There are no recent bookmarks.

Teacher Evaluation

Dear Teacher, we’re glad your students attended this program. Please return this evaluation immediately (cultural organizations are not paid without evaluations). We value your opinion! – United Arts



Cultural Organization

Cultural Program Provided

Program Datetime

Program Date(s)
Program Time(s)
  • Lesson Plans Received


# Classes
# Students
Grade Levels
Contact Information (Optional)

Teacher name/Filled out by
Contact Phone
Email Address
  • 1. The lesson plans were adequate to prepare students. (If not received, leave blank.)
  • 2. The program correlates to the Florida Sunshine State Standards.
  • 3. The program was appropriate for the students (content, length, etc)
  • 4. The presenter engaged the students, helping them learn.
  • 5. How likely are you to return to this program with another group?
  • 6. How valuable was this experience for your students? Explain below
7. How will you integrate this learning experience into your classroom lesson planning?

Help available for...
Orange County School District teachers: Scott Evans, Fine Arts Coordinator, at 407-317-3200 x2002769 or

Osceola County School District teachers: Debbie Fahmie, Fine & Performing Arts Specialist, at 407-346-2444 or

Lake County School District teachers: Woodham, Program Specialist, at 352-742-6909 or

Seminole County School District teachers: Mary Lane, Curriculum Specialist, at 407-320-0192 or

8. How did the booking process go and do you have any suggestions for how to make it easier for teachers?
9. Additional comments/suggestions?

“My favorite part was all of it. She was so good, I didn’t want her to go.“

- Zoey (3rd Grade), Wilkes Elementary Classroom Teacher, describing Resident Teaching Artist Vicky Edmonds

“Something new to me was learning I can move my body like a sea creature.”

- Cypress (2nd Grade), Wilkes Elementary Classroom Teacher, describing Resident Teaching Artist Karen Harp-Reed

“We connect the mosaic tiling to geometry (area, perimeter, and spatial reasoning). One of the greatest parts of this is seeing the kids who are typically more “right brained” shine and lead the class. This taps into areas of the brain that a majority of the kids are not used to using. Starting with a smaller tile and then using the larger one is a great way to scaffold the activity.”

– Erin Graham, Susan Knottnerus, Ordway 3rd grade Classroom Teachers, describing Resident Teaching Artist Tim Lowell

“…because it allows ALL students to have an opportunity to explore dance, as some of our students might not get that chance otherwise…they learned that they can express themselves and their creativity in many different ways… so important to their overall development and appreciation of their capabilities.”

– Megan Berg Blakely Elementary Kindergarten Classroom Teacher, describing Resident Teaching Artist Gary Reed