Edtech 572

Report #2

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Comments | Goal Statement | Performance Objectives | Assessment |Sequence | Preinstructional Activities | Example for each Objective |Feedback for each Objective | Strategy for Terminal Objective | Student Groupings and Media Selections | Pre- and Posttests |Student Handout

(Top) Comments on revisions made since Report 1:

As I have progressed through the instructional design process I received some valuable input from my one to one and small group evaluations. This input has caused me to make a couple of revisions to report number one.

The first was the removal of step eight which was designed to teach students how to develop an interactive quiz. In my formal evaluation it was commented on by both novice and experienced students that this might be a bit overwhelming for a three hour training. As a result step eight has been removed from the first report.

The second change was the removal of the pre and post tests and put the focus soley on the project based assessment, since it was felt this would impact students' attitude and motivation to the overall class. The comments I received stated that when the faculty was pre-tested, they tended to develop a more negative outlook on the preceding training. This was information received from both test subjects and my IT Coordinator who has conducted many technology trainings in the district.

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(Top) Copy of revised instructional analysis and goal statement:

Click the link below for the revised instructional analysis and goal statement. This is a word file that has not yet been formatted to print.

(Top) Performance objectives:

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(Top) Sample assessments for each objective:

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(Top) Instructional Sequence:

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(Top) Pre-instructional Activities:

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(Top) Information/Example for each Objective:

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(Top) Practice/feedback for each objective:

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(Top) Describe strategy for teaching terminal objective:

To reach my terminal objective I am using a combination of Gagne's Nine Events and a constructivist's approach. I will use Gagne's Nine events to gain their attention, inform them of their objectives or "Learning Target", stimulate proir learning, present material, and provide guidance. It is at this point that I will switch to a more constructivist approach by eliciting performance in the form of a project that they will complete. It will be the creation of their own website through the training that will allow me to assess, provide feedback, and enhance retention.

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(Top) Describe student groupings and media selections:

Groupings will consist of individual stations and small group collaboration to simulate real world application. Most learning will take place at individual work stations, but students will be provided time to collaborate during practice sessions to simulate real the world environment.

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(Top) Attach copies of pre and post tests that will be used with the instruction:

Pretest- No Pretest will be given.

Practice Test- This will be assessed as the students progress through the lesson by creating and adding their second text and web page to their website.

Post Test- This will be the completion of their project with the addition of their third text and web page to their website, creating a web presence, and completion of the terminal objective.

Student Handout- This is an instructional handout to assist students in learning content and to use as a resource to refresh their memory later on.

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