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Online Course Evaluation Rubric

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Online Course Evaluation Rubric (created for an assignment in EDTECH 522

Online Course Evaluation Rubric (created for an assignment in EDTECH 522

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  • 1. RUBRIC - EVALUATION OF ONLINE COURSESI used the rubric from http://www.evalutech.sreb.org/criteria/online.asp (with some modifications). I addedthe technical aspect at the bottom as the site suggested. CRITERIA Florida Gulf Coast University of Washington Educational US Army, University: Principles Outreach SkillSoft of Online Design Energy, Diet, and Weight (http://www.fgcu.ed (http://www.outreach.washington.edu/o u/onlinedesign/) penuw/asp/transform.asp?course=Energ y&xml=energy_intro1)GENERAL: Is Course accredited? Is Coursedocumentatio n present? Is course aligned tooriginal states academic standards?TEACHINGSITE: Technicalrequirements for student access aredocumented? Access to learning resources available? Teacher credentials are verifiedand in place?Asynchronous and/orsynchronous interaction between teacher-to- student or student-to- student Course has
  • 2. been field tested Online and offlineactivities areavailable tothe studentSTUDENTSITE: All qualified students are given equal opportunity for course enrollment Sitefacilitator/coo rdinator istrained and in place Provision is made forstudents with special needs Quality control and assessment procedures are in place for both studentparticipation/ behavior and coursedelivery/quali ty Proceduresare in place to guarantee security of student work Just-in-time technical support is available to student and facilitator
  • 3. COURSECONTENT/OBJECTIVES: Syllabus is available andunderstandabl e Instructional goals, objectives,strategies, anevaluation are aligned tostate/national standards Instructional and learning goals are clearly defined for student Course promotes active learning through student interaction with class peers and/or worldwide peers Course organization is coherent, sequential in manner Course is designed to take advantage of the unique applications for online deliveryMedia used is relevant and
  • 4. appropriate for course Assignments are clear andunderstandabl e to the student and site coordinators Course provides activeresponses and feedback to student on activity responsesTEACHERINTERACTION: Course istaught in such a way as topromote trustand teamwork between teacher and student and among studentsVarious levels of teacher control are planned and teacher guides and monitors students inlower control assignments Teacher models standards foraccountability and appropriate online
  • 5. interaction Teacheraddresses and supports individual student needs, skills, and knowledge Teacher provides timely, specific, and authentic feedback Teacher provides criteria for grading andweighting for each assignment. Teacher provides privatecommunicatio n to students when appropriate Course is evaluated ona regular basis and revisions documented Instructional materials are reviewedperiodically to ensure they continue tomeet program standards Course evaluation included: Technical design
  • 6. Curriculum alignmentRigor, depth,and breadth Studentperformance Studentparticipation and interactionRECORDKEEPING: Studentperformance data isdocumented(such as timeto complete, questionanalyses, and final score) and savedStudent data is sent to course managerTECHNICALASPECTS: NavigationPresentation

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