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Technology for Data Collection While Facilitating Assessments and Evaluations. Eleanor Hamilton EDU/697 Capstone: A project Approach Dr. Keith Pressey December 23, 2013. Test or Survey include. Activities that provide feedback Indicates how learners understand the activity

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Technology for data collection while facilitating assessments and evaluations

Technology for Data Collection While Facilitating Assessments and Evaluations

Eleanor Hamilton

EDU/697 Capstone: A project Approach

Dr. Keith Pressey

December 23, 2013


Test or survey include

Test or Survey include

  • Activities that provide feedback

  • Indicates how learners understand the

  • activity

  • Meeting their goals and objective.

(Horton, 2012)


Reasons for testing

Reasons for Testing

  • Gather information effectiveness.

  • Measure students’ mastery or outcome

  • Provide rapid feedback to students

  • Provide tangible cumulative data of student achievement

(Callahan & Meixner)


Why test

Why test?

  • Motivate learners

  • Diagnose learners skills and knowledge

  • Provide for future assignments

  • Help learners excel

(Horton, 2012)


Creating a test or survey

Make them Relevant

Make them Accurate

  • Why are you testing/surveying?

  • What Information is needed to move forward

  • Reinforce or measure learning

  • Validity & Reliable

  • Do learners know the information that is being asked?

  • Do questions align with the objectives?

Creating a Test or Survey


Measure accomplishments

Measure Accomplishments

  • Discriminating Task

  • What can those who meet the objective do that those who do not meet the objective cannot do?

  • Test Activity

  • How can learners prove they meet the objective?

  • Resources

  • What media and technology to choose?

(Horton, 2012)


Types of questions

Types of Questions

  • True/False

  • Multiple Choice

  • Fill-in-the Blanks

  • Matching

  • Sequence

  • Essay


Effective questions include

Effective Questions Include

  • KISS (keep it simple)

  • Clarity

  • Precision

  • Positive phrasing

  • Avoid leading questions

  • Meaning

  • Challenge

(Horton, 2012)


Tips for questions

Tips for Questions

  • Ask questions that are Simple and to the point

  • Cover all the options in multiple choice

  • Avoid offering too few or too many options.

(Oriola, 2012)


Provide feedback immediately

Provide Feedback Immediately

  • Grade the tests

  • Identify learners mistakes

  • Show further learning needs

  • Adapt to the learners

(Horton, 2012)


Explain the test

Explain the Test

  • Prepare the learners

  • Provide rules and regulations

  • Clearly state time frame

  • State expectations

(Horton, 2012)


Review

Review

  • Test early and often

  • Use the right type of questions to get desired information

  • Provide timely feedback

  • Provide grading information upfront

(Horton, 2012)


References

References

Callahan, M., & Meixner, M. (n.d.). How do I create tests for my students? Retrieved from http://www.tltc.ttu.edu/teach/TLTC%20Teaching%20Resources/Documents/How%20do%20I%20Create%20a%20Test%20for%20My%20Students%20white%20paper.pdf

Horton, W. (2012). E-Learning by design. (2nd ed.). John Wiley and Sons San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer.


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