Evaluating CAI Lessons. Dr. Ennis-Cole CECS 5020. Lesson Objectives. Have the expected outcomes been realized ? Were the desired outcomes a result of the lesson ?. Purpose of Evaluation. 1. Confirmation of Decisions 2. Lesson Improvement
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Evaluating CAI Lessons
Have the expected outcomes been realized ?
Were the desired outcomes a result of the lesson ?
Purpose of Evaluation
1. Confirmation of Decisions
2. Lesson Improvement
“An ongoing process used to determine whether lesson objectives have been met, identify reasons for the observed performance, and identify areas of modification.” p. 299 Hanafin & Peck
Informal - advice from experts, ideas from users, observations, interviews (simplistic- anecdotal data)
Formal - planned evaluation models, formal analysis, attitudinal questionnaires, data collection & collation (formal tabulation - empirical evidence)
Formative - identification of lesson features that need modification -
lesson improvement is the goal
Summative - signature authority
not used for modification, used for purchase or adoption decisions
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Selection of Vocabulary
Clarity of Graphics & Branching Issues
Interrogation of Student/User Responses
Instructional Adequacy Cosmetic Appeal