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This is Appendix B for the TL Forum 2000 article:
Dougiamas, M. (2000). Improving the effectiveness of tools for Internet based education. In A. Herrmann and M.M. Kulski (Eds), Flexible Futures in Tertiary Teaching. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 2-4 February 2000. Perth: Curtin University of Technology. http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2000/dougiamas.html

Appendix B - The end-of-course survey

This questionnaire is to ask about your experiences and preferences in using this Moodle version of "Internet Overview".

Each statement has two responses:

  1. your actual experience of this aspect of the online course.

  2. how you would prefer to experience this aspect.

There are no right or wrong answers - your opinion is what is wanted.


Submission capability has been disabled for this form. If you wish to view
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Factors affecting your participation

Please rate the following factors of this experience of online learning:

Very
Poor

Lacking

Average

Good

Excellent

1

The quality of your own knowledge of the Internet

Actual

Preferred

2

The quality of the physical space in which you normally study

Actual

Preferred

3

The quality of the computers you used

Actual

Preferred

4

The quality of your connection to the internet (speed and reliability)

Actual

Preferred

5

The quality of the web site as a tool for navigating the course

Actual

Preferred

6

The quality of the web site content and resources

Actual

Preferred

7

The quality of the thinking the course helped you achieve

Actual

Preferred

8

The quality of the teacher's participation and feedback

Actual

Preferred

9

The quality of participation among class members

Actual

Preferred


The remaining 20 questions are about practices which could take place (ideally) in this on-line unit.

Think about how well each statement describes the way you would like the unit to be.

Relevance of Learning

In this on-line unit:

Almost
Never

Seldom

Some-
times

Often

Almost
Always

10

My learning focuses on issues that interest me.

Actual

Preferred

11

What I learn is related to my professional practice.

Actual

Preferred

12

I learn how to improve my professional practice.

Actual

Preferred

13

I learn interesting things about my professional practice.

Actual

Preferred

14

What I learn connects well with what I do in my professional practice.

Actual

Preferred


Reflective Thinking

In this on-line unit:

Almost
Never

Seldom

Some-
times

Often

Almost
Always

15

I think about how I learn.

Actual

Preferred

16

I am critical about my own ideas.

Actual

Preferred

17

I am critical of other students' ideas.

Actual

Preferred

18

I think critically about ideas in the reading.

Actual

Preferred

19

I suspend my disbelief in new ideas.

Actual

Preferred


Interactivity

In this on-line unit:

Almost
Never

Seldom

Some-
times

Often

Almost
Always

20

I have an opportunity to talk to other students.

Actual

Preferred

21

I explain my ideas to other students.

Actual

Preferred

22

I ask other students to explain their ideas.

Actual

Preferred

23

Other students ask me to explain my ideas.

Actual

Preferred

24

Other students explain their ideas to me.

Actual

Preferred


Cognitive Support

In this on-line unit:

Almost
Never

Seldom

Some-
times

Often

Almost
Always

25

The teacher challenges my assumptions.

Actual

Preferred

26

The teacher stimulates my thinking.

Actual

Preferred

27

The teacher provokes me to participate in discussions.

Actual

Preferred

28

The teacher models good discourse.

Actual

Preferred

29

The teacher models critical self-reflection.

Actual

Preferred


Any other comments you'd like to make:



Submission capability has been disabled for this form. If you wish to view
a "live" version, please see http://dougiamas.com/writing/tlf2000/

This survey is based on COLLES - the Student Experience/Preferred
Form - Maor & Taylor, Curtin University, 6/1999

Citation: See the "Please cite as" advice at the end of Dougiamas: Main article


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