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Project Proposal Evaluation Guidelines

 

1.Effectiveness

The primary evaluation parameter for the design, development, and testing of innovative teaching aids and prototypes will be their effectiveness in enhancing the learning experience of students in the science and engineering curriculum. This will involve assessing the impact of the teaching aids and prototypes on student engagement, understanding, and retention of key concepts

 

2. Usability

 

Another important evaluation parameter will be the usability of the teaching aids and prototypes. This will involve assessing the ease of use, intuitiveness, and overall user-friendliness of the teaching aids and prototypes.

 

3. Technical feasibility

 

The technical feasibility of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing the technical specifications of the teaching aids and prototypes and determining whether they can be developed and implemented within the available resources.

 

4. Cost-effectiveness

The cost-effectiveness of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing the costs associated with the design, development, and implementation of the teaching aids and prototypes, and determining whether they provide value for money.

 

5. Scalability

 

The scalability of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing whether the teaching aids and prototypes can be easily adapted and implemented in other classrooms and learning environments.

6. Accessibility

 

The accessibility of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing whether the teaching aids and prototypes can be used by students with different abilities and disabilities.

7. Maintenance and Support

 

The ease of maintenance and support of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing the resources required to keep the teaching aids and prototypes running, and whether the support is available and easy to use.

8. Students feedback

 

Students feedback is also an important evaluation parameter, this will involve assessing the students opinion about the teaching aids and prototypes, and how they are contributing to their learning experience.

9. Teachers feedback

 

Teachers feedback is also an important evaluation parameter, this will involve assessing the teachers opinion about the teaching aids and prototypes, and how they are contributing to the teaching process

10. Durability

 

The durability of the teaching aids and prototypes will also be evaluated. This will involve assessing the longevity of the teaching aids and prototypes and whether they can withstand regular use.

The major evaluation criteria include:

• Relevance : The teaching aids should be relevant to the subject matter being taught and should be able to effectively illustrate key concepts or ideas. The proposal should demonstrate how the teaching aids will be used in the classroom and how they will support learning objectives.

• Pedagogical effectiveness The teaching aids should be designed to engage learners and facilitate the learning process. The proposal should describe the teaching aids design and how it will be used to engage learners.

• Quality The teaching aids should be well-made and should be able to withstand regular use. The proposal should include details about the materials and construction of the teaching aids, as well as any testing to ensure that they are durable and functional.

• Ease of use The teaching aids should be easy for educators to use in the classroom, and should not require significant setup or preparation time. The proposal should include details about how the teaching aids will be used and how educators will be trained to use.

• Innovativeness Proposals that offer new or innovative approaches to teaching may be given preference, particularly if they show potential to significantly improve the learning experience, hence, should describe the innovative approach of the teaching aids.

• Feasibility The proposal should be realistic in terms of the resources required to develop and implement the teaching aids, and should include a clear plan for how the project will be completed. It should include a detailed budget, timeline and resources required.

• Budget The proposal should include a detailed budget that outlines the costs associated with developing and implementing the teaching aids.

 

Submission Deadline

 

Proposals are invited round the year.

Submission: 1-20th every month