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LEARNING OBJECT PEER REVIEW RUBRIC

ADAPTED FROM WISCONSIN ONLINE RESOURCE CENTER INTERACTIVE LEARNING OBJECTS QUALITY STANDARDS

Scale = 1-5 (1=the learning object meets less than half the quality standards; 3=the learning object meets seventy-five percent of the quality standards; 5=the learning object meets all the quality standards.



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Quality Standards: The learning object... Comments
1. Shows a clear purpose, i. e., it is immediately relevant to the learner.
2. Reflects a measurable learning outcome.
3. Addresses content mastery as well as critical thinking ability.
4. Helps learners understand the concept that is being presented.
5. Can be applied to courses in different subject areas.
6. Can be applied to different programs of study.
7. Can be grouped into larger collections of content, including traditional course structures.
8. Requires interaction on the part of the learner with the learning materials, i.e.,responding and acting to aplly higher-order thinking skills.
9. Can stand alone,i.e., it is not dependent on external sources (textbook chapters,videos).
10. Contains all information and materials needed by learners to complete the activity, e.g.,introduction, summary, learning content.
11. Is easy to use for the learner.
12. Has an assessment that measures the achievement of stated objective.
13. Has an assessment that provides feedback.
14. Has an assessment type that is appropriate.
15. Has “Self-check” or practice assignments are provided for quick learner feedback.
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