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  • Evaluating Educational Technology Project using ACTIONS MODEL Done by: Athra ALYazeedi (61542) Fatma ALNaabi(66754)
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  • Overview
    • Project Title: creating annual calendar using Desktop Publishing software.
    • Background: This project was designed to educate grade eight students in how to use Microsoft Publisher to create their own annual calendar.
  • Goal and Objectives
    • By the end of this lesson the Students will be able to:
    • Goal:
      • Create an annual calendar.
    • Enabling objectives:
      • Open the annual calendar from publisher catalog.
      • Change the annual calendar start and end date.
      • Change the annual calendar templates.
      • Change the annual calendar template colors.
      • Change the annual calendar fonts styles
      • Embed the events table.
  • Evaluation model & instrument
    • ACTION model proposed used to evaluate to evaluate the annual calendar project.
    • The evaluation concentrated in 3 parts:
      • Accessibility
      • Interactivity and User friendless
      • Teaching and Learning.
  • Evaluation model & instrument
    •   Access:
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • Do students have an access to the program CD?
      • Are the students equipped with the hardware requirements (computer, speakers, ..etc)?
      • Do students have the supportive software needed to run the program (e.g flash player)?
      • Is the program easy to run and use?
    • This aspect will be best evaluated using students’ survey.
  • Evaluation model & instrument
    • Teaching and Learning:
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • Do the instructional approach chosen appropriately to meet the students’ needs?
      • To what extent the program meet the learning objectives?
      • Is the content will adapted to the technology used?
      • How successfully the program develops the students required skills and knowledge?
      • Do the learning materials structured properly to the students’ capabilities?
    •   This aspect should be evaluated by achievement test and observation.
  • Evaluation model & instrument
    • Interactivity and user friendliness
    • The examiners should evaluate:
      • Does this technology support student-content interaction?
      • Does this technology support student-student interaction?
      • Does this technology support student-teacher interaction?
      • Does this technology support student-machine interaction?
      • Does the program easy to navigate and use?
      • Does the program interface reflect its content?
    • Is the program instructionally designed?