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Quality Matters TM : Introduction to QM and to the Rubric. The Quality Matters™ Rubric 2008 – 2010 Edition Updated July 08. About Quality Matters . Quality Matters. Quality does matter to … students faculty administrators institutions consortia accrediting agencies legislators

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quality matters tm introduction to qm and to the rubric

Quality MattersTM:Introduction to QM and to the Rubric

The Quality Matters™ Rubric 2008 – 2010 Edition

Updated July 08

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About

Quality Matters

quality matters
Quality Matters

Quality does matter to …

students

faculty

administrators

institutions

consortia

accrediting agencies

legislators

tax-payers

How do we …

  • identify & recognize it?
  • motivate & instill it?
  • assess & measure it?
  • insure it?
  • assure it?
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Course Meets Quality Expectations

Course Revision

Quality Matters:

Peer Course Review Process

Faculty Course Developers

Institutions

National Standards & Research Literature

Course

Rubric

Faculty Reviewers

Training

Peer Course Review

Feedback

Instructional Designers

factors affecting course quality
Factors Affecting Course Quality

Course design QM REVIEWS THIS

Course delivery (i.e. teaching, faculty performance)

Course content

Course management system

Institutional infrastructure

Faculty training and readiness

Student engagement and readiness

for our purposes quality is
For Our Purposes, Quality Is…
  • More than average; more than “good enough”
  • An attempt to capture what’s expected in an effective online course at about an 85% level
  • Based on research and widely accepted standards

85 %

the rubric
The Rubric

Eight General Standards:

  • Course Overview and Introduction
  • Learning Objectives
  • Assessment and Measurement
  • Resources and Materials
  • Learner Interaction
  • Course Technology
  • Learner Support
  • Accessibility

Key components must align.

Alignment: Critical course elements work together to ensure that students achieve the desired learning outcomes.

key sections that must align
Key sections that must align…

Course Learning Objectives (2)

Learner Interactions & Activities (5)

Resources, Materials (4) & Technology (6)

Assessment and Measurement (3)

rubric scoring
Rubric Scoring
  • Team of 3 reviewers initially score individually
  • One score per standard based on team majority
  • Pre-assigned point value
  • Yes/No decision; All/None points
  • Consensus is NOT required
to meet expectations
To Meet Expectations…

A course must achieve:

  • “Yes” on all 17 of the 3-point “essential” standards.
  • A minimum of 72 out of 85 points

72/85 = 85%

underlying principles of qm
Underlying Principles of QM…

Based in national standards of best practice, the research literature & instructional design principles

The course under review does not have to be “perfect” but better than just “good enough” (Standards met at about 85% level or better.)

Integral to a continuous quality improvement process

Valued as part of a faculty-driven, peer review process

Designed to promote student learning

underlying principles of qm cont
Underlying Principles of QM (cont)….

Designed to ensure all reviewed courses will eventually meet expectations

QM is a collegial review process, not an evaluation process

A review team must include an external peer reviewer

Set up so that the course faculty or instructor considered part of the review team