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Week 3 Content Structure

  1. 1. Identifying theNeed forInstruction & The Content Structure MID 7133 Lecturer : Azmawati Binti Mohd Lazim : azmawati.mohd.lazim@gmail.com : Azmawati Mohd Lazim : 21A4FE60 : wawacrv : wawacrv
  2. 2. 1. Presenatation of your blog 2. Presenation on Learning Objectives 3. The class activities 4. Slide review of Gagne’s nine Event 5. Lecture on need Analysis & Content AnalysisThings to do today…..
  3. 3.  At the end of this lesson, you should be able to : ◦ Identify the meaning need analysis ◦ List the Problem Statement for the fishbone diagram of your content ◦ Define the Learning outcome for each learning objectives ◦ Create the Content Structure of your propose moduleCourse Outline
  4. 4. Need Analysis Content Structure Need AnalysisIs a technique to understand what developers undertake to a performance problem find out what learners before think and meet a trying to It is a Also called feel. need. solve it. plan to front-end analysis, find a needs solution to assessment a given is problem Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  5. 5. Need Analysis Content StructureReasons for Needs Analysis / AssessmentLearning Lack of New goals Inefficiency Ineffective Change inGoals are appeal of for of current instruction learner not current learning instruction in area populationachieved instruction added Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  6. 6. Need Analysis Content StructureNormative Need •Comparing the target audience against a national standardComparative Need •Comparing target audience against an external standard (benchmarking)Felt Need •Is a desire or want that an individual has to improve either his or her performance or that of the target audience (not acted upon)Expressed Need •A felt need turned into action (something someone has done to express a need, i.e. enrolled in a class)Anticipated or Future Needs •Identifying what people need to know in the future.Critical Incident needs •Failures that are rare but have significant consequences. Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  7. 7. Need Analysis Content Structure Determine whether there •-To clarify and determine seriousness really is a problem2.Determine the cause of the •-Employees performance in training environment problem •-Students’ achievement in educational environment 3.Determine whether thesolution is learning or training 4.Determine if whether •-If offered, go to Discrepancy Modelinstruction for these learning goals is currently offered •-If NOT offered, go toInnovation Model www.umich.edu/~ed626/define.html Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  8. 8. Need Analysis Content Structure Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  9. 9. Need Analysis Content Structure *NEXT WEEK ( 20/03/2012) PRESENTATION Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  10. 10. Example of ContentAnalysisGoal: To be able to describe the different types of cuisines in MalaysiaI. Malay food (Module) 1. Origin of Malay food (Lesson) 2. How to cook Malay food (Lesson) 2.1 List the main ingredients in Malay cooking (Topic) 2.2 Identify the utensils in a Malay kitchen (Topic) 2.2 Demonstrate how to cook a basic Malay dish (Topic) 3. Types of Malay dishes according to states (Lesson) II. Chinese food (Module)III. Indian food (Module) 1. *NEXT WEEK ( 20/03/2012) PRESENTATION10
  11. 11. Need Analysis Content StructureContent and Task Analysis What content or performance task that will be included in the instruction (training)? Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  12. 12. Need Analysis Content Structure What does a learner need to know to do that?’ Flowchart the Applied to relationship intellectual, between the task psychomotor and and the required attitudinal skills prerequisite NOT to Verbal knowledge Information. Design by Azmawati Mohd Lazim for masters of E-Learning Students Class of 2012, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia
  13. 13. Need Analysis Content Structure Goal Goal StatementContent Structure 3/14/2012 MID 7133 13
  14. 14. Goal Goal Statement ModuleContent Structure MID 7133 14
  15. 15. Goal Goal Statement ModuleLesson Concept Principle Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Prerequisite Skills 15
  16. 16. Goal Goal StatementModule 1 2Lesson 1.1 1.2 2.1 2.2 2.3Topic 1.1.1 1.2.1 2.2.1 1.1.1.1 1.2.1.1 2.2.1.1 1.1.1.2 1.2.1.2 2.2.1.1.2Prerequisite Skills 1.2.1.1.1 2.2.1.1.1
  17. 17. Goal To Describe Types of Malaysian Cuisine Module MALAY FOOD Lessons Describe Origin of How to Types of Malay Malay cook Malay Malay cuisine Food food food Identify Identify Demonstrate how toTopics ingredients utensils cook Malay food (e- learning) “Batu Step 1 Step 2 Coconu lesung” t Oil Step 3 Spice “Kuali” s To be continue on next week class 20/03/2012
  18. 18. Todays post however is about one of my pet-peeves. Very recently RupaRajagopalan wrote about how instructional design is a profession very similar to technical writing. While my thoughts resonate with a lot of what Rupa usually writes, I strongly believe that Instructional Design is less of a writing job andmore of a consulting job. Ive written earlier about how Instructional Designers need to leverage SMEs better and the more I think about interative design and development, writing increasingly becomes a secondary skill for Instructional Designers. The ability to think through a learning problem, understanding learning styles, people patterns, and the overall ability to consult and problem solve is so much bigger for me than the transaction of writing. http://www.learninggeneralist.com/2009/09/instructional-designers-need-more-tools.html TEST 1 (5%) : QuestionAs an instructional designer, please list down your role in doing theconsultation for an e-Learning project.Post your answer in your blog.Don’t copy & paste, get your own idea and understanding on thisissues ;)
  19. 19. Presentation on Need Analysis & ContentAnalysis 20/03/2012. You may propose the need analysis in the form of fish bone diagram & content analysis for your English Module. The client may reject it or approve your content based on the understanding for your overall documentation (fish bone & content analysis)REFER SLIDE 8 & 9

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