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1. What was the main take-home point you got out of the video?
2. Are there any ways that you think the discussion/teaching around the video could be improved to help you get more out of participating in such a session?
3. Overall, what do you think is the main impact this session has had or will have on you? Will you do anything differently because of this session?
4. How does this session fit in with your regular curriculum? Is it complementary? Redundant? What, if anything, was unique about this video compared to any other teaching activities/tools you’ve experienced?
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On a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the most valuable, how valuable a tool do you think this is?
On a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the most valuable, how valuable a tool do you think this could be?
INSTRUCTORS: please spend 5 more minutes answering these 2 questions:
Were these films effective, why or why not?
Would you use these films again, why or why not?