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Write Test Specifications. What learners should be able to do to show they have accomplished the goal or the objectives. This week your group…. Wrote Learning Goal Wrote learning objectives for the goal Determined types of learning of the goal

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Write test specifications

Write Test Specifications

What learners should be able to do to show they have accomplished the goal or the objectives


This week your group

This week your group….

  • Wrote Learning Goal

  • Wrote learning objectives for the goal

  • Determined types of learning of the goal

  • Conducted information-processing analysis of the goal.

  • Conducted a prerequisite analysis

  • Write test specifications for the goal and objectives


The triangle

THE Triangle…

Curriculum

CIA or CAI

Assessment

Instruction


Instructional timelines

Instructional Timelines

Objectives

Plan instruction

Teach

Test

Reteach

Test

Objectives

Plan Assessment

Plan instruction

Teach

Apply Strategies

FA

FA

SA

Backward Design


Backward design

Backward Design

  • Stage 1: Identify Desired Results

    • What “enduring” understandings are desired?

    • What should learners know, understand, and be able to do?

    • What is worth understanding?


Backward design1

Backward Design

  • Stage 2: Determine Acceptable Evidence of Learning

    • How will we know if learners have achieved the desired results and met the standards? 

    • What will we accept as evidence of learner understanding and proficiency?


Backward design2

Backward Design

  • Stage 3: Design Learning Experiences & Instruction

    • Plan instructional activities.

    • Share best practice.

    • Build in collaboration.

    • Ensure success for all learners.


Grant wiggins

Grant Wiggins

  • Understanding by Design--Backward Design 3 Stages

  • http://ditc.missouri.edu/designProcess/designCases/backDesign.html


Triangle with backward design

Triangle with Backward Design

Curriculum

Assessment

Instruction


Assessment types

Assessment Types


Assessment for learning assessment of learning

Assessment FOR LearningAssessment OF Learning

  • Rich Stiggins

    • FOR learning means the purpose of the assessments drive and inform the instruction versus compare students

    • Assessments OF learning--normative

    • Assessments FOR learning-criterion referenced--everyone could get an A


The demise of the bell shaped curve in education

The demise of the Bell Shaped Curve in Education

  • No Child Left Behind

  • A year’s worth of growth for every child

  • Mastery Learning-everyone achieves the goals and objectives

  • High expectations for ALL students


Instructional design strategy

Instructional Design Strategy

  • Gagne’s Events of Instruction

    • Gain Attention

    • Inform learner of the objective

    • Simulate recall of prerequisite learning

    • Present material

    • Elicit performance

    • Provide feedback

    • Assess performance

    • Enhance retention and transfer


Scaffolding

Scaffolding

  • Locus of cognitive processing

    • Instruction supplies-SUPPLANTIVE

      • High scaffolding

      • Knowledge gained through instruction

    • Student generated--GENERATIVE

      • Low scaffolding

      • Knowledge generated by students


Remember learning classifications

Remember learning classifications

  • http://classweb.gmu.edu/ndabbagh/Resources/IDKB/gagnetax.htm


States and capitals

States and Capitals

  • http://www.sd54.org/schools/keller/jmikes/statesandcapitals.htm

  • Is this good instructional design?

  • What goal might it support?

  • Does it include all or any of Gagne’s events?


The clickable pigeon

The Clickable Pigeon

  • http://www.swishzone.com/index.php?area=resources&tab=movies&do=page&action=detailed&link_id=2412

  • Is this good instructional design?

  • What goal might it support?

  • Does it include all or any of Gagne’s events?


Id examples see how others solved problems

ID ExamplesSee how others solved problems

  • http://cid.byu.edu/


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