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instructional design review
Instructional Design: Review

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

begin with the end in mind
Begin with the End in Mind

“Habit 2 is based on imagination–the ability to envision in your mind what you cannot at present see with your eyes. It is based on the principle that all things are created twice. There is a mental (first) creation, and a physical (second) creation. The physical creation follows the mental, just as a building follows a blueprint.… Begin with the End in Mind means to begin each day, task, or project with a clear vision of your desired direction and destination, and then continue by flexing your proactive muscles to make things happen.”

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

Source: Covey, S. R. (2004). The 7 habits of highly effective people. New York: Free Press.

assessment
Assessment

Formative

Summative

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

assessment forlearning

generally ungraded

students: what have I learned? how can I improve?

instructors: what have students mastered? where are they having difficulty?

  • assessment oflearning
  • generally graded
  • measure improvement, comprehension, &/or retention
  • provide evidence of learning or mastery
matching objective to domain
Matching Objective to Domain

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

strategies cognitive domain
Strategies: Cognitive Domain

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

Adapted from: Cranton, P. (2000). Planning instruction for adult learners. Toronto: Wall & Emerson, p. 179.

example multiple choice
Example: Multiple Choice

Characteristics

Example

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

3-5 choices

Can be written to most levels of Bloom's taxonomy

Easy to grade

Limited value for synthesis and evaluation

Clear and straightforward

Distractors are important

Your assignment is to locate articles on the effects of personal income tax deduction on the economy. Select from below the most effective search strategy:

personal income and tax deduction and (economy or economic conditions)

effects of personal income tax deduction on the economy

personal and income tax deduction and economy

example true false
Example: True/False

Characteristics

Examples

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

Measures narrow range of content

Tests recognition

Binary (50% chance of being correct)

A good search statement will include the use of Boolean operators (True or False)

Boolean operators can narrow or broaden search results (True or False)

example matching
Example: Matching

Characteristics

Example

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

Identify relationships between two sets of responses

Tests ability to discriminate

No ambiguity

No more than 6 or 7 items

a sample worksheet assessment
A Sample Worksheet/Assessment
  • Objective: can student successfully perform the tasks needed for the assignment?
  • Meta-cognitive: can student evaluate process, describe success/failure of different approaches?

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

pre tests
Pre-tests

Pros

Cons

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

determine start point

arouse interest

advance organizer / cues

post-tests

intimidate learners

time away from instruction

classroom assessment techniques
Classroom Assessment Techniques

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell

LB2822.75 .A54 1993 (Education)

task design an assessment
Task: Design an Assessment
  • Locate a relevant library subscription database via the OPAC to search for journal articles 
  • Correctly classify KPE documents as primary or secondary sources
  • Compose a proper APA citation for their bibliography with fewer than 3 errors

What strategies could you employ to assess these learning objectives?

Design a task or question to measure student performance.

UBC SLAIS - LIBR 535 Summer 2009 | Instructor: Colleen Bell