WebQuest

Navigating Online Learning for Knowledge Transformation

Evaluation

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Evaluation is needed to improve teaching design and practice. Two types are referred to as formative evaluation, i.e. as used in student assessments and evaluations used in making decisions (for example, for purposes of promotion) are referred to as summative evaluations of teaching effectiveness. The evaluation model that I think if relevant in my eLearning module is the CIPP Evaluation Model. 

In the context of evaluating learning technology the CIPP model:
  • considers sustainability the lasting effects of instruction implementation on students and lecturers and how it is utilized and maintained for teaching and learning purposes.
  • measures transportability of the changes in teaching and learning and questions improved effects directly attributed or associated to the implementation
  • checks whether the program achieves the intended and unintended benefits, effectiveness
  • assesses whether the impact deployment of teaching and learning has a direct effect on the lecturers and students,

The acronym CIPP represents:
Context - What needs to be done?
Input - How should it be done?
Product evaluation - Did it succeed? For example impact, effectiveness, sustainability, and transportability.
Process - Is it being done?

Rubric for Navigating the WebQuest 
Accurate Navigation of WebQuest-(50 pts total)

4-Excellent (95-100%)

3-Good (95-85%)

2-Fair (85-75%)

1-Unsatisfactory (75-0%) 

Introduction of Concept Exemplar (15 points)

  • The exemplar grabbed attention at the beginning
  • The exemplar grabbed attention in the second step of beginning
  • The exemplar grabbed attention in the middle
  • The exemplar grabbed attention at the end.

Depth/Body of Concept Exemplar (10 points)

  • The exemplar was robust and thoroughly discussed the concept 
  • The exemplar was robust but did not thoroughly discuss the concept
  • The exemplar was somewhat robust and somewhat discussed the concept
  • The exemplar was somewhat robust but did not discuss the concept

Answered Focus Information (10 points)

  • The concepts related to the assigned topic and allow the reader to understand the exemplar completely
  • The concepts related to the assigned topic and allowed the reader to understand much more about the exemplar
  • The concepts related to the assigned topic but allowed the reader to understand only a little more about the exemplar
  • The concepts related to the assigned topic, but the reader was still confused about the exemplar 

Peer feedback on Presented Concept Map (10 points)

  • Concept map was presented accurately and easily.
  • Concept map was presented but had some disorganization of the concept.
  • Concept map was presented on time and more difficult to follow.
  • The concept was not presented in time and concepts were not easy to follow.

Correct Grammar/Punctuation (5 points)

  • There are no spelling or punctuation errors. 
  • There are 1-2 spelling or punctuation errors.
  • There are 3-4 spelling or punctuation errors.
  • There are more than 4 spelling or punctuation errors.









Rubric

# Rubric for Concept Map Points Score
Focus Criteria Points Total Points for Map
Identify 5 pieces of accurate information from the WebQuest related to the concept of “Thinking.” Used the online links in the WebQuest. 10
Determine how the information you have interpreted relates to the concept. Refer to the content using web quest, didactic content, online websites/content. 5
Post examples of a completed concept map to at least 2 other class groups for feedback on work using interrelated concepts. Uses accurate examples of information about the concept and accurately creates/posts a concept map. 5

Total Score: /20

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