St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
The Best Practices for Field Days (BPFD) Assessment Tool provides systematic
observation methods to evaluate the success of Field Days in meeting intended
educational outcomes. It uses evaluator observations to help organizers improve
learning conditions and to help presenters develop their skills. Using this assessment
tool will improve programs and enhance the student experience.
Carlson, S., & University of Minnesota. Extension Service. (2009). Best practices for field days : Assessment tool and observation protocol. St. Paul, Minn.]: University of Minnesota Extension.
Best Practices for Field Days;
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Carlson, Stephan; Heimlick, Joe; Martin, Storksdieck.
Best practices for field days : assessment tool and observation protocol.
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