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    Instructional Design Instructional Design Presentation Transcript

    • Instructional Design Model Amy Glass 4/15/08 LAI687DL2
    • Effective Instruction
      • Presented information is learnable for all students
      • Pre-requisite information is in student knowledge base
      • Students are positively challenged by new material
    • Effective Instruction
      • Students are motivated to learn
      • Students have adequate time to learn new material
      • Information is presented in an organized manner.
    • Effective Instruction
      • Organization-
      • - step-by-step plans ensure educators are prepared for almost anything.
      • - Allows for flexibility and clarity in lessons
    • Effective Instruction
      • These five components work as a team. If one is lacking then instruction is not effective.
      • With out one the lesson has the potential to fall apart.
    • Creating Effective Instruction
      • Needs to meet all learner needs.
      • Must include components that includes multiple learning styles.
    • Creating Effective Instruction
      • Present material through multimedia
        • PowerPoint
        • KeyNote
        • Video
        • Webquest
    • Creating Effective Instruction
      • Multimedia Presentations are…
      • Clear
      • Motivating
      • Time Sensitive
      • -Students work at their own pace.
      • The teacher can provide both verbal and written direction to support student success.
    • Was Instruction Effective?
      • Learning objectives are met by ALL learners.
      • Students can illustrate, discuss, evaluate, explain or demonstrate their understanding of material.
    • References
      • Slavin, Robert E. (1994). A Model of Effective Instruction. John Hopkins University. Retrieved on April 15, 2008 from http: //successforall . com/_images/pdfs/modeleffect . htm
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