Global Nature of Web Effect Evaluation

October 31, 2008 at 2:20 am (Uncategorized)

I do believe the global nature of the web has a great impact on evaluation. So many issues can be addressed and evaluated using the web. There are so many online tools and evaluation ideas on the web. For example, Spelling City (website) is used to evaluate students progress in spelling. If not using the web, one must use other resources (concrete) to evaluate. When thinking educationally, the web is used to translate assessments/ evaluations to educators (i.e. Thinklink learning assessment scores…used as analysis of student learning). These tools are used to explain exactly what each student needs based on the evaluations (results are translated through the use of the web). It is much more convenient and effective. The global nature of the web does highly impact evaluation. Without this highly used resource, tracking evaluations would be much more difficult.

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