terça-feira, 12 de fevereiro de 2013

Avaliar participações em fóruns

Assessing Effectiveness of Student Participation
  in Online Discussions
1. Drifting
2. Moving in the Right Direction
3. Valuable Performance
4. Our Goal (with due allowance for finitude
Contribution to the Learning Community
Does not make effort to participate in learning community as it develops; seems indifferent
Occasionally makes meaningful reflection on group's efforts; marginal effort to become involved with group
Often presents reflections that become central to the group’s discussion; interacts freely and encourages others
Consistently presents creative reflections on topic; aware of needs of community; frequently prompts further discussion of topic

Relevance of Post
Posts topics which do not relate to the discussion content; makes irrelevant remarks
Occasionally posts off topic; most posts offer no further insight into the topic
Posts are related to discussion topic; makes some connections with readings
Posts consistently are related to discussion topic; brings readings into discussion; cites additional references related to topic;

Expression Within the Post
Does not express opinions or ideas clearly; no connection to topic
Unclear connection to topic evidenced in minimal expression of opinions or ideas
Opinions and ideas are stately clearly with occasional lack of connection to topic
Expresses opinions and ideas in a clear and concise manner with obvious connection to topic

Delivery of Post
Utilizes poor spelling and grammar in most posts; posts appear "hasty"
Errors in spelling and grammar evidenced in several posts
Few grammatical or spelling errors are noted in posts
Consistently uses grammatically correct posts with rare misspellings

Promptness and Initiative
Does not respond to most postings; rarely participates freely
Responds to most postings several days after initial discussion; limited initiative
Responds promptly to most postings; requires occasional prompting to post
Responds promptly to postings; demonstrates good self-initiative

Adapted from  “If You Build It, They Will Come: Building Learning Communities Through Threaded Discussions” by Susan Edelstein and Jason Edward [http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/spring51/edelstein51.html] and [http://www.elearnmag.org/subpage/sub_page.cfm?section=4&list_item=3&page=3].  It in turn comes from California State University at Hayward (EDUI 6707).

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