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Evaluation of Engrade<br />http://www.engrade.com/<br />102552511366500<br />TechnicalYesNo1Easy to setup new class2Easy to navigate3Easy to register students4Simple and organized interface5Technical assistance is available6Multimedia elements are available7Easy to upload files8Provide Intuitive icons, menus and directional symbols9provide multiple format to add content 10Easy to add, edit, and delete content (test, assignment…)PedagogicalYesNo11Can create individual reports for students12Can take students attendance13Submit students’ final grade 14Print grade sheets and reports15Can create multiple timely activities to assess students16Variety of technology tools available to facilitate communication and learning.17Can create more than one type of questions18Keeps learner profile data19Options for spelling and grammar correctness are provided20Options for giving feedback on test or assignment are provided<br />Evaluation of online portfolio<br />http://demonstrate.llc.msu.edu<br />Demonstrate online portfolio: DOP<br />ItemsYesNoDOP is easy to navigate.DOP supports all type of files.DOP provides space to write comments and feedback.DOP provides options of editing the portfolio.DOP provides scoring system.DOP provides all the functions I need to assess students based on content standards.DOP provides efficient function to communicate standards-based assessment results with my students.You can create as many portfolios as you want.You can view other portfolios.There is options to score the students portfoliosThe content of DOP exhibit clear style (readable)The contents of the DOP that the author can adapt design for propose.<br />E Portfolio (Digital Portfolio) Rubric<br />CATEGORYExemplaryProficientDevelopingUnsatisfactoryRATINGSelection of ArtifactsAll artifacts and work samples are clearly and directly related to the purpose of the e portfolio.A wide variety of artifacts are included.Most artifacts and work samples are related to the purpose of the e portfolio.Some of the artifacts and work samples are related to the purpose of the e portfolio.None of the artifacts and work samples are related to the purpose of the e portfolio.ReflectionsAll reflections clearly describe growth, achievement and accomplishments, and include goals for continued learning (long and short term).Most of the reflections describe growth and include goals for continued learning.A few of the reflections describe growth and include goals for continued learning.None of the reflections describe growth and do not include goals for continued learning.All reflections illustrate the ability to effectively critique work and provide suggestions for constructive practical alternatives.Most of the reflections illustrate the ability to effectively critique work and provide suggestions for constructive practical alternatives.A few reflections illustrate the ability to effectively critique work and provide suggestions for constructive practical alternatives.None of the reflections illustrate the ability to effectively critique work or provide suggestions for constructive practical alternatives.<br />Use of Multimedia and CitationsAll of the photographs, concept maps, spreadsheets, graphics, audio and/or video files enhance understanding of concepts, ideas and relationships, create interest, and are appropriate for the chosen purpose. Accessibility requirements using alternate text for graphics are included in web-based portfolios.Most of the graphic elements and multimedia contribute to understanding concepts, ideas and relationships, enhance the written material and create interest.Most of the graphics include alternate text in web-based portfolios.Some of the graphic elements and multimedia do not contribute to understanding concepts, ideas and relationships.Some of the graphics include alternate text in web-based portfolios.None of the graphic elements or multimedia contributes to understanding concepts, ideas and relationships. The inappropriate use of multimedia detracts from the content.None of the graphics include alternate text in web-based portfolios.All audio and/or video files are edited with proper voice projection, appropriate language, and clear delivery.Most of the audio and/or video files are edited with proper voice projection, appropriate language, and clear delivery.A few of the audio and/or video files are edited with inconsistent clarity or sound (too loud/too soft/ garbled).Audio and/or video files are not edited or exhibit inconsistent clarity or sound (too loud/too soft/ garbled).All images and artifacts follow copyright guidelines with accurate citations. All content throughout the e portfolio displays the appropriate copyright permissions.Most of the images and artifacts follow copyright guidelines, and most of the citations are formatted accurately.Some of the images and artifacts do not follow copyright guidelines, and some of the citations are unclear, missing or formatted incorrectly.None of the images or artifacts follow copyright guidelines and citations are missing.The navigation links are intuitive. The various parts of the portfolio are labeled, clearly organized and allow the reader to easily locate an artifact and move to related pages or a different section. All pages connect to the Table of Contents, and all external links connect to the appropriate website or file.The navigation links generally function well, but it is not always clear how to locate an artifact or move to related pages or different section. Most of the pages connect to the Table of Contents. Most of the external links connect to the appropriate website or file.The navigation links are somewhat confusing, and it is often unclear how to locate an artifact or move to related pages or a different section. Some of the pages connect to the Table of Contents, but in other places the links do not connect to preceding pages or to the Table of Contents. Some of the external links do not connect to the appropriate website or file.The navigation links are confusing, and it is difficult to locate artifacts and move to related pages or a different section. There are significant problems with pages connecting to preceding pages or the Table of Contents. Many of the external links do not connect to the appropriate website or file.CaptionsAll artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of the item including title, author, and date.Most of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of the item work including title, author, and date.Some of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of the item including title, author, and date.None of the artifacts are accompanied by a caption that clearly explains the importance of the item including title, author, and date.Writing MechanicsThere are no errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.There are a few errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. These require minor editing and revision.There are 4 or more errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling requiring editing and revision.There are more than 6 errors in grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling requiring major editing and revision.<br />http://www2.uwstout.edu/content/profdev/rubrics/eportfoliorubric.html<br />Evaluate student participation<br />Lesson: How to make a variable length argument list in java.<br />Comments: 87<br />Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFL1oWnEO2k <br />17335509525<br />Examples of responses PercentPatterns The total number of messages per student set between (1-5) messages." It's just a variable that stands for all the numbers you insert in the method average in the main function." freestylerstyler"Hehe, you're probably right. But it seems I am only in a learning stage so I really can't compete with Bucky." freestylerstyler" I can't thank you enough for these videos." mike32145453%The total number of messages per student in the course.Number of messages per student in every discussion topic set between (1-3) messages."Void doesn't return a value, int does." f4lconach" If you create an int (public static int average()) if has to return an int. to do so type: return 5; (<-- this'll make your method return the value 5). also in Java 'return' is a keyword. so the difference between a void and an int is that ints HAS to return an int. voids doesn't HAVE to return something." BulldoggEcstacy"Int and void are return types. You can return integer as bucky is doing in the example. Or you can return nothing, which is what void means." miamimanni2%Number of messages per student in every discussion topic."(int...numbers) means you can pass as many integers as you want for the argument and (int numbers[]) means you would need to pass an array for the argument." tuntuni1000" int []numbers is an array" joyceww3"Man you're good at explaining! You keep me entertained an ready to code! I try making C++ tutorials but they're not nearly as good as your tutorials. You're very talented: D" CodingMadeEasy75%Lengths of message per student (in statements)." Can u tell me the difference between public static int average (int ...numbers)public static int average (int numbers[])" HYPERLINK "http://www.youtube.com/user/shrikantnimbalkar" o "shrikantnimbalkar" shrikantnimbalkar" Cool trick , I didn’t know about this does it work with constructors 2 ??" SInnerMario%85Number of statements directly related to learning per student.<br />Evaluate student interaction<br />Lesson: How to make a variable length argument list in java.<br />Comments: 87<br />Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFL1oWnEO2k <br />173750453196<br />Examples of responses Percent Patterns I just want to say that I think the average method must be double, I mean, must return a double value. That’s why your averages were always into numbers.I assume you understand how an average is calculated? (sum/counter) I think it would be easier to make an array and just use thatI think it's great he is trying to teach Java, but when I see something I believe is wrong, I try to correct it in case anyone wants to know.If you had a class going on at a college I would definitely attend every day, especially since you make it fun. 35 % Self-introduction. Everything that contains more than1 variable is an array. You should've used double instead of int. (into) discards the decimal numbersYou would need to use the Scanner (java.util.Scanner library) utility to get input from the keyboard.You explain things so clear.20 %Statements that comment on another message. ----------0 %Repeating information in another message. What if I want to initialize a 2Dvariable length array?Is the variable "numbers" a array? And if it is, why not be "number [ ]"?What if I want to input thenumbers from the keyboard? and I don't know how many I need to inputCan you do this in Java script as well when you don’t know how many variables there is?Does this work with string and can you do a variable length constructor?35 %Responding to the tutor’s views or advice. I agree, that’s probably true, but I guess maybe because it’s easier to type into than doubles?Well ... I agree :)10 % Responding to accept or reject others’ views and opinions without explanation. <br />A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs<br />http://mcrel.typepad.com/mcrel_blog/2010/02/creating-demand-for-educational-technology-integration.html<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.3 /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. 3 /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.3 /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.2 /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.   3 /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.  1 /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. 3 /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.2 /3TOTAL POINTS    31 /48<br />