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  • 1. ED636 DR. MATILDA RIVERA, UOG FALL SEMESTER 2006 “ ASSURE MODEL” A PRESENTATION BY: ARACELI NELSON ARLENE CHUA NORMAN BABIA
  • 2. MENU DEFINITION PROCESS COVER PAGE REFERENCES
  • 3. DEFINITION
  • 4. “ A lesson plan designed and developed to create the most APPROPRIATE learning environment for the students.” Source : http://www.unca.edu/education/edtech/techcourse/assure.htm
  • 5. PROCESS
  • 6. ANALYZE learners STATE objectives SELECT instructional methods, media, & materials UTILIZE media & materials REQUIRE learner participation EVALUATE and revise A S S U R E
  • 7. “ Know your target audience (students)” NALYZE LEARNERS A
  • 8. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Number of Students: 6 Level (grade or age): Master’s Degree Students Gender: Male / Female Age Range: 30 – 99 Exceptionalities: Diverse Technological Skills Cultural / Ethnic: Multi - Cultural
  • 9. ENTRY COMPETENCIES “ The students in this class have very diverse Internet Skills – some are very competent while others are beginners in this field.”
  • 10.
    • LEARNING STYLES
    • The students will visit any of the following websites to know their learning styles:
      • http://www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm
      • http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html
      • They may print out a copy of the results if they so desire.
  • 11. “ Write the learning outcomes (OBJECTIVES) of your lesson.” TATE OBJECTIVES s
  • 12. OBJECTIVE ELEMENTS: AUDIENCE: The SJS Master’s of Ins. Tech. Class BEHAVIOR: Begin creating their ASSURE Lesson Plan Model CONDITION: The students will be working individually or pairs and will have use of a computer with Internet access. DEGREE: The students should have the parts of an ASSURE Lesson Plan at the end of the period.
  • 13. OBJECTIVE STATEMENT (S): - The Saint John’s School Master of Instructional Technology class will begin creating the ASSURE Lesson Plan Model. - The students may work individually or in pairs. - They will have the use of a computer with Internet access. - At the end of the period, the students should have the 6 (six) main parts of ASSURE Lesson Plan Model displayed in a simple word format.
  • 14. “ Instructional methods would meet the learning outcomes, media suited to work with the instructional method, & materials would provide the help they need in mastering the objectives.” ELECT INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS, MEDIA, & MATERIALS S
  • 15.
    • METHOD
    • Power Point Presentation
    • Discussion
    • Class Activity
    • Show and Tell
  • 16.
    • MEDIA: Technology
    • Laptop Computer
    • With Internet Access
    • Multimedia Projector
    • Power Point Software
  • 17.
    • MATERIALS
    • Presentation Handouts
    • Easel Board
    • Markers
    • Easel Stand
  • 18. “ Preview & prepare the materials, Prepare the environment & the student, and Provide the learning experience.” TILIZE MEDIA & MATERIALS U
  • 19.
    • PREVIEW THE MATERIAL
    • Check laptop & multimedia projector.
    • Check websites that explain the ASSURE Model
    • Prepare presentation plan.
    • Prepare the easel board, markers, and stand.
  • 20.
    • PREPARE THE MATERIAL
    • Create the Power Point Presentation
    • Print out the presentation to give the audience handouts.
    • Prepare the rubrics for the students’ work.
  • 21.
    • PREPARE THE ENVIRONMENT
    • Set up the Laptop and Projector
    • Set up Internet Connection.
    • Photocopy the Power Point print out for student handouts.
    • Set up easel stand, board, & markers.
  • 22.
    • PREPARE THE LEARNER
    • Introduce the topic of the day.
    • Explain the importance of this topic to effective lesson planning.
    • Explain the class activity – doing the
    • ASSURE Process which will be graded according to the predetermine rubrics.
  • 23.
    • PROVIDE THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
    • LECTURE – the Assure Model: importance and process.
    • DISCUSSION / Q & A
    • GROUP ACTIVITY
  • 24. “ Make your students actively involved in the learning process. Allow them to learn as opposed to trying to teach them.” EQUIRE LEARNER PARTICIPATION R
  • 25.
    • GROUP WORK
    • Divide the class in pairs.
    • Explain the activity: create a lesson plan using the ASSURE MODEL.
    • Explain the rubrics that will assess their output.
    • Distribute the easel paper and markers
  • 26.
    • PRESENTATION
    • Organize the groups into the order of presentation.
    • Set up work on the easel stand.
    • Grade the presentation according to the predetermined rubric.
  • 27. “ Evaluate the student performance, media and material components, and instructor performance according to the objectives set for the lesson. Cite suggestions for improving the lesson.” VALUATE & REVISE E
  • 28.
    • EVALUATE STUDENT PERFORMANCE
    • At the end of the period,
    • Assess student learning & participation.
    • Provide suggestions for improving student performance.
  • 29.
    • EVALUATE MEDIA
    • COMPONENTS
    • Through a student survey, students will be asked…
    • If they found the lesson effective based on its media components.
    • If any part of the lesson is found to be lacking in effectiveness.
    • Solicit suggestions for improvement.
  • 30.
    • EVALUATE INSTRUCTOR PERFORMANCE
    • Through a student survey, students will …
    • Evaluate the instructors in the way the lesson was presented.
    • (If time and scheduling permit, a colleague could observe the class and evaluate the instructor’s performance.)
    • Solicit suggestions for improvement.
  • 31. references
  • 32. SOURCES: http://www.unca.edu/education/edtech/techcourse/assure.htm http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official_s&tab=wi&q= Wahl, Dr., “Assure Model”, ED 452 Computers in Education, Fall Semester 2004