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1 Introspection: Instructional Design Shabana Figueroa Email: bana13@gmail.combana13@gmail.com Website: shabanafigueroa.netshabanafigueroa.net

2 Work Culture Instructional design framework Approach to course design

3 Framework Use of prescriptive models as a starting point.prescriptive models o ADDIE Young’s Culture Based Model: ID_TABLET Henderson’s Multiple Culture Model Multidimensional Model of Collis, Vingerhoet, Moonen

4 A Systematic Process DESIGNFINE-TUNEDEVELOPMENTFINE-TUNE EVALUATIONFINE-TUNE REVISION Determine need Analyze your students Establish Goals Review goals/objectives Develop assessment strategies Create course outline Review existing materials Organize and develop content Select delivery method Develop a revision plan

5 Framework Use of prescriptive models as a starting point. o ADDIE o Third Dimensional Model (ADDIE + Intention, Introspection and Interaction) Young’s Culture Based Model: ID_TABLET Henderson’s Multiple Culture Model Multidimensional Model of Collis, Vingerhoet, Moonen

6 Young (2009) Culture Based Model Eight areas that form the acronym ID_Tablet: inquiry (6 design factors), development (10 design factors), team (3 design factors), assessments (4 design factors), brainstorming (10 design factors), learners (10 design factors), elements (25 design factors), and training (2 design factors).

7 Framework Use of prescriptive models as a starting point. o ADDIE o Third Dimensional Model (ADDIE + Intention, Introspection and Interaction) Young’s Culture Based Model: ID_TABLET Henderson’s Multiple Culture Model Multidimensional Model of Collis, Vingerhoet, Moonen

8 Henderson’s Multiple Cultures Model Henderson (2007)

9 Framework Use of prescriptive models as a starting point. o ADDIE o Third Dimensional Model (ADDIE + Intention, Introspection and Interaction) Young’s Culture Based Model: ID_TABLET Henderson’s Multiple Culture Model Multidimensional Model of Collis, Vingerhoet, Moonen

10 Multidimensional Model of Collis, Vingerhoet, Moonen (1999) Focus on online pedagogy and technology Extension of online flexibility by focusing on : Social organization of the course Group number/Member proximity Selection of course materials, learning and assessment activities Language and visual aesthetics Technology Platform Model of interaction Conditions for a course Digital Ethics Course Digital Ethics Course Example: Digital Ethics Course Digital Ethics Course

11 Guiding Principles Instructional Objectives Content Presentation/ Learner Engagement Include a well defined set of learning outcomes that align with the goals/objectives of the course –some measurable. Detailed explanation of the course requirements, instructor expectations, course policies, and academic policies. Intuitive course navigation Introductory course module (Getting Started) Integrated offline and online course activities throughout the course. Content is chunked and presented in portions to allow students to focus on specific concepts. Example: *Action ResearchAction Research

12 Guiding Principles Communication/Collaboration Assessment of Learning Interactivity is linked to course objectives Communication within the course incorporates a variety of tools (live chat, offline discussions, email, virtual office hours) Offer collaborative opportunities Create a communication policy Assessment activities are integrated throughout the course. All deadlines, grading criteria, assignment details are clearly presented and defined. Opportunities for self assessment (quizzes, flash cards, puzzles, etc.) Include assessment activities that require higher order thinking (Authentic Assessment) Example: Computer Skills for Information AgeComputer Skills for Information Age

13 Guiding Principles Learning Support Assessment of Learning Technical Policies Technology Requirements Access to Resource – Labs, Library Assessment activities are integrated throughout the course. All deadlines, grading criteria, assignment details are clearly presented and defined. Opportunities for self assessment (quizzes, flash cards, puzzles, etc.) Include assessment activities that require higher order thinking (Authentic Assessment) Example: Shakespearean Literature

14 The essentials … Teachers need training to use technology effectively Good teaching matters Student numbers are critical. Interaction is essential Teamwork is essential Balance variety with economy Technology is not the issue New technologies are not necessarily better than old ones

15 Extending Instructional Design Portal: my.spelman.edumy.spelman.edu

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