. Scores include the promotion of 21st century skills of your students, your ability to use technological equipment, and your general ability to teach in an open learning environment.
Based on your scores, you get a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum label. A ‘best match’ selection of workshops is provided. These workshops will challenge you to improve your skills at your own pace. You can also choose another workshop from our collection. Workshops are assigned with a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum label for each aspects, so you can easily see what is at your level.
|Scoring self-efficacy:||Label||My results||Average results*|
|* Average results from 336 self-assessments|
|- of teacher|
|- stimulating students’ use|
|Teaching in Informal learning environment?|
My personal result number: mU12FxriPH
You may want to save (or print?) this unique code which corresponds to your personal TeachSTEM self-assessment results. When you revisit our self-assessment tool, you can enter it and go directly to selecting STEM workshops which would be most relevant to you.
Save this PDF file with your scores and profile. It contains a link which will always take you to a selection of workshops relevant to your scores. But remember that you can always take the test again and see if and where you have improved your skills!
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You can use the assessment tool as an evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses within your organization. Group analysis can start by doing the assessment of each member individually, and bringing the results together. Then you can discuss and evaluate the skills of your team and come up with a strategy to improve them. Results PDFs can be downloaded at the end of each individual assessment.