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Redesigning Design: Field Testing a Revised Design Rubric Based of iNACOL Quality Course Standards

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JDE Volume 31, Number 2, ISSN 0830-0445 Publisher: Athabasca University Press


Designers have a limited selection of K-12 online course creation standards to choose from that are not blocked behind proprietary or pay walls. For numerous institutions and states, the use of the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Courses is becoming a widely used resource. This article presents the final phase in a three-part study to test the validity and reliability of the iNACOL standards specifically to online course design. Phase three was a field test of the revised rubric based on the iNACOL standards against current K-12 online courses. While the results show a strong exact match percentage, there is more work to be done with the revised rubric.RsumLes concepteurs ont une slection limite des normes K-12 de cration de cours en ligne choisir qui ne sont pas bloqus derrire des proprits exclusives ou des pages informatiques. Pour de nombreuses institutions et tats, l'utilisation des Normes nationales pour les cours en ligne de qualit iNACOL devient une ressource largement utilise. Cet article prsente la phase finale d\u2019une tude en trois parties pour tester la validit et la fiabilit des normes iNACOL spcifiquement lies la conception de cours en ligne. La phase trois tait une mise l\u2019essai sur le terrain de la rubrique rvise tablie en fonction des normes iNACOL par rapport aux cours en ligne K-12 actuels. Bien que les rsultats montrent un fort pourcentage de correspondance exacte, il y a plus de travail faire avec la rubrique rvise.


Adelstein, D. & Barbour, M. (2016). Redesigning Design: Field Testing a Revised Design Rubric Based of iNACOL Quality Course Standards. The Journal of Distance Education / Revue de l'ducation Distance, 31(2),. Athabasca University Press. Retrieved September 22, 2019 from .



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