How evaluation impacts the regenerative process?
We don’t believe in assigning grades since it is a one-dimensional method that evaluates the ability to remember information, not an indicative measure of the impact of education on a person. Additionally, labeling answers as right or wrong does not provide a significant impact on the learning process.
That is why our evaluations are a way for students and facilitators to reflect and respond from their own points of view, experiences, needs, and motivations. They are designed to give individual feedback to each person according to their own process. With these evaluations, users strengthen the learning process, life skills, emotional intelligence, and achievement of the Global Goals and targets.
We create evaluations for students and facilitators.
All of the Activity Books and Pedagogical Guides have a QR code to access the evaluations digitally.
Each participant has the freedom to respond by writing, using images, audio, videos, or in the manner that is most accessible to them.
How does the evaluation process work?
Users respond to a foundational evaluation before the regenerative experience.
Participants respond to second evaluation at the end of regenerative experience. We use the results to measure the changes and impacts.
Our team evaluates responses to both evaluations and write a personalized letter to every user, celebrating their achievements and provides reflections as guidance for evolving. We also take comments into consideration to evolve our educational practices and products.
We systematize the data from the evaluations to produce institutional reports and educational plans for regeneration.
We personalize evaluations to track specific skills and adapt them to institutional projects or the needs of the educational context.
We personalize evaluations to measure the impact of regenerative education over a longer period of time.
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4 components that evaluate different indicators
Learning process and knowledge application
Active cognitive commitment: actively listen and participate.
Motivation: emotionally adapt to the topic, personally identify with the subject to favor learning.
Comprehension: scrutinize details, the why, the essence of the topic.
Systematization: own the knowledge, skills, and values.
Application: apply new knowledge and skills in the real world.
Feedback: know how to receive and apply feedback.
What do our evaluation scales look like?
To measure the impact of the regenerative experience, we use a scale to evaluate how participants weave the skills from our components with regenerative thinking. In other words, we track how the students practice their skills to manifest ideas, actions, and projects that participate in regenerative movements for the planet.
Nascent responses are those that need nutrition and care in order to optimize conditions for germinating.
Basic answers are those that have started to form roots, but are still scattered.
Sustainable responses are those that have rooted thought and emerging actions in the earth; they maintain a state of balance.
Regenerative answers are those that expand the strength of their roots to blossom and fruit, pollinate, and contribute to the evolution of ecosystems.