Technological Systems - Assembly Instructions Course Evaluative Research Plan

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1. Post-course

1.1. Summative-Qualitative: Assembly Instructions - graded via rubric Obj. 2.2

1.2. Formative-Qualitative: Critique other learners instructions and provide feedback (Flipgrid) Obj. 2.3

1.3. Evaluations – collect data from learners about the layout of the course, satisfactory of course, include comments

1.4. Tools

1.4.1. Articulate Rise

1.4.2. Google Classroom

1.4.3. Google Suite

1.4.4. Possible Articulate Storyline

1.4.5. Flipgrid

1.5. Formative-Quantitative: Checklist on whether student met objectives

1.6. Quantitative and Qualitative evaluation: usage and attractiveness of course design

2. In-course

2.1. Formative-Quantitative: Assessment: MC/Matching of terms (Obj. 1.1)

2.2. Formative-Qualitative: Assessment: MC/Matching of basic concepts (Obj. 1.2)

2.3. Formative-Qualitative: Assessment: Observation

2.4. Formative-Qualitative: Assessment: Outline or storyboard of Assembly Instructions (rubric) Obj. 2.1

2.5. Tools

2.5.1. Articulate Rise

2.5.2. Google Classroom

2.5.3. Google Suite

2.5.4. Object to "assemble"

2.5.5. Mobile device

3. Pre-course

3.1. Collect data on learners (what they already know, learning styles, etc...)

3.2. Formative-Quantitative: Evaluation: Technology usage (number of students familiar with Flipgrid, outlines, storyboarding, etc.)

3.3. Formative-Qualitative: Assessment: discussion on orgami instructions - experiences, beliefs, collaboration

3.4. Formative-Qualitative: observe attitudes through short answers

3.5. Tools

3.5.1. Google Meet

3.5.2. Google Forms

3.5.3. Mobile device or printouts

4. Identify

4.1. Stakeholders

4.1.1. Tech Ed Curriculum/Teachers

4.1.2. learns, current and future

4.2. Learners

4.2.1. prior knowledge

4.2.2. needs

4.2.3. learning styles

4.3. Purpose

4.4. Mixed-Method (Qualitative and Quantitative data collected)