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* 1. Date of session

Date

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* 2. Please enter trainier(s) name and location of training

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* 3. Is your program participating in Pyramid Model Cohort 1 or 2?

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* 4. Program affiliation (check the one that best suits you):

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* 5. Position (check the one that best suits you):

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* 6. County(s) you serve (check all that apply):

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* 7. Number of children ages 0-5 you serve, directly or indirectly (if you are an administrator or trainer):

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* 8. Section One: Prior Knowledge

  None Limited Moderate Extensive
Which of the following best describes your knowledge of the TPITOS before the training?
Which of the following best describes your knowledge of the Pyramid Model before the training?
Section Two: How much do you agree or disagree with each statement?

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* 9. Training objectives and content:

  Strongly Disagree Disagree No opinion Agree Strongly Agree
The objectives of the workshop were clearly explained
Overall the workshop met its objectives
The materials were useful in the training
Following this training, I feel prepared to conduct an observation within a classroom

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* 10. The trainer was...

  Strongly Disagree Disagree No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree
Knowledgeable about the TPITOS and Pyramid Model
Responsive to participants' questions and needs
Well-organized
Able to present the material in an understandable way

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* 11. Current Knowledge

  None Limited Moderate Extensive
Which best describes your knowledge of TPITOS after the training?
Which best describes your knowledge of the Pyramid Model after the training?

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* 12. Section Three:

  Not at all Satisfied Somewhat Satisfied Satisfied Highly Satisfied
Taking everything into account, which of the following best reflects your level of satisfaction with the training received?

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* 13. Please provide any comments related to what you liked best about the workshop or suggestions for improvement:

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