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Writing specific instructional objectives (SIOs) and lesson planning for meaningful learning with ICT.

Writing specific instructional objectives (SIOs) and lesson planning for meaningful learning with ICT.

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Session 4: SIOs & Lesson Planning Session 4: SIOs & Lesson Planning Presentation Transcript

  • Session 4 Planning ICT-based Lessons
    • Mini lecture on lesson planning (15 min)
    • Activity 1: Lesson planning (40 min)
    • Activity 2: Lesson plan critiques (15min)
    • (Activity 3: Reflect)
    • Closure, announcements (10min)
    • By the end of the lesson, trainee teachers should be able to:
      • State the basic procedures of lesson planning process without assistance
      • Write two to three SIOs using the ABCD framework
      • Develop a lesson plan for the group demo using the meaningful learning framework
  • Identify goals Analyze learners Write SIOs Plan instructional activities Select ICT(s) Develop assessment Revise instruction Implement instruction Adapted from the Reiser & Dick’s model of instructional design
  • Identify goals Analyze learners Write SIOs Plan instructional activities Select ICT(s) Develop assessment Revise instruction Implement instruction Our focus areas in this session
  • Identify goals Analyze learners Write SIOs Plan instructional activities Select ICT(s) Develop assessment Revise instruction Implement instruction Adapted from the Reiser & Dick’s model of instructional design
    • General background & experiences
    • Knowledge & skill factors
    • Other factors
    • Age: Attention span, mental development
    • Grade/Stream
    • Gender
    • SES
    • Prerequisites/Prior knowledge
    • Literacy levels: information, digital, media, etc.
    • Types of ICT skills
    • Readiness for SDL
      • Motivational level
      • Metacognitive abilities
    • Readiness for CL
      • Experience with group work & soft skills
    • Learning style:
      • Verbal
      • Visual
      • Kinesthetic
    • Special needs?
  • Identify goals Analyze learners Write SIOs Plan instructional activities Select ICT(s) Develop assessment Revise instruction Implement instruction Adapted from the Reiser & Dick’s model of instructional design
    • Goals
      • General statements of desired learning outcomes; can be found in syllabi
    • Objectives
      • Are for specific lessons targeted to specific groups of students
      • Should be observable/assessable to guide lesson planning
    • ABCD model
      • Audience : what level/ability/etc.
      • Behavior : observable verbs
      • Conditions : what circumstances
      • Degree : how well
    • Given a bar, line, or circle graph, the secondary one mathematics students will be able to verbally present all the statistical or numerical information shown on the graph with 100% accuracy.
    Audience Behaviour Condition Degree
    • Mathematics students will understand how to interpret a bar chart accurately.
  • http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/07/use-blooms-taxonomy-wheel-for-writing.html Examples 1 2 Lower order Higher order
  • http://zaidlearn.blogspot.com/2009/07/use-blooms-taxonomy-wheel-for-writing.html Knowledge/ Comprehension Application Problem solving
    • Students should be able to:
      • do individual mind mapping
      • brainstorm for ideas with a partner within the group
      • gather information on the web for life during the Japanese Occupation in Singapore
  • Identify goals Analyze learners Write SIOs Plan instructional activities Select ICT(s) Develop assessment Revise instruction Implement instruction Adapted from the Reiser & Dick’s model of instructional design
    • Get into demo groups (groups of 4)
    • Download your subject syllabus
      • http://www.moe.gov.sg/cpdd/syllabuses.htm
      • http:// www.seab.gov.sg
    • Choose one learning outcome and plan a student-centred demo lesson that answers the targeted outcome
    • Incorporate ICT-based activities meaningfully
    • Add the lesson planning template in your TEL demo group’s wiki page
      • Include under “ Suggest at least ONE student-centred lesson idea for the technology ”
    • You have 40 minutes to complete the planning for one lesson objective
    40 min group discussion
    • Critique the lesson idea of an assigned group
      • What are some lesson planning considerations that have been left out?
      • Contribute meaningful suggestions to the group (comment on or edit the page)
    15 min group discussion
    • In your blog, reflect on what you learned during the lesson planning and critiquing processes
    • Use the 3-2-1 strategy, e.g.,
      • 3 things you learned
      • 2 things applied
      • 1 thing you want to know more about
    • Reading on lesson planning
      • Chapter 6
      • Fill in gaps!
    • Next week is e-learning week
      • Refer to e-learning material
      • Dr Tan will be on Skype at 3.30pm on the day of your tutorial