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Week 7 term_review

  1. 1. Terminology  Review   Week  7  –  Evaluate     OLDS  MOOC  
  2. 2. Gagné’s  Nine  Events  of  Instruc@on  1.  Gaining  aCen@on  (recep@on)  2.  Informing  learners  of  the  objec@ve  (expectancy)    3.  S2mula2ng  recall  of  prior  learning  (retrieval)    4.  Presen@ng  the  s@mulus  (selec@ve  percep@on)    5.  Providing  learning  guidance  (seman@c  encoding)    6.  Elici@ng  performance  (responding)    7.  Providing  feedback  (reinforcement)    8.  Assessing  performance  (retrieval)    9.  Enhancing  reten@on  and  transfer  (generaliza@on)     Source:  hCp://www.instruc@onaldesign.org/theories/condi@ons-­‐learning.html    
  3. 3. What  is  the  difference  between  evalua@on   and  research?   Evalua@on  determines  the  merit,   worth,  or  value  of  things.  The   evalua@on  process  iden@fies  relevant   values  or  standards  that  apply  to  what   is  being  evaluated,  performs  empirical   inves@ga@on  using  techniques  from   the  social  sciences,  and  then   integrates  conclusions  with  the   Michael Scriven standards  into  an  overall  evalua@on  or   Evaluation Guru set  of  evalua@ons.    Source:  hCp://www.hfrp.org/evalua@on/the-­‐evalua@on-­‐exchange/issue-­‐archive/reflec@ng-­‐on-­‐the-­‐past-­‐and-­‐future-­‐of-­‐evalua@on/michael-­‐scriven-­‐on-­‐the-­‐differences-­‐between-­‐evalua@on-­‐and-­‐social-­‐science-­‐research    
  4. 4. What  is  the  difference  between  evalua@on   and  research?   Social  science  research,  by  contrast,   does  not  aim  for  or  achieve  evalua@ve   conclusions.  It  is  restricted  to  empirical   (rather  than  evalua@ve)  inquiry,  and   bases  its  conclusions  only  on  factual   results—that  is,  observed,  measured,   or  calculated  data.     Michael Scriven Evaluation GuruSource:  hCp://www.hfrp.org/evalua@on/the-­‐evalua@on-­‐exchange/issue-­‐archive/reflec@ng-­‐on-­‐the-­‐past-­‐and-­‐future-­‐of-­‐evalua@on/michael-­‐scriven-­‐on-­‐the-­‐differences-­‐between-­‐evalua@on-­‐and-­‐social-­‐science-­‐research    
  5. 5. What  is  the  difference  between  forma@ve  and  summa@ve  evalua@on?  Forma@ve  and  summa@ve  evalua@on  differ  in  their  purposes.  Forma@ve  evalua@on  is  conducted  to  enhance  a  program,  product,  or  project  as  it  is  being  developed  and  implemented.  Summa@ve  evalua@on  is  conducted  to  make  decisions  about  a  completed  program,  product,  or  project  ,  e.g.,  whether  to  adopt  or  share  an  open  educa@onal  resource.    
  6. 6. What  is  the  difference  between  assessment  and  evalua@on?  In  everyday  prac@ce,  assessment  and  evalua@on  are  used  synonymously.  But  within  the  evalua@on  community,  assessment  is  oeen  used  to  refer  to  the  collec@on  of  informa@on  regarding  people,  their  characteris@cs,  achievement,  ap@tudes,  performance,  etc.  Evalua@on  is  a  term  oeen  reserved  for  the  collec@on  of  informa@on  about  things,  e.g.,  programs,  products,  or  projects.      
  7. 7. Quiz  Ques@on      If  you  are  asking  learners  to  give  you  feedback  on  the  design  of  an  open  educa@onal  resource  using  a  paper  prototype,  this  is  an  example  of:  Forma2ve    Evalua2on  Summa2ve    Evalua2on  
  8. 8. Quiz  Ques@on      If  you  are  asking  learners  to  give  you  feedback  on  the  design  of  an  open  educa@onal  resource  using  a  paper  prototype,  this  is  an  example  of:  Forma2ve    Evalua2on  Summa2ve    Evalua2on  
  9. 9. Matching  Exercise  Which  term  best  fits  this  picture?  Assessment  Evalua2on  Research  
  10. 10. Matching  Exercise  Which  term  best  fits  this  picture?  Assessment  Evalua2on  Research  

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