Assessment of Learning Effectiveness Sessions
1. Tutorials with courses - self-tutoring for tests via web
2. All tests are effectively open book and should be written as such - radically changes test structure
3. Answers and solutions for tests should be posted with tests
4. Databasing former tests
5. Contact points at every school to limit distance for students to travel for exams.
6. GA standards for course quality facilitated by TLT
7. Give each student a different problems allows for better monitoring of students work
8. Qualitative analysis of discussion forms or chats via software (envivo, nud*ist)
9. A rubric for determining course objectives (general model)
10. Provide resources for design that focuses on assessment.
11. Have students develop electronic portfolios/papers for peer review
12. Testing out of areas already mastered via web.
13. Placing emphases on establishing systematic processes (that include criteria) by which students learning can be monitored
14. Help developing criteria for a teacher assessment
15. Definition of student and faculty computer literacy and tools for development
16. What is effective teaching for adults?
17. What do we mean by preparing faculty for teaching with technology?
18. What are the components that we are assessing …assess often with immediate technology.
19. Collaborative learning environments for assessment (students and faculty together).
20. Instructive design assistants for faculty
21. Variety of learning styles need to be accounted for. - present options for assessment.
22. Affirm active learning techniques online (egroups, etc.)*
23. Develop faculty certification for using online tools.
24. Continuous assessment for instructor(chat, anonymous feedback)
25. Self-assessment of learning for students (practice quizzes, games)*
26. Difficulty of assessing critical thinking and other similar skills…see if technology can help
27. Assessment of participation online…methods for controlling email flow for faculty.
28. Feedback needs to be reincorporated into redesign.
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