English Language Study Skills and the Internet (ELSSI)


Computer connecting to Internet


Evaluation
Grading Rubric
Course Evaluation Survey
Quick Links
Modules
Acknowledgments


Introduction
The following rubric will be used to evaluate learner performance in the ELSSI course. Below the rubric is an evaluation for participants to evaluate the course.



Very Good
Good
Needs Work
Assignments
- All assignments submitted on time and in a professional manner
- Most assignments turned in on time and in tidy manner
- Assignments turned in late or in an untidy manner
Discussion Forums
- Initial postings are on topic and reflect thoughtful consideration and an understanding of assigned readings
- Follow up postings are timely and add to the discussion
- Initial postings are on topic and reflect a certain amount of consideration
- Follow up is courteous and productive
- Initial postings are off topic or lack thoughtful consideration
- Lack of follow up or willingness to communicate
E-Journal (blog)
- Each submission is made on time and in a professional manner
- Entries cover each of the components included in the module
- Entries reflect integration of new knowledge with existing knowledge and experiences
- Most submissions turned in on time and in a tidy manner
- Entries cover most of the components covered in the module
- Entries somewhat reflect integration of new knowledge with existing knowledge and experiences
- Some submissions turned in late or in an untidy manner.
- Entries reflect a lack of careful consideration
Term Project
- Project reflects originality, creativity and serious effort
- Submitted on time and in a professional manner
- Project reflects some originality, creativity and effort
- Submitted on time and in a tidy manner
- Project lacks originality, creativity and effort
- Submitted late and/or in an untidy manner
Overall
- All components completed on time and in a professional manner
- Most components completed on time and in an acceptable manner
- Some components completed late or in a hasty manner



Course Evaluation Survey

Instructions:
Copy and paste the following survey questions into an e-mail message. Answer each question based on your true feelings. E-mail completed survey to me at bjones_jp@yahoo.com.

Rate the following (1 = Strongly Agree, 2 = Agree, 3 = Undecided, 4 = Disagree, 5 Strongly Disagree, 6 = No Response)

Course Structure
1. The amount of material covered in the course was reasonable.  1 2 3 4 5 6
2. I knew what was expected of me. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
3. The overall course was structured well. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
4. The individual modules were structured well. 1 2 3 4 5 6
           
Course Satisfaction
5. This course was useful for my study of English. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
6. This course prepared me for further independent study. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
7. This course prepared me for future online courses. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
8. I feel my time was well spent in this course. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
9. I would recommend this course to other ESL/EFL students. 1 2 3 4 5 6
           
Individual Components
10. I was satisfied with the quality of the e-lectures. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
11. I was satisfied with the quality of the assignments. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
12. I was satisfied with the quality of the discussion forums. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
13. The e-journal was a valuable educational experience. 1 2 3 4 5 6          
14. The project was a valuable education experience. 1 2 3 4 5 6
          
Other
15. Please describe any problems you had during the course.
    
           
16. If you could change anything about the course what would it be?
    
           
17. What did you enjoy most about the course?
    
           
18. What did you enjoy least about the course?
    
           
19. Do you have any other comments that you would like to share with the instructor(s)?



Quick Links

- Introduction
  This is the ELSSI homepage.

- Syllabus
  Includes course description and goals.

- Schedule
  A list of starting and ending dates for each module.


Modules
- Module One
- Module Two
- Module Three
- Module Four
- Module Five
- Module Six
- Module Seven


Acknowledgments
This course was designed and developed as a requirement for the L630 Course Development for Online Educators course through the Education Department at Indiana University.
The work of both Karen Hallett and Eileen Cotton provided inspiration for the content and organization of this course. This page was created with Netscape Navigator Gold.

Contact Information
For more information, email me at bjones_jp@yahoo.com.


This page last updated on September 12, 2004.
Copyright © 2004 Brent A. Jones. All rights reserved.