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    • Models of evaluation in educational technology Done by: Bader Al-Wardi 68709 Sluiman Al-Subihi 68703 Submitted to: Dr. Alaa Sadik
    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • Study Title: USING KIRKPATRICK’S FOUR-LEVEL-EVALUATION MODELTO EXPLORE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COLLABORATIVE ONLINE GROUP WORK.
      • Author: Colin Baskin
      • Teaching and Learning Development Unit
      • James Cook University, Australia
    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • Introduction of the Study:
      • the Study examines two cohorts of students. One cohort of 90 students completed a real time learning program integrating group dynamics and participative decision-making and the second cohort of 171 students completed the same course of study in an online environment.
      • The Goal of Study:
      • to explore student-learning outcomes related to online group work by using Kirkpatrick model.
      • The models used:
      • using a four level evaluation of learning model (Kirkpatrick, 1996) to explore student-learning outcomes related to online group work.
    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • The Findings of the Study:
      • 1- the real time student sample recorded a significantly higher satisfaction rating in some aspects of their group learning experiences than their online counterparts.
      • 2- the online group work model successfully supports group learning behaviors, transfer of these behaviors to practice, and improvement in learner behaviors at the enterprise level.
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    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Model (1975).
      • Level one: Reaction
      • 1- Students in both cohorts were asked to respond to six statements related to their understanding of the group work process and their perception of their peers.
      • 2- Responses were rated on a five point scale ranging from 1 = strongly agree to 5 = strongly disagree.
      • Its Findings:
      • The overall satisfaction level of both cohorts of students (Mean = 1.88). indicates that students in both the real time and online group settings remained highly satisfied with the group work experience.
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    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Model (1975).
      • Level Two: Evaluation
      • Its Findings:
      • tend to suggest that online learning groups and peer-assessment processes provide a translational learning model that is able to situate students within contemporary organizational learning processes.
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    • Models of evaluation in educational technology
      • Kirkpatrick’s Four-Level Model (1975).
      • Level Three: Behavior
      • Used as a check to see if the skills base underlying the pedagogy of online group work is actually being accessed and used by students
      • Its Findings:
      • Students benefit from exposure to learning opportunities that enable
      • them to observe how others authentically behave, act and perform in a group learning context.
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    • References 1-www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/melbourne01/pdf/ papers/baskinc.pdf   >