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Technology Evaluation Template

GENERAL INFORMATION
Technology Name: Age/Grade Level: Technology Type:
Video and quiz 15
Application Software Device
Source: (Web address, company name, etc.)
https://www.engvid.com/telephone-english/
Associated Learning Standard(s) or Objectives:
Students will be able to make short phone calls using appropriate vocabulary simulating a phone call from an job
interview.

RESOURCE DESCRIPTION
The source is an online video presented by EngVid.com in which students can learn how to speak on the phone using
appropriate vocabulary. In order to prove their understanding they will be able to take a quiz.
The Resource Allows Students To: YES NO N/A
C Create: Students can use creative thinking or will create an innovative product. X
o
n
Connect: Students can communicate with others outside the classroom. X
t
e
Research: Students can gather, evaluate, and use information. X
n
t Collaborate: Students can work together within the classroom or outside of the
a X
classroom. They can build upon each others knowledge and work.
n
d Contextualize: Students can make connections between content areas, ideas, and/or
X
P solve problems in a real-world context.
e
d Critique: Students must think critically, solve problems, evaluate information, and make
X
informed decisions.
a
g
o Build Technology Skills: Students must understand or be able to use technology
X
g concepts, systems, and operations.
y

RECOMMENDATION
Given the information above, would you recommend this resource? Why or why not? Include any additional
considerations or notes you have.
I completely recommend this source since when using it students will gain the main elements to speak on the phone
using proper vocabulary in real context such a phone call from a company which is looking for employees.

IMPLEMENTATION IDEAS

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This source may be used after having a warm up.
Then students can watch carefully the video taking some notes in order to remember the main ideas of the lesson.
Afterwards they will take the quiz just to check their understanding. Finally, they will be asked to simulate a phone call
form a company.

Note: The following criteria may also be considered in the use of this resource. However, it is important to
understand that these are secondary criteria to content and pedagogy.

The Resource Allows Students To: YES NO N/A


Work at different levels or paces: Students work is differentiated through the
Im X
resource.
pl
e Gather data about themselves: Students can see their progress because the resource
X
m contains a tracking system.
en Work intuitively: Students work easily with the resource because it is user friendly and
tat X
intuitively designed.
io
n Be motivated: Students are engaged and excited to use this resource. X

The Resource Is: YES NO N/A

Free: There is no financial cost for the students, teacher, or school. X


Lo
gi Easily Accessed: The resource does not require licensing and is available through the
X
sti web.
cs
Reliable: The resource does not have frequent bugs and may have some kind of
X
trouble shooting support available (either a help menu or a support team).

This template has been adapted from the following resources:


Christie, A., (2007). Dr. Alice Christies 6C Model for Evaluating Apps. Retrieved from
http://www.kathyschrock.net/uploads/3/9/2/2/392267/evalipad_content.pdf
ISTE, (2012). iste.netss Advancing Digital Age Learning. Retrieved from
http://www.iste.org/docs/pdfs/nets-s-standards.pdf?sfvrsn=2.
Schrock, K., (2011-14). Critical Evaluation of an Content-Based IPAD/IPOD APP. Retrieved from
http://alicechristie.org/6C/6C.pdf.

Other resources on technology evaluation tools can also be found at:


http://learninginhand.com/blog/ways-to-evaluate-educational-apps.html

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