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Closing the Gap on Coin Knowledge An ADDIE approach. Jametria Cooper. ADDIE APPROACH. There are 5 components to the instructional design of the ADDIE approach: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate. Analyze, Design, and Develop serves as the “meat and potatoes” of the process.

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Closing the gap on coin knowledge an addie approach

Closing the Gap on Coin KnowledgeAn ADDIE approach

JametriaCooper


Addie approach

ADDIE APPROACH

There are 5 components to the instructional design of the ADDIE approach: Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate.

Analyze, Design, and Develop serves as the “meat and potatoes” of the process.


Purpose

Purpose

  • Why did I choose the topic of Kindergarten students and coin knowledge?

    • Each year, there is a discrepancy in the number of students who are able to master the standard of coin knowledge. Only 38% of students mastered the GPS standard of identifying coins and its value, resulting in only 24% mastering the GPS standard for making fair trades.

  • My purpose?

    • The purpose of this project is to introduce kindergarten students to coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) and make fair tradesusing pennies, nickels, and dimes.


Analysis learner profile

Analysis/Learner Profile

Primary Student

Group

7 boys and 11 girls, 5&6 year olds, 10 white, 5 black, 2 biracial (black and white)

General Characteristics

Some have no structure from attending daycares, working on staying seated and raising our hands, some students are taking ADHD medication, some like to be in control, come from low socio-economical families

Number of Students

17 students

Location of Students

Kindergarten classroom at Social Circle Primary School, Title I school

Experience Levels

Over half did not attend PreK, 12 on grade level and 5 below grade level

Student Attitudes

Eager to learn new things, learn best through songs and hands-on learning

Skills needed to impact learning

Counting, one-to-one correspondence, coin identification, value of coins


Design develop

Design & Develop

Design

Develop

4 week lesson plan on coin identification and making fair trades.

Should be done in sequential order because coin identification and value is a prerequisite to making fair trades.

  • Students will identify coins by name and value through money poems, songs, worksheets and coin games.

    • (2.5 weeks)

  • Students will make fair trades through fair trade lessons and “Roll for” games using 5 and 10 frames.

    • (1.5 weeks)


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