Instructional Module Snapshot
October 28, 2013
The instructional module snapshot presentation contains a brief
description about the course, “Computer 101” based in the design,
performance based in objective, the content with the teaching strategy,
and the formative assessment.
Computer 101 Learning setting
Computer lab. and online setup in a community college.
Period (Hybrid class)
Computer Lab. - 2 times per week– (Mondays and Wednesdays) - 2 hrs.
Regular Classroom – (Fridays) - 2hrs.
Online – (Tuesdays and Thursdays) - 2 hrs.
10 hrs. per week
200 hrs. per semester
- Males = 7
- Females = 5
The computer students will be able to learn and develop skills,
techniques, and methods that are in alignment with the computer
curriculum and the standards education creating an interactive blog for
Performance Based Objectives
At the end of the course Literacy Computer 101, the learner will be
o describe the interactive blog parts for the preparation of education
courses with at least 90% accuracy.
o identify knowledge of creating a blog using technological resources
like computer, achieving interaction by identifying different tabs as
VCITA, Buddy press, Qualroo, Disqus, and Speakpipe for virtual
access with at least 90% accuracy.
Content Based Instructional Strategy
The academic students counselor start a conversation and ask them the
What the students know about the institution blog?
What is the blog main function?
If it works for you? Provide examples of the blog execution.
How many times a week do you connect with the university or
suffer to your web site?
5. Do you know well about the resources offer? What are those?
6. What kind of information do you could find in the university web
The group of students from the class of “Computer 101” will
have the opportunity to watch a video related to the creation of a blog
and interactions between student and instructor.
All will sit for 30 minutes watching video content. From there
we will begin with the following questions that will be placed on their
Every test or quiz will be able in the blog page two weeks before
One individual project will assess application of knowledge.
The creation of the student blog with all tabs included.
Completed detailed student information that includes a student
mission, vision, final goal, and educational philosophy, name, phone
number, student card, brochures, students presentations, and a final
presentation about the student blog.
The students from Computer 101 will be able to finish their
course making a final presentation about what they learned in class
using the resources taught and they could introduce new
technological trends for the college career.
Will understand the importance of an interactive blog in order
to maintain an online direct communication with the instructor and
their fellow classes. They will know how to create an account and
how can its usefulness for future student work.