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استاذ تكنولوجيا التعليم المشارك بكلية التربية بالزلفي

book B77

Chapter 6. Towards Valid Score Reports in the Computer
Program LOVS: A Redesign Study10
Abstract
Recent research in the field of education (Van der Kleij & Eggen, 2013) has suggested that
users do not make an entirely correct interpretation of the score reports from the pupilmonitoring
Computer Program LOVS. This study investigated how these reports can be
redesigned in a way that supports users in interpreting pupils‘ test results. In several rounds of
consultations and designs with the users and experts, alternative designs for the reports were
created and field tested. No clear differences were found in terms of users‘ interpretation
accuracy between the original and the redesigned versions of the reports. However, users‘
perceptions of the redesigned reports were predominantly positive. Eventually, a final set of
design solutions was generated. The authors emphasise the need for clear score reports and
involvement of experts and current/future users in the design process to ensure the validity of
the reports.

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