Evaluating Digital High School Curricula

ID: 52221 Type: Full Paper
  1. Rachel Vannatta Reinhart, Dawn Henry, and Savilla Banister, Bowling Green State University, United States

Tuesday, March 27 3:00-3:30 PM Location: Edison G View on map

Presider: Rachel Vannatta Reinhart, Bowling Green State University, United States

Abstract: This study describes the development and implementation of an evaluative rubric for high school digital curricula created for a United States regional consortium of school districts, charged with expanding quality digital learning environments for their students In collaboration with project partners, the evaluation team developed the NWOi3 Evaluation Rubric for Digital Curriculum that was used to assess curriculum units and consisted of 36 criteria organized by eight areas: 1) Overview, 2) Learning Targets, 3) Instructor Support, 4) Accessibility, 5) Instructional Materials, 6) Learner Interaction and Engagement, 7) Technology, and 8) Assessment The process of how rubric results were analyzed and reported is described along with the challenges encountered


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