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Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
Online course evaluation
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Online course evaluation

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This is an assignment for my TEC969 course with Fresno Pacific University, in which I was asked to upload a presentation on online evaluation. I'm trying to figure out how to record and sync an MP3 …

This is an assignment for my TEC969 course with Fresno Pacific University, in which I was asked to upload a presentation on online evaluation. I'm trying to figure out how to record and sync an MP3 file.

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  • 1. Online Course Evaluation<br />A proposal by Tari D. Hardy<br />
  • 2. Audience & Setting<br />Audience: This proposal is being presented to teachers who will be facilitating online courses.<br />Setting: Middle School/Grades 6-8<br />610 Students<br />34 Teachers<br />92% Hispanic; 7% Caucasian; 1% Other<br />A Title 1 Qualified (not participating) School<br />
  • 3. A Necessary Step<br />Online course evaluation is a necessary step toward insuring that our students receive the same high quality courses online as they would in the face-to-face classroom.<br />
  • 4. Why Evaluate?<br />To maintain standards-based integrity<br />To verify rigor<br />To be sure content is accessible through a variety of learning styles<br />To witness student-student and student-teacher interaction<br />
  • 5. Four-Point Scale<br />When evaluating using a scale of 1-4, please consider the following:<br />1 = no evidence<br />2 = developing<br />3 = meets<br />4 = exceeds<br />
  • 6. Quality Online Course Initiative<br />Information on the following slides has been taken from QOCI (Quality Online Course Initiative), and edited to meet the particular course requirements of our district. For further information on QOCI, please visit these websites:<br />Quality Online Course Initiative Rubric by Illinois Online Network is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.Based on a work at www.ion.uillinois.edu.Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.ion.uillinois.edu/about/staff.asp.<br />
  • 7. Information<br />A good online course must present the following information in a format that is readily accessible to the student:<br />Course Description<br />Instructor Information<br />Instructional Materials<br />Grading Policy<br />Technical Competencies<br />Code of Conduct<br />
  • 8. Learning Outcomes<br />Students will learn more if they’re made aware of their expected learning outcomes. Therefore, the following information should be available within the online course:<br />Course Goals and Objectives<br />Module Objectives<br />Purpose of Activities<br />
  • 9. Course Structure & Presentation<br />The following elements should be present during course presentation:<br />Sequence<br />Chunking<br />Multimodal Instruction<br />Presentation<br />Audio<br />Video<br />
  • 10. Integrity<br />All online courses must abide by copyright and fair use laws.<br />
  • 11. Proposal<br />When observing and evaluating online courses within our district, each of the above indicators will be rated on a scale of 1-4.<br />Teachers facilitating courses that meet or exceed expectations will be provided the support they need to continue their fine work.<br />Teachers facilitating courses scoring no evidence or developing will receive additional professional development and mentoring, along with follow-up reviews.<br />
  • 12. Any Questions?<br />Images by www.classroomclipart.com<br />

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