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The Online Small Group Analysis (OSGA): Adapting a Tested Formative Assessment Technique for Online Teaching

@inproceedings{Crow2008TheOS,
  title={The Online Small Group Analysis (OSGA): Adapting a Tested Formative Assessment Technique for Online Teaching},
  author={Robert Crow and Dixie Mcginty and John LeBaron},
  year={2008}
}
The purpose of this article is to describe a newly developed investigative technique for the formative assessment of online teaching efficacy – the recently-piloted, seven-step Online Small Group Analysis (OSGA). While the basic tenets of the time-proven Small Group Analysis in face-to-face settings remain, it has become necessary to add three additional components and adapt the original model to suit specific characteristics of the online learning environment. The aim of this article… 

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