ICT in Education Toolkit Version 2.0a
September 2006
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Tool 4.5: Design, Develop & Test ICT-Enhanced Content
1 Contentware Framework
2 Who Develops Contentware
3 Development Teams
4 Necessary Facilities
5 Delineation of Scope of Work
6 Design of Modules
7 Construction of Modules
8 Testing/Revision of Modules
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Toolbox 4:
Planning for ICT-Enhanced Content
4.1 ICT-Enhanced Content Requirements
4.2 Existing ICT-Enhanced Content
4.3 Educational Content on the Web
4.4 Evaluation of Authorware
4.5 Design, Develop & Test ICT-Enhanced Content
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  8. Testing and Revision of Modules

After a module is constructed it should be tested for implementability. (The teaching/Learning effectiveness of the system of modules will be tested in the classroom as part of the evaluation of the ICT Intervention. The evaluation process is described in Tool 6.1.)

The Implementability Test of each module is administered in two parts:

  • A group of master teachers (3-5) is selected to review the draft module and comment on it from their perspective, in terms of content, clarity, motivation, friendliness, appropriateness for teaching at the intended level, presumed effect on students, etc.
  • Each of the above teachers will select 2-3 of his/her students and share with them the draft module (not teach it to them.) These students could have studied the topic before. The students will go through the module and comment on it from their perspective, in terms of clarity, friendliness, appropriateness for the intended level, presumed effect on students in terms of motivation, engagement, problem solving, application, etc

To standardize and facilitate the review process, a Guide for Testing of Implementability of Draft Module is presented as Annex B. It helps teachers and students in reviewing a module and recording test results. The Form may be downloaded and saved on a hard disk to be completed electronically and communicated to the Development team. Alternatively it may be printed and completed manually.

Guide for Testing of Implementability of Draft Module - Teacher Part
Guide for Testing of Implementatbility of Draft Module - Student Part

The Development Team revises the Draft Module according to the feedback received from Testing for Implementability. Before finalizing the Module, all the technical aspects should be tested, including hyperlinks to web sites or documents.


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