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Chapter 11

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Chapter 11

  1. 1. + Online Evaluation Julie Finlay, Nancy Hill Chapter 11 Technology Leadership for Improvement
  2. 2. +Online   Is it going to work?Evaluation3 Primary Questions   Is it working?   Did it work?
  3. 3. + Hilary & Bill Debate Online vs. Face-to-Face Training http://www.youtube.com/watch? Created at v=uiYTIXMlKNs&feature=related http://www.xtranormal.com/
  4. 4. + Quality Instruction Components Online Evaluation
  5. 5. +   Effective communication with students   Quality delivery   Feedback on assignments   Fostering a positive classroom climate Instruction on preparing quality materials http://netc.org/digitalbridges/online/community/ teachers2.php
  6. 6. + Spot- Checking Online Evaluation
  7. 7. +   Beginning: checklists, another pair of eyes, testing the technology   Middle: monitoring the course website to measure engagement & usage   End: formal assessment, surveys
  8. 8. + Key Assessment Criteria Online Evaluation
  9. 9. +   Teacherresponsiveness to questions and proactive announcements   Discussion interactions   Input into course assignments
  10. 10. + Substantive Interaction Online Evaluation
  11. 11. +   Responses to questions   Discussion   Assignments
  12. 12. + Resource: Rubric for Online Instruction http://www.csuchico.edu/celt/roi/index.shtml
  13. 13. Scenario #1: You’re 3 weeks into your+   online course and everything seems to be going well. Then you get an emailOnline from a student claiming that he is being cyber bullied by someone elseEvaluation in the course. As the instructor, what do you do?Small Group   Scenario #2: One requirement for yourDiscussion online course is weekly participation in a discussion board. While most students consistently participate, there’s a handful who never join the online conversation. What do you do?   Scenario #3: Your principal asks you to present at a conference on the value of online courses. What evidence will you use to make your presentation convincing?
  14. 14. +OnlineEvaluationPop Quiz! http://www.proprofs.com/ quiz-school/story.php? title=online-evaluation

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