Instructional Design. Dr. Jeannette K. Jones, RCC [email protected] Design Concepts. “You’ve got to get the fundamentals down because otherwise the fancy stuff isn’t going to work” – Dr. Randy Pausch – Last Lecture Remembering your favorite teacher….
“You’ve got to get the fundamentals down because otherwise the fancy stuff isn’t going to work”
– Dr. Randy Pausch – Last Lecture
Remembering your favorite teacher…
One way is….
Analyze – What is learning gap (objectives)
Design – How (instructional and learning strategies, tool selection, flow, etc.)
Develop – Authoring and producing materials
Implement – Run the program (pilot, full scale)
Evaluate – Judge impact of program
“Although information and knowledge is recognized as an important outcome of education, very few teachers would be satisfied to regard this as the primary or the sole outcome of instruction. What is needed is some evidence that the students can do something with their knowledge, that is, that they can apply the information to new situations and problems.”
- Dr. Benjamin Bloom
Given a list of the state capitals, the student will be able to, match the capitals with the corresponding state with 90% accuracy.
Select one of the objectives created in the previous activity.
Determine what type of assessment you would use for that objective and be able to support your choice.
Create a rubric that would align with the assessment instrument.
Be prepared to share your ideas.