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    تقويم برنامج تقويم برنامج Presentation Transcript

    • Done by: Salah Al-Gheilani Saeed Al-Alawi
    • WINDOWS MOVE MAKER SOFTWARE
      • Software that includes tools to import, edit, manage, and share your digital home videos
    • OBSERVATION
      • Software Title:
      • Publisher:
      • Type of Software:
      • Platform (type of computer and system requirements):
      • Subject Area:
      • Objectives:
    • CON,,
      • Delivery Methods:
      • lessons/tutorial
      • drill 
      • review
      • simulation
      • testing
      • other:
    • USE WITH:
      • ( ) primary
      • ( ) Class ( ) junior
      • ( ) Small Group ( ) intermediate
      • ( )Individual ( ) secondary
      • ( ) without teacher ( ) other
    • Rating Code: 5-excellent 4-good 3-satisfactory 2-fair 1-poor 5 4 3 2 1 Educational Value and Pedagogy 1) Program is flexible for intended user(s) 2) Appropriate for classroom setting 3) Meets relevant educational needs 4) New terms are defined
    • 5) Student has chance to correct errors 6) Help is available 7) Material is presented clearly and interestingly 8) Branches to new information, reviews old information and adjusts feedback 9) Follows progression of skills
    • 10) Student response input is in a familiar manner 11) Student advances at appropriate speed 12) Criteria for advancing can be adjusted by teacher
    • No Yes Ease of Use 1) Clear, complete teacher documentation 2) Clear, complete student documentation 3) Instructions can be bypassed 4) Easy to exit from program 5) Easy to set up program
    • No Yes Effective Use of Computer 1) Computer presentation is more effective/efficient than other methods 2) Video display is pleasing and functional 3) Audio is effective 4) Other peripherals are employed when needed 5) Computer maintains useful information for records
    • No Yes PRESENTATION:
          • Information is presented in a developmentally appropriate and logical way
      Examples and illustrations are relevant There is appropriate variety in screen displays Text is clear and printed in type suitable for target audience Spelling, punctuation, and grammar are correct
    • No Yes EFFECTIVENESS: Students are able to recall and use information presented following program use Program prepares students for future real-world experiences Students develop further interest in topic from using program This is an appropriate use of instructional software
    • No Yes PRACTICE/ASSESSMENT/FEEDBACK: Practice is provided to accomplish objectives Practice is appropriate for topic and audience Feedback is relevant to student responses Feedback is immediate Feedback is varied
    • Feedback gives remediation Reinforcement is positive and dignified Assessment is aligned with objectives Open-ended responses and/or portfolio opportunities are promoted Collaborative learning experiences are provided
    • No Yes DOCUMENTATION & SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS: Necessary technical documentation is included Objectives are clearly stated Learning activities that facilitate integration into curriculum are suggested Materials for enrichment and remedial activities are provided
    • No Yes PROGRAM CONTENT: Instruction matches stated objectives Instructional strategies are based on current research Instruction addresses various learning styles and intelligences Information is current and accurate Program is free of stereotypes