ASSESSMENT IN DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER-AIDED INSTRUCTION

Abdul Muis, Mappalotteng (2014) ASSESSMENT IN DEVELOPMENT COMPUTER-AIDED INSTRUCTION. Seminar Nasional dan Temu Alumni "Peran Pendidikan dalam Pembangunan Karakter Bangsa". ISSN 978-602-96172-6-9

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Abstract

Assessment in development computer-aided instruction (CAI) is not only done on the final products, but the assessment also takes place during the development process. Similar to assessments conducted by experts (Expert Judgment), the assessment also carried out by the user to individual persons (one to one), a small group, an expanded group, and real users (in dissemination process). In developing CAI, there are several aspects to be assessed such as programming, learning design, contents, and also its visual aspect. Moreover, there are several indicators that should be included in developing CAI which are: a. Software Engineering/Programming: (1). Effectiveness and Efficiency in the development and use of instructional media; (2). Reliable; (3).Maintainable (can easily be maintained and managed); (4). Usability (easy to use and simple in operation); (5).The accuracy in selection of the type of application / software / tool for development; (6) Compatibility (learning media can be installed / run on existing hardware and software); (7). Packaging of integrated instructional media and easy in execution; (8). Completeness of instructional media program documentation which consist of: installation manual (clear, brief, and complete); troubleshooting (clear, structured and anticipated); program design (clear and complete in describing program workflow); (9) Reusable (part or all program learning media can be reused to develop other learning media). b. Aspects of Learning Design and Content Items: (1) Clarity of learning objectives (formulation, realistic); (2) The relevance of the learning objectives with SK / KD / curriculum; (3) The scope and depth of learning objectives; (4) The accuracy of the use of learning strategies; (5) Interactivity; (6) Provision of motivation to learn; (7) Contextuality and actuality; (8) The completeness and the quality of learning support materials; (9) Compliance with the aim of learning materials; (10) The depth of the material; (11) Ease to be understood; (12) The systematic, continuous, clear logic flow; (13) The clarity of description, discussion, examples, simulations, exercises; (14) Consistency of evaluation with the aim of learning; (15) The accuracy and provision of evaluation tools; (16) The provision of feedback on the evaluation results. c. Aspects of Visual Communication / Display: (1) Communicative; according to the message and can be received / in line with the expected target; (2) Creative ideas pouring in the following idea; (3) Simple and attractive; (4) Audio (narration, sound effects, back sound, music; (5) Visual (layout design, typography, colour); (6) Media movement (animation, movie); (7) Interactive Layout (navigation icons). Keywords: Assessment, Development, CAI, Programming, Design, Visual

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Assessment, Development, CAI, Programming, Design, Visual
Subjects: Prosiding > International Conference on Educational Research and Evaluation (ICERE) 2014
Divisions: Program Pasca Sarjana
Depositing User: Eprints
Date Deposited: 31 Jul 2015 07:12
Last Modified: 31 Jul 2015 07:12
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/24476

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