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    • Evaluating Instructional Technology
      • Assessment standards
      • Technology Representation
      • Evaluating Instrument (Observation)
      Done by:
      - HilalAlmaamri (85497)
      - HaithamAlsheyadi (85753)
    • Part1: Assessment standards:
      Pedagogical aspects:
      Motivation and Interactivity:
      • Approach is appropriate for the intended student population.
      • Format is varied.
      • Overall tenor of interaction is helpful.
      • Student is an active participant in the learning process.
      • Graphics and audio are used to motivate.
      • Graphics help focus attention to appropriate content without being distracting.
    • Part1: Assessment standards:
      Pedagogical aspects:
      Accuracy of content:
      • Content is accurate.
      • Content is current.
      • Content breadth is reasonable.
      • Content is free of any bias or stereotyping.
      • Content supports the school curriculum.
      • Content is relevant to the subject field.
    • Part1: Assessment standards:
      Technical aspects:
      Navigation:
      • Learner can alter program sequence and pace.
      • Learner can review instructions and previous frames.
      • Learner can end activity any time and return to main menu.
      • Learner can enter program at different points.
      • The look is consistent throughout the software.
    • Part1: Assessment standards:
      Technical aspects:
      Simulations:
      • Simulation model is valid and neither too complex nor too simple for intended student population.
      • Variables used in the simulation are the most relevant.
      • Program simulates activities that can be too difficult to demonstrate in reality.
      • The time needed to complete both a step and the entire simulation is reasonable and effective.
      • Encourages decision making or calculation rather than guessing.
    • Part1: Assessment standards:
      Technical aspects:
      Documentation:
      • Technical and operational explanations for implementation are clear and complete.
      • If appropriate, "quick start-up" section is included.
      • Accurate and clear descriptions of content topics are provided.
      • Accurate and clear descriptions of instructional activities are provided.
      • Necessary information can be found quickly and easily.
    • Part2: Technology Representation
      Software Name:
      Crocodile physics from Crocodile Clips which uses "constructional" approach for teaching and learning.
      Description: Crocodile physics, is an international professional simulation software in the physics field of experiments consists of many equipment to do experiments in optics, electronics, motion & force and waves which user can easily drag from the tools list and use.
    • Part2: Technology Representation
      Features:
      1-Involve students into learning process. 2-Compress time or slow down processes. 3-Save money and resources. 4-Make experimentation safe. 5-Make impossible situations possible and controllable. 6-Let student repeat events as many times as they want.
    • Part2: Technology Representation
      Objectives:1- The provided software will encourage student to learn. 2- Teachers will be able prepare at home. 3- help the teacher enhance learning process. 4- prevent users from any dangers which could happen in the real lap . 5- provide, easily and perfectly, experiments student can’t see in the real lap
      like nuclear and atomic experiments. 6- provide schools with an alternative material replacing the real traditional lap
      which is dangerous and costs a lot.
    • Part2: Technology Representation
      Methodology:Teacher role:1- Introduce the software for students properly. 2-Identify objective beyond using the software.3-Teach students how to use the software.4- Select appropriate topic for students to work in using the software.5-Monitoring the effectiveness of the software through the feedback he get from students
      Student role:1-applay physics concepts and rules in the simulated lap software.2-Practice using the provided software.3-Use the functions and applications of the software properly.4-innovate new higher mental skills and ideas using the software.
    • Part2: Technology Representation
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    • Part3: Evaluating Instrument (Observation):