Multidimensional evaluation of teaching strategies adopted in the COVID-19 pandemic
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|Multidimensional evaluation of teaching strategies adopted in the COVID-19 pandemic
|Molina-Carmona, Rafael | Guillem Aldave, Carlos
|Grupo de Investigación en Tecnologías Inteligentes para el Aprendizaje (Smart Learning)
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|Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Ciencia de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial
|Teaching strategy | Sustainability | Usability | Accessibility | Evaluation model | Multidimensional evaluation
|Universal Access in the Information Society. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-022-00954-z
|This paper proposes a multidimensional social open model to evaluate the teaching strategies adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic by assessing the decisions made by teachers by a group of teachers acting as evaluators. Based on the analysis of previous studies on teaching, this study aims to propose a formal model for the evaluation of teaching strategies in four dimensions: sustainability, usability, accessibility, and creativity. The use of information technologies to measure teaching strategies can bring decisive advantages. This work has been inspired by social rating systems of social networks to propose a measurement system in which a potential large number of evaluators with different levels assess the strategies. In addition, the proposal also includes the evaluation of the evaluators' own work, assigning confidence levels that are based on their experience but also on their evaluations. In this way, we have a social measurement system, in the sense that participation is open to a large number of evaluators. A large community of teacher evaluators will increase the objectivity of the measurement. The outcome of the system will be a characterization of the teaching strategies that will allow to decide in the future which ones should be adopted according to the needs of each one.
|Open Access funding provided thanks to the CRUE-CSIC agreement with Springer Nature.
|1615-5289 (Print) | 1615-5297 (Online)
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