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You may then give me your completed workbook and quietly leave the classroom. Those not participating in the evaluation can also quietly leave the classroom at this time. (Quickly proof social security number on front of workbook for clarity before you allow the participant to leave the room.) Thank you for your help.
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Step 5: Document any deviations from this script or questions asked by participants below . If no deviations or questions occurred, write “NONE.” Step 6: Place this document and the participant packets in the large envelope provided. Please give this envelope to Darrin Carr or place it in the bin labeled Darrin’s CTI Workbook Evaluation on top of the CA Mailboxes in the Career Advisor office.
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Script (Third Data Collection) Section: _________ Confederate Name: ___________________________ Please do not read evaluation materials or deviate from the script. Please minimize all communication with participants and document any exchanges at the end of this script. Materials: This Script Yellow Form Regular Career Thoughts Inventory Debriefing Form Number 2 Pencils (additional pencils can be obtained from Jamie) Time Required : 30 minutes Step 1: Introduction Good Morning/Afternoon. My name is ___________ and I will be working with you today to evaluate a workbook on career thoughts that you may use later in this course. It is important that you listen closely and carefully follow my instructions for the next few minutes. Step 2: Pass out the yellow form and a pencil to each student in the room . Please leave these yellow sheets face down until I ask you to turn them over. Does everyone have a yellow sheet and a pencil? If yes continue with Step 2. Step 3: Students write their social security numbers on the yellow form . Please turn over the yellow paper. Find the blank in the upper left corner labeled “SSN:”: In this blank, carefully print your social security number. (pause) Has everyone written their social security number? If yes, continue with Step 3. Step 4: Students complete the yellow form . When I ask you to begin, please read and follow the instructions. When you are finished you should have filled in blanks for each of the 8 items on the page. Make sure all of your writing is neat. And that you have written a response for each of the 8 items in the blanks provided. Since we are evaluating the workbook, I can not give you further instructions or answer your questions. Simply try your best to follow the directions. Remember, we are evaluating the workbook not you. When you are finished, you may give me your completed yellow sheet and quietly leave the classroom. On your way out I will give you a debriefing packet and a Career Thoughts Inventory you are to complete and bring
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to your instructor conference. Be sure to complete the Career Thoughts Inventory before you read the debriefing packet. Please begin work on the yellow sheet.
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