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Chapter 3 ASSURE Model

Chapter 3 ASSURE Model



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  • 1. Chapter 3 The A S S U R E Model Frostburg State University Fall 2013 Presented by: Nicole Whiteman, Tara Fair, Amanda Deal, and Jacob Twigg
  • 2. What is the ASSURE Model? • A constructivist approach using a step-by-step process to create lessons that effectively incorporate technology and media to improve student learning
  • 3. An Acronym for six step process…
  • 4. Who Developed the model? Robert Heinich and Michael Molenda of Indiana University and James D. Russell of Purdue University in the 1990′s.
  • 5. “Research has shown that well-designed lessons begin with the arousal of students’ interests…” We need to know our students…
  • 6. Analyze Learners… Learning Styles: Multiple intelligences, perceptual preferences, motivation, processing habits, and physiological factors Entry Competencies: Knowledge, skills and attitudes General Characteristics: Gender, Ethnicity, and Age
  • 7. State Standards & Objectives… Technology Standards are descriptions of expected student performance established at the school district, state and national level. Objectives are statements of what each learner will achieve, not how the lesson is taught and are derived from the curriculum and technology standards.
  • 8. State Standards & Objectives… Importance of Standards and Objectives • Help select strategies, technology, and media that will ensure learning • Ensure assessment of student learning • Students are better prepared when they know expected outcomes
  • 9. State Standards & Objectives… Creating Well Stated Learning Objectives • Audience- specifies learner • Behavior- should describe the new capability of the learner/real world skill • Conditions- Materials and environment of the learner • Degree- includes time, accuracy and qualitative standards
  • 10. Select… Questions to consider while selecting strategies, technology, media, and materials: • Should this lesson be student or teacher led? • What strategy will engage and motivate my students? • What device of technology or media will be best for all of my students? • Should I create my own materials, use or modify existing materials?
  • 11. Utilize Technology, Media & Materials.. Follow the 5 “Ps” 1. Preview your selection in relation to learning objectives. 2. Prepare devices, media, and materials. 3. Prepare the environment- think of where learning will take place. 4. Prepare the learners- use proper “warmups” 5. Provide the learning experience.
  • 12. Require Learner Participation… Describe how you are going to get the learner actively involved in the lesson or activity. Remember that your job as the teacher is more of a guide and facilitator and the students experience their own learning. All the activities should provide time to manipulate the information and explore and practice the skills.
  • 13. Evaluate & Revise… This is where you reflect and decide if you can make anything better for future lessons. You evaluate student performance and decide whether they can do better during the next time. You should also evaluate the media components and how effective they were. Evaluate instructor performance by selfexamining how you did as an instructor or facilitator.
  • 14. Why Use ASSURE? • Customized • Students will learn by actively participating • Tried and True
  • 15. Sources • del.html • • Smaldino, Sharon, Deborah Lowther, and James Russell.Instructional Technology and Media for Learning. 10th. Boston, MA: Pearson Education, 2012. 36-63. Print.