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EVALUATION THROUGH ONLINE RESOURCES UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA OTEIMA SANTIAGO CAMPUS CERTIFICATION IN DIDATICS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH A MAJOR IN ONLINE INSTRUCTION Total Course

Evaluation through Online Resources

Code

MDII820

Theory Hours

16

FACILITATOR: Mirian De León de CELL PHONE #: 68275449 E-MAIL: mdesclopis@gmail.com VISIÓN DE LA UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLOGICA OTEIMA: Ser universidad líder e innovadora, reconocida por su excelencia educativa y mejora continua, lo cual se refleja en su acreditación nacional, utilización de la tecnología y promoción del desarrollo nacional sostenible.

Online Hours

0

16

Practic

e Total Hours

16

32

48

Tota l Hours

Total Credits

64

3

Prerequisites

MDII810

Esclopis

MISIÓN DE LA UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLOGICA OTEIMA: Formar profesionales líderes, emprendedores y comprometidos con el desarrollo humano y sostenible del país por medio de la generación, difusión y aplicación de conocimientos en áreas de la docencia, investigación, extensión y la producción.

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VALORES INSTITUCIONALES: • Excelencia Educativa • Eficiencia • Profesionalismo • Multiculturalidad • Innovación • Responsabilidad social • Integridad • Respeto • Solidaridad


Course Description: This course is designed to introduce the participants to new methods and alternative evaluation techniques, specifically to learn the advantages offered by the new electronic resources. General Objectives: At the end of the course, participants will be able to:  To increase knowledge and skills in the evaluation process as an integral part of the learning process. 

To use the developed criteria for assessing the quality of information provided by the Internet.

To evaluate online content to know if it meets the needs of Internet users.

Specific Objectives: The participant will have: a. Knowledge in: The advantages of online assessment Strategies to develop online exercises Criteria for evaluating information: Internet and Online Resources b. Skills for: Plan assessments Provide feedback Compare different types of online assessment c. Attitudes to: Reflect the real-world needs, increasing the skills of problem solving and construction of meaning. Judge critically online resources Course Content: I. Assessment Online 1. Principles of assessment 2. Why to consider online assessment? 3. Does online assessment improve the assessment of student learning? 4. Analyzing the educational advantages of online assessment 5. Reactions to Online Assessment


6. Strategies to develop effective assessment online. Where to start? 7. Online Assessment: Principles and Practices 8. Online Assessment: Continuous and interactive 9. The role of the instructor 10. Types of Online Assessment 11. Principles of remote evaluation 12. Web Resources II. New assessment methods 1. Evaluation and feedback 2. Planning for evaluation 3. Relations 4. Quality assessment 5. Developmental Issues 6. Format and structure 7. Requirements computer aided evaluation III. Evaluation of Web pages 1. What can the URL tell you? 2. The perimeter of the page 3. Indicators of quality information IV. Evaluating information found on the web 1. Authorship 2. Body of publication 3. Viewpoint 4. Reference to other sources 5. Testability 6. Update 7. Distinction between propaganda, misinformation and disinformation 8. The mechanisms for determining authorship, publishing body, and updating on the Internet


9. Tips for successful online assignments V. Assessment of Educational materials for online instruction 1. Starting: How to find good sites? 2. A checklist for evaluating educational materials online 3. A good starting point: Suggested Web Sites Schedule Face-to-Face Sessions February 11 February 25 March 11

Online Sessions February 18 March 4

Course Policies: * Come to class on time and prepared. * Participate actively in our online and face-to-face sessions. * Hand in your assignments on time. * Use your cell phone for emergency calls or class-related activities.

* If you miss a face-to-face sessions, contact me via email. Methodology: The main features of teaching this course include, but are not limited to, the following teaching principles and techniques: A. Principles: - A learner-centered environment in which the teacher is a facilitator of the participant’s learning through the use of technology resources. - Collaborative learning - Inductive problem-solving approaches encourage independent thinking and learning. B. Strategies: - Class Discussions - CAL (Computer-assisted learning - Individual work, pair work and group work - Questioning - Class discussions - Workshops - Analysis - Interactive and active class presentations. - Projects Evaluation:

- UDL Instructional Resources: Internet - Moodle Google Drive PowerPoint Presentations Handouts Board/markers Audio and video resources Laptop /Multimedia / Speakers Web resources


Assignments

Evaluation

Percentage 20%

Online Activities

25%

Team work

20%

Oral defense

10%

Final Project

25%

Total

100%

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  Assessing Learners on-line. Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012:http://www.cete.org/acve/docs/pfile03.htm  Evaluating Information. Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://jhss.wrdsb.on.ca/library/html/evaluate/evalinfo.htm  Evaluating Internet Resources. Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.virtualsalt.com/evalu8it.ht  Evaluations: Online and Traditional Classes. Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.gcu.edu/education-news/online-degrees/online-classes.htm  Evaluating Online Educational Materials for Use in Instruction. . Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.kidsource.com/education/webpub.html  On-line Assessment. Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.cshe.unimelb.edu.au/assessinglearning/03/online.html  Ratings System. . Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.clearinghouse.net/ratings.html  Suggestions for Successful Internet Assignments. . Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://lib.nmsu.edu/instruction/evalsugg.html  Web Page Evaluation Check List. . Recuperado el 30 de junio de 2012: http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/TeachingLib/Guides/Internet/EvalWorksheet.pdf

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