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EdTech 513: Week 2: Discussion Board

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EdTech 505: Week 5: Decision Making: Whom to Involve, How, and Why (Chapter 3)

This week we covered how monitoring and evaluation are related and how decisions can be made using evaluation results.   What is very important is to have management and stakeholders all apprised and involved in evaluation from beginning to the … Continue reading

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EdTech 505: Week 4: Writing the Evaluation Report & Appendix B (Chapter 9)

This week was all about evaluation reports. Discussion Board post: I have finally decided to do my evaluation project on the use of Edmodo.  The school district has chose to implement a way to increase the uses of 21st technology … Continue reading

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EdTech 505: Week 3: Decision Making: Whom to Involve, How, and Why

  Discuss Table 3.1 – Program Planning Cycle and Evaluation Activities (pp. 62-3). Pros/cons. Something you disagree with? Where does “monitoring” occur? Anything missing? Bring in any prior experience you might have with such a planning cycle. Will this model fit … Continue reading

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EdTech 505: Week 2 discussion

Chapter one really gets you thinking about many ways evaluations are and can be used. The two definitions are similiar but different at the same time. Take for instance, scenario one, and the gardening program. If during an evaluation you … Continue reading

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EdTech 504: Module 5 Reflection

This course has given me a better understanding of the 3 major strands of learning (i.e. behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism). Noting that they don’t always stand alone, but rather are mixed together as part of a collective whole for how … Continue reading

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EdTech 504: Module 5 Final Synthesis Paper

Final paper submission

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