A Ministry of Listening

The purpose of this evaluation form is to gather information about your experience with this seminar. We use this feedback to make quality improvements in our programming. The information you share will remain confidential. At times we may publish cumulative data compiled through a group of evaluations but we will ask specific permission before citing any personal responses.

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Event: Introduction to Congregational Care 101: A Ministry of Listening Online Seminar

Date(s): July 8-August 2, 2013

 

1. How well did this seminar fulfill its learning objectives? To what degree did this learning experience develop or enhance your ability to:

a. Understand and practice foundational skills for providing Congregational Care?

Not at all | | Significantly

b. Reflect on theological perspectives of providing care to others?

Not at all | | Significantly

c. Recognize the importance of offering a caring presence?

Not at all | | Significantly

d. Listen in deeper ways, from different perspectives?

Not at all | | Significantly

e. Shift the focus of caring from "doing" to "being"?

Not at all | | Significantly

Comments on Learning objectives:

 

2. To what degree did this seminar help you fulfill your personal learning needs and goals?

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3. How well did the textbooks selected for this seminar contribute to your understanding of congregational care?

A Primer in Pastoral Care by Jeanne Stevenson-Moessner

Not at all | | Very Well

Listening and Caring Skills by John Savage

Not at all | | Very Well

4. How well did the videos selected for this seminar contribute to your understanding of congregational care?

Not at all | | Very Well

5. To what degree did you engage the readings and contribute to the dialogue?

Not at all | | Significantly

6. How do you feel about the amount of reading required for this seminar?” 

Too Little | | Too Much

7. How much of the assigned reading were you able to complete?”

None | | All

8. Did you feel comfortable sharing experiences and ideas?  What could make the seminar learning environment more conducive to this?

9. To what degree did the facilitator(s) help establish a reflective learning environment?

Not at all | | Very Well

10. Was the amount of facilitator feedback sufficient/appropriate?

Too Little | | Too Much

11. To what degree did the reflection and sharing of your colleagues contribute to your learning experience?

Not at all | | Significantly

12. In what ways might this seminar impact your work/ministry?

13. What suggestions would you have to improve this seminar?

14. Are there any books, articles, videos, or other resources that you would like us to consider using as additions to (or replacements for) the current seminar materials??

15. I would like to participate in the field test for the follow-up seminar, Introduction to Congregational Care 102: Boundaries, Referrals, and Self Care, September 9-October 4.

Yes | No  

16. I would like to continue to receive information about the Oates Institute's Congregational Care Network and future seminars.

Yes | No  

17. Any additional comments?