For this week’s assignment, I decided to fill out the chart suggested in our textbook, but the data that I input in the chart is part of my evaluation project.   The chart is called “Evaluation Design Format” and the data represents my evaluation of the Peer Structure and Support program, which divides students in groups that create informal assessments of the content for their peers.

I have inserted the table below, but perhaps it can best be seen in the attachment.

505 Project Evaluation Design Format

Peer Structure and Support

Evaluation Project, Spring 2013

 

Evaluation Questions

Activities to Observe

Data

Source

Population Sample Design

Data Collection

Responsibility

Data Analysis

Audience

  1. Are students able to collaborate effectively to assess their peers’ ability to understand and interpret text information?
  • Assessment departments
  • Group Task Analysis
  • Collaborating on effective assessment objectives.
  • Prepare sample responses
Elements of Literature Textbook (Selected Short Stories) One group of 20 students from the advanced English Class.
  • Student directors checklists
  • Classroom observation and notes from the teacher.

 

  • Teacher determines student leaders.
  • Leaders share expectations with their group
  • Teacher observes class activities

 

  • Student Directors feedback
  • Teacher’s feedback
  • Assessment content

 

  • Teacher
  • LRC Director
  • MYP Coordinator
  • English Department Chair
  • Parents
  1. Are Google Forms used effectively for students to evaluate their peers’ literacy and reading skills?

 

  • Creating and sharing a Google Forms
  • Appropriate question styles for objective.
  • Peer Share the questionnaire.

 

Google Accounts

  • Forms
  • Spreadsheet

Selected Short Stories

One group of 20 students from the advanced English Class.
  • Students digitally share data with the evaluation process

 

  • LRC director observes online activity of students
  • Teacher reviews peer assessment submitted
  • Assessement content
  • Assessment format
  • Digital sharing
 
  • Teacher
  • LRC Director
  • MYP Coordinator
  • English Department Chair
  • Parents
  1. Are students able to collect, interpret, and, present anonymous assessment data from their peers?

 

  • Review results in a Google Spreadsheet.
  • Share selected results in a Google Presentation
  • Present results anonymously.

 

Google Accounts

  • Forms
  • Spreadsheet
  • Presentation
  • Google+
  • YouTube

 

One group of 20 students from the advanced English Class.
  • Presentation checklists
  • Shared presentation material.

 

  • Students collaborate on peer responses that meet standards
  • Teacher observes student presentations

 

  • Student Peer response and content
  • Teacher feedback about presentation

 

  • Teacher
  • LRC Director
  • MYP Coordinator
  • English Department Chair
  • Parents

 

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