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CLIR-PLAN-ER: An Instructional Design Model
Curricular Objectives Learner Characteristics Integration/Multiple Literacies ResourcesPlan InstructionEnactment/SharingReflection
Curricular Objectives –Map to curriculum –Learning Problem –Pose essential questions –Essential understandings: So what? Home
Learner Characteristics –Prior knowledge –Gaps in knowledge –Interests/passions –Student questions –Special needs –Readiness –Motivation –Learning Styles Home
Integration/Multiple Literacies –Cross discipline –Authentic learning –Current events –Social action –Citizenship Home
Resources –Experts –Technology (audio/visual) –Venue visits –Print resources –Manipulatives Home
Plan Instruction 5 Ws and How? Resources Projects/tasks, investigations Demonstrations, simulations, practice, application, integration Instructional 'hook' Assessment - Formative, summative Home
Enactment/Sharing Publicizing of learning Enactment/reflection of/on social action Celebration Home
Reflection –Summative Evaluation –What worked? –What didn't work? –Why? Why not? –What gaps remain? –Where do we need to go? Home
CLIR-PLAN-ER: An Instructional Design Model. Curricular Objectives Learner Characteristics Integration/Multiple Literacies ResourcesPlan InstructionReflection.
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