Proceedings of Evaluating the New Teaching Technologies Workshop, April 28 2000

Evaluation Workshop, April 28, 2000


Summary Paper

Evaluate, Evaluate, Evaluate
Ian Johnston and Mary Peat, UniServe Science

Invited Papers

Evaluating the New Technologies: A student learning focused perspective
Michael Prosser, La Trobe University
Evaluating the New Technologies
Ann Sefton, The University of Sydney

Workshop Presentations

Is it possible to design a relevant syllabus for Level I Chemistry?
Geoffrey T. Crisp, The University of Adelaide
Evaluating teaching materials and educational software for their commercial potential: Issues for academics and teachers to consider
James Dalziel, The University of Sydney and WebMCQ Pty Ltd
Doing it differently in science: An evaluation of the process
Sharon P. Fraser and Elizabeth M. Deane, University of Western Sydney
Evaluation of improved outcomes in physics service courses
P. D. Jarvis, J. E. Humble, R. D. Watson, I. A. Newman, E. Chelkowska, University of Tasmania and S. Stack, Elizabeth College, Hobart
Is there a right way to teach physics?
Ian Johnston and Rosemary Millar, The University of Sydney
Innovative teaching of the experimental sciences in regional Queensland
Robert Newby, Central Queensland University
Why am I evaluating this thingummygig?
Mary Peat, The University of Sydney

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Pearson Education Australia was a proud sponsor of this UniServe Science workshop. Pearson Education supports UniServe Science's aim to promote the use of technology in science teaching and learning.

Proceedings of Evaluating the New Teaching Technologies Workshop, April 28, 2000

Published by: UniServe Science, Carslaw Building (F07), The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
Editor: Anne Fernandez
ISBN: 1 86487 269 1 (print version)
© 2000

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