Instructional Design Project <br />Amanda Baker  <br />
Wasted Time <br />
Frustrated Off-Task  Students <br />
Frustrated Overwhelmed Teachers  <br />
What is the solution?  <br />
Organization<br />The instruction described in the following project was specifically designed for use at the Donegal High...
Problem<br />Instructional time is wasted during activities utilizing laptops because students do not know how to correct ...
Need <br />Students need direct instruction of troubleshooting strategies.  <br />
Goal <br />When experiencing log in or network connectivity problems, the learners will be able to diagnose and implement ...
Objective of Instruction <br />Given a content area classroom of varying grade levels equipped with a Windows based laptop...
The Learner<br />Description<br />The target population <br /><ul><li>9th graders
Varying ability levels and access to technology
A survey of students will be given to determine prior knowledge and ability level.</li></li></ul><li>The Learner  <br />En...
Learners will be able to control the computer through manipulation of accessories (i.e. mouse and keyboard).
Learners will be able to control computer through application of basic computer functions such as power button and start m...
Training Program  <br /><ul><li>7 consecutive sessions
Classroom equipped with Windows based wireless laptops, laptop equipped with ActivInspire software, projector and Promethe...
Media will include paper handouts and organizers as well as Flipchart versions projected onto the Promethean Board.</li></...
Training Program  <br />Pretest <br />What do students already know? <br />
Training Program <br />Instructional Sequence <br />
Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy   <br />Cluster 1: Error Items <br />Identifying the presence of an error <br...
Training Program<br />Assessment <br />Cluster 1: Error Items <br />Error Items Post-test <br />
Training Program <br />Instructional Sequence <br />
Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy   <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, Application & Assessment  <br />One 45 mi...
Proofreading  username and password
Checking caps lock
Retyping credentials </li></li></ul><li>Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy   <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, A...
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  1. 1. Instructional Design Project <br />Amanda Baker <br />
  2. 2. Wasted Time <br />
  3. 3. Frustrated Off-Task Students <br />
  4. 4. Frustrated Overwhelmed Teachers <br />
  5. 5. What is the solution? <br />
  6. 6. Organization<br />The instruction described in the following project was specifically designed for use at the Donegal High School in the Donegal School District in Mount Joy, Pa. <br />
  7. 7. Problem<br />Instructional time is wasted during activities utilizing laptops because students do not know how to correct common technology errors. <br />
  8. 8. Need <br />Students need direct instruction of troubleshooting strategies. <br />
  9. 9. Goal <br />When experiencing log in or network connectivity problems, the learners will be able to diagnose and implement solutions to the problems without teacher intervention. <br />
  10. 10. Objective of Instruction <br />Given a content area classroom of varying grade levels equipped with a Windows based laptop cart of 30 wireless laptops, learners will diagnose and implement solutions to basic connectivity and login problems without teacher intervention in order to maximize classroom productivity. <br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. The Learner<br />Description<br />The target population <br /><ul><li>9th graders
  13. 13. Varying ability levels and access to technology
  14. 14. A survey of students will be given to determine prior knowledge and ability level.</li></li></ul><li>The Learner <br />Entry Skills <br /><ul><li>Learners will be able to apply basic computer vocabulary in authentic situations.
  15. 15. Learners will be able to control the computer through manipulation of accessories (i.e. mouse and keyboard).
  16. 16. Learners will be able to control computer through application of basic computer functions such as power button and start menu. </li></li></ul><li>The Learner <br />Entry Skills <br />Entry Skills will be verified by the Technology Experience Survey. <br />
  17. 17. Training Program <br /><ul><li>7 consecutive sessions
  18. 18. Classroom equipped with Windows based wireless laptops, laptop equipped with ActivInspire software, projector and Promethean Board
  19. 19. Media will include paper handouts and organizers as well as Flipchart versions projected onto the Promethean Board.</li></li></ul><li>Training Program <br />Learners will be grouped by grade. Groups will include various ability levels across the 9th grade. <br />Learners will be positioned in rows facing the board with at least one learner on either side for collaboration. <br />
  20. 20. Training Program <br />Pretest <br />What do students already know? <br />
  21. 21. Training Program <br />Instructional Sequence <br />
  22. 22. Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy <br />Cluster 1: Error Items <br />Identifying the presence of an error <br />Identify the features of the different error items <br />Define error based on knowledge of features <br />Error Items Chart <br />
  23. 23. Training Program<br />Assessment <br />Cluster 1: Error Items <br />Error Items Post-test <br />
  24. 24. Training Program <br />Instructional Sequence <br />
  25. 25. Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, Application & Assessment <br />One 45 minute session for each strategy <br /><ul><li>Login in
  26. 26. Proofreading username and password
  27. 27. Checking caps lock
  28. 28. Retyping credentials </li></li></ul><li>Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, Application & Assessment <br />One hour session for each strategy <br /><ul><li>Connectivity
  29. 29. Check wireless switch
  30. 30. Synchronize computer
  31. 31. Restart computer </li></ul>Instructional Strategy for each troubleshooting strategy will follow the same format<br />
  32. 32. Training Program<br />Instructional Strategy <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, Application & Assessment <br />Lesson Format <br />Demonstration<br />Collaboration<br />Definition <br />Confirmation <br />Strategy Graphic Organizer <br />
  33. 33. Training Program<br />Assessment <br />Cluster 2: Strategy Choice, Application & Assessment <br />Strategy Post-test <br />Post-test for all strategies follow the same format.<br />
  34. 34. Transfer<br />Memory Aid <br /><ul><li>Complete graphic organizer </li></ul>Transfer <br /><ul><li>Use of troubleshooting strategies during classroom activities in classrooms of varying grade level and content areas.</li></li></ul><li>Where are we now? <br /><ul><li>Formative evaluations conducted
  35. 35. One to One
  36. 36. Subject Matter Expert
  37. 37. Learner
  38. 38. Small Group
  39. 39. Resulting changes have been implemented </li></li></ul><li>Where do we go from here? <br /><ul><li>Field trial
  40. 40. Summative Evaluation
  41. 41. Cooperation of Classrooms for the Future Teachers across grade levels and content areas.
  42. 42. Roll out to incoming Freshman in Fall of 2011?</li>

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