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Evaluation

Objectives

  • Be able to evaluate your work and make suggestions for improvement
  • Be able to obtain and act on feedback from others

What you need to do

  • Create a google form to obtain feedback from other users
  • Refer to the questionnaires filled in by other users.  Consider the feedback of others carefully.
  • Evaluate your e-book (design, content, navigation, multimedia components, fitness for purpose).
  • Evaluate your own performance (how well have you worked?)
  • Suggest sensible improvements for the e-book.

Mark Band f

Mark Band 1

Mark Band 2

Mark Band 3

The learner makes some relevant evaluative comments about key features of: 

• the e-book

• their own performance.

 

 (0–1)

The learner makes some relevant evaluative comments about key features of:

• the e-book

• their own performance,

incorporating feedback from others.

(2)

The learner evaluates key features of:

• the e-book

• their own performance, incorporating feedback from others and suggesting at  least one sensible improvement.

(3–4)


Examiners Reports

The higher achieving candidates attempted this aspect well and evaluated both their own performance and the performance of the eBook. They also incorporated feedback and made recommendations for improvements. In most cases the evaluation had been placed correctly outside of the eBook. Lower achieving candidates still make poor use of feedback, and suggest improvements to their work that are trivial. The inclusion of completed questionnaires alone does not provide evidence that they have acted on or
analysed the feedback.
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