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  • 1. Evaluation of Online Learning<br />(Evaluating student performance)<br />Name of Video: Educational Uses of Second Life<br />1-The URL of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOFU9oUF2HA&feature=related<br />238125283210<br />Participation in discussions:<br />
    • Degree of participation:
    NumberPatterns 1The total number of messages per student in the course.1Number of messages per student in every discussion topic.12Number of messages in earlier lessons.155Number of messages in later lessons.Do you mean secede? Because people want to use different methods they should leave the country?You MUST be a teacher, to be so offended by students wanting to take more control over their own education. I, as a student, have always been under challenged in traditional classrooms, but because I could never afford a private instructor I had to sit with my hand in the air while teachers struggled to get less motivated students to ask a question or two. Waste of time and waste of potential.Lengths of message per student (in statements).1Number of statements directly related to learning per student.<br />
    • Interaction
    • 2. PatternsPercentExample of responsesSelf-introduction7%Second life is a fantastic opportunity for people to create anything they can imagine, within a 3d setting. I just visited a fascinating build called the "Museum of the African-American Experience",I own a corporate education negotiations training firm, and I think that for the first time, the promise of "on-line learning" is going to be answered by SLStatements that social in nature14%nice gamethat's really niceThis video is very good.Statements that comment in another message15%18%There's no game play and no game. You can create games with it.Some use it for music and arts too! ^^ The music academy in SL is a good example of learning music thru second life.i agree but it’s a free download and free membership, also it’s not just for educationRepeating information in another message16%it’s a free download and free membershipIts free it’s a site.It's free to download and simple tooResponding to the tutor's views or advises12%Second life is not a game by the way, so please try to get past that misconception.it’s a virtual world not a game and its free and will always be thereNot as well. Why not? It's too expensive. Would they let you try to build an airplane in a real school, even in the best college? No, it would be too expensive, too risky. In SL life... GO AHEAD!, try, make mistakes, try againResponding to accept others’ views and opinions without explanation9%making the world more lazierthe graphic of second life still need to be improved
    • 3. Cognitive and content-related
    ExampleNoYesPatterns *Second Life is a virtual world, not a game. It's a completely interactive, user oriented and created world in which you can be and do anything you want.YesYesProviding solution with explanation. *Virtual world isn't real life and it doesn't count in the "natural world". People can learn from anything, but we all have to live and survive in the real world where you interact with real circumstances.YesProviding more than one solution.*Do you have to pay money to play?*Is second life free??Yes Asking question related to the discussion topic.* Would they let you try to build an airplane in a real school, even in the best college?* How-to game this? I have to download something?YesAsking for more clarification.-bbbJudging the relevance of solution.* To get through to all learners with many different learning styles, this would be one great and fun way to process information.YesRepeating information contained in the course materials.-NoDrawing conclusions. <br />
    • 2- Evaluating Learning Environment:
    • 4. (5 Common Blogging Problems and How to Overcome Them)
    http://vandelaydesign.com/blog/blogging/common-blogging-problems/<br />Brife description of the blog:<br />Blogging provides anyone with the opportunity to publish content and the potential to make money. Because of this, there are hundreds or thousands of new blogs launched every day. Unfortunately, there are some significant challenges that most new bloggers face, and in many cases the challenges are significant enough to lead the blogger to give up.<br />ELEMENTExemplary  3Proficient2 Partially Proficient 1Unsatisfactory0POINTSContent and CreativityPostings provide comprehensive insight, understanding, and reflective thought about the topic.Postings provide moderate insight, understanding and reflective thought about the topic.Postings provide minimal insight, understanding and reflective thought about the topic.Postings show no evidence of insight, understanding or reflective thought about the topic.3/3Postings present a focused and cohesive viewpoint that is substantiated by effective supporting examples.Postings present a specific viewpoint that is substantiated by supporting examples. Postings present a specific viewpoint but lack supporting examples.Postings present no specific viewpoint and no supporting examples are provided.2/3Postings are creatively and fluently written to stimulate dialogue and commentary.Postings are generally well written with some attempts made to stimulate dialogue and commentary.Postings are brief and unimaginative, and reflect minimal effort to connect with the audience.Postings are written in a half-hearted, disjointed manner that reflects no awareness of effective communication.2/3VoicePostings are written in a style that is appealing and appropriate for the intended audience and a consistent voice is evident throughout.Postings are written in a style that is generally appropriate for the intended audience and an attempt is made to use a consistent voice. Postings are written in a style that does not fully consider the audience, and the author’s voice is difficult to identify.Postings are carelessly written with no attempt to consider the audience and no awareness of author voice.2/3 Postings reflect the author’s unique personality through expressive and carefully selected word choices that bring the topic to life. Postings reflect a bit of the author’s personality through word choices that attempt to bring the topic to life.Postings reflect almost no personality and little attempt is made to use effective word choices to bring the topic to life.Postings are devoid of any personality; words used are trite and unexpressive.1/3Organization Uses a consistent organizational structure that is easy to follow and places the most recent posts at the top of the page.Uses a generally consistent organizational structure, with the most current posting listed at the top.  Uses a loosely defined organizational structure that shows minimal awareness of the need for consistency.Fails to provide a consistent organizational structure and shows no awareness of the need for consistency. 3/3TimelinessUpdates blog as often or more often than required; all posts are date-stamped.Updates blog when required; most posts are date-stamped.Updates blog when reminded; posts are often missing a date stamp.Fails to update blog within the required time frame.1/3MechanicsWrites with no errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.Writes with minor editing errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Writes with major errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation and spelling.(3 or more errors) Writes with numerous major errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation and spelling.(More than 5 errors) 3/3Text LayoutEffectively uses the blog software’s text formatting capabilities to enhance the content’s visual appeal and increase readability.Uses some of the blog software’s text formatting capabilities to enhance the content’s visual appeal and increase readability.Uses very few of the blog software’s text formatting capabilities.Uses none of the blog software’s text formatting capabilities.2/3HyperlinksIncludes links to relevant, up-to-date websites or documents that enhance the information presented in the blog postings.Includes links to websites or documents, but not all links enhance the information presented in the blog postings. Includes links to websites or documents that add little value to the information presented in the blog postings. Does not include any links, or the links selected are of poor quality and do not add any value to the information presented in the blog postings.   0/3Graphics and MultimediaSelects and inserts high quality graphics and multimedia when appropriate to enhance and extend the content.Selects and inserts graphics and multimedia that are mostly high quality and enhance and clarify the content. Selects and inserts many low-quality graphics and multimedia which do not enhance the content. Does not insert any graphics, or uses only low-quality graphics and multimedia, which do not enhance the content.  0/3 Acknowledges all image and multimedia sources with captions or annotations. Acknowledges most image and multimedia sources with captions or annotations. Acknowledges only a few multimedia and image sources and uses incomplete captions or annotations. Fails to acknowledge any image or multimedia sources, either with a caption or an annotation. 0/3CitationConsistently uses standard bibliographic format to cite all sources, including direct quotations.Uses standard bibliographic format to cite sources most of the time. Does not use standard bibliographic format to cite sources, and citations are incomplete. Does not cite any sources.  0/3Accurately cites all sources of information to support the credibility and authority of the opinions presented.Most sources are cited accurately, and support the credibility of the opinions presented. Few sources are cited accurately, and they fail to adequately support the credibility of the opinions presented. Does not provide any accurate information about sources used. 0/3Comments and ContributionsWrites comments on other students’ blog postings that are consistently positive, respectful, and succinct while providing a meaningful addition to the discussion. Writes comments on other students’ blog postings that are generally positive, respectful and add value to the discussion.Writes comments on other students’ blog postings which often fail to show respect for other opinions.Writes openly disrespectful and negative comments on other students’ blog postings.2/3Meets all goals and deadlines for posting comments on other students’ blogs.Meets most goals and deadlines for posting comments on other students’ blogs.Occasionally meets goals and deadlines for posting comments on other students’ blogs.Does not meet goals and deadlines for posting comments on other students’ blogs.0/3TOTAL POINTS21/48<br />Evaluation of the Online learning:<br />3-The URL of the online course: http://www.engrade.com/<br />581025225425<br />
    • StatementsStrongly AgreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly DisagreeEdit Assignment Scores for a Single StudentAllow students to change their passwordAllow to Improve Lessons/WikisAttach Lessons and Files to MessagesAllow Student, Teachers, Parents, and Administrators each get their own personal login into Online GradesAbility to record atendence and conductprovides access to exams for self-study courseAllow students to have immediate results Easy Access to CPE Course CertificatesShare grades and reports with students and parents via the online portalFlexible grade weighting capabilities by class, grade or divisionProvide Ability to create skill set assessments or evaluative grading scalesProvides Powerful academic reports - report cards, transcripts, progress reports
    4- The URL of the online course: http://www.classmarker.com/<br />342900120650<br />Classmarker Online Testing ToolStatementprovideNot provideNot applicable 1Student can log-in to test taking easily 2 Learner could access to test every time.3 Class marker provide immediate grading for student 4 Class marker provides analytical and statistical reports for results. 5 Instructor only can view report about test result 6 Class marker provide free easy registration for each student. 7 Instructor can set certain number of students.8 Instructor have the control over providing enrolment codes .9 Instructor can provide more than one sample of test 10 Every student has his own enrolment code. <br />3543300647700<br />5- Evaluation the features of blog: <br />The URL http://alaasadik.blogspot.com/<br />StatementprovideNot provideNot applicable 1Student can log-in to disscation easily 2 Learner could access to blog every time.3 Blog provide immediate responses for students 4 Blog provides the number of participants in the disscation topic. 5 Any visitors can view the disscation 6Blog provide free easy registration for each student. 7 Blog provides instructions for users.8 Blogs provide icons to navigate throw the sit easily9 Every student has his own enrolment code. <br />