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    • “ Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Model” Asma Salim Al-Balushi SQU,COE,ILT Tech 4102 course [email_address]
      • Formation : January 2005
      • Type: Non-profit
      • Official languages : Multilingual
      • Chairman: Nicholas Negroponte
      • Website: http://www.laptop.org/
      • Mission: To create educational opportunities for the world's poorest children by providing each child with a rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptop with content and software designed for collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning
    • Evaluation model
      • Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Model (1975):
      • A four-step model used to evaluate technology-based training as well as traditional forms of delivery.
      • Reaction
      • Learning
      • Behavior
      • Results
      • how people felt? What is their first impression ?
      • Are people satisfied with the project?
      • Did kids like and enjoy the XO laptops?
      • Did people consider the project relevant to their needs?
      • Was it a good use of their time?
      • Did they like the shape of XO laptops?
      • Did countries participate in the project?
      • Were XOs provide Ease of use?
      • Is the Level of effort required to make the most of the learning is complicated ?
      • Any Perceived potential for applying the learning?
      • Did children learn what is intended to be taught?
      • Did the children experience what was intended for them to experience?
      • What is the level of improvement? What is the degree of change after applying the project?
      • Are teachers learning to use the laptops in their class-work, and if so how, how much, what ideas have they developed regarding integrating the laptops into their teaching?
      • Was there noticeable and measurable change in the activity and performance of the children when go to school?
      • Was the change in behavior and new level of knowledge continued?
      • Would the children be able to transfer their learning to a classmate or another person?
      • What are the parent’s attitudes to the children using the laptops ?
      • What are the community’s attitudes to the laptops ?
      • Is there any change in the way the community regards the school?
      • Are the results tending to be positive?
      • What are the educational impacts on students and community?
      • What are the effects on teacher-student relations?
        • How often children are using the laptops, using which activities, on their own and with others?
      • Is the community finding the laptops useful, not only in education?
    • References:
      • ‘ One Laptop Per Child’: the debate continues . Accessed online on 6/3/2010 : http://www.iicd.org/articles/one-laptop-per-child-the-debate-continues/?searchterm=OLPC
      • Formative Evaluation of OLPC Project : Nepal . Accessed online on 6/3/2010 : http://blog.olenepal.org/index.php/archives/321#more-321
      • Kenyan School Benefits from One Laptop Per Child Initiative. Accessed online on 6/3/2010:
      • http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/africa/Kenyan-School-Benefits-from-One-Laptop-Per-Child-Initiative--70636777.html#
      • kirkpatrick's learning and training evaluation theory. Accessed online on 6/3/2010: http://www.businessballs.com/kirkpatricklearningevaluationmodel.htm
      • OLPC Oceania/Evaluation . Accessed online on 6/3/2010: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Oceania/Evaluation
      • A Usability Study with Children: Testing OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) XO Interface. Accessed online on 6/3/2010 :
      • http://www.editlib.org/?fuseaction=Reader.ViewAbstract&paper_id=30696
      • One Laptop per Child (wikipedia). Accessed online on 6/3/2010 : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Laptop_per_Child
      • One Lap Top Per Child Report: Nepal . Accessed online on 6/3/2010:
      • http://flossed.org/node/23
      • OLPC . Accessed online on 6/3/2010:
      • http://www.laptop.org/en/vision/index.shtml