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    • The ASSURE Model
      By Erin Y.
    • A nalyze learners
      State objectives
      S elect methods, media, and materials
      Utilize media and materials
      Require learner participation
      E valuate and revise
      • General Characteristics
      Broadly identify your learners- age, grade level, ethnic group, sex, socioeconomic factors, etc.
      • Specific Entry Competencies
      Verify your assumptions about your learners. What is the learners prior knowledge of the material? What types of skills and attitudes do they have?
      • Learning Styles
      Offer a variety of learning styles within a lesson. Learning styles can be categorized as perceptual preferences and strengths, information processing habits, motivational factors, and physiological factors.
      Analyze Learners
      • Perceptual Preferences and Strengths
      • Information Processing Habits
      • Motivational Factors
      • Physiological Factors
      Learning Styles
      • Audience
      Who are your students?
      • Behavior
      What will the audience be able to accomplish after the lesson?
      • Conditions
      What tools will the students be allowed to utilize? Are they allowed to use notes? Are they allowed to use the textbook?
      • Degree
      What degree of accuracy should the student be able to display once the lesson is learned?
      Writing Objectives
    • Fifth grade social studies students (Audience) will be able to name at least 90% (Degree) of the state capitols (Behavior) when given a list of states (Condition).
      Example objective
      • Choose an Instructional Method
      What method (e.g. PowerPoint presentation, discussion, hands-on activity) do you feel is most appropriate to meet the objectives for these particular students?
      • Choose a Media Format
      Examples: text, still images, music, video
      • Choose your Materials
      Are the materials clear and concise? Does theyprovide for student participation? Will the materials help your student in mastering the objectives?
      Examples of materials: software programs, overhead projector, computer, DVDs
      Select Methods, Media, and Materials
    • Utilize Media and Materials
      • Preview materials
      Check them out before you use them in a class.
      • Prepare the material
      Make sure you have everything you need and that it all works.
      • Prepare the environment
      Set up the classroom so that whatever you are doing will work in the space you have.
      • Prepare the learners
      Provide a broad overview of the topic. Inform the students of the objectives before they start the lesson , so they are aware of what is to be expected.
      • Provide the learning experience
      Don’t be boring! Being excited about the lesson will make the students excited and provide a more positive learning experience.
      • All activities should provide students an opportunity to practice skills that build towards the objectives.
      • Have students provide feedback on the lesson.
      Require Learner Participation
      • Evaluate Student Performance
      • Evaluate Methods and Media
      • Evaluate Instructor Performance
      Evaluate and Revise
    • Gagne, R., Walter, W., Golas, K., & Keller, J. (2005). Principles of instructional design (5thed). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
      Heinich R., Molenda M., Russell J., & Smaldino (1999). The Assure Model. Retrieved 17 Feb 2010 from http://rocky2.unca.edu/education/edtech/techcourse/assure.htm
       
      Russell, J. & Sorge, D. (1994). Improving technology implementation in grades 5-12 with the ASSURE model. T H E Journal, 21. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=5&hid=102&sid=a09855e0-74b8-4560-88cf-a44281953942%40sessionmgr114&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZSZzY29wZT1zaXRl#db=ehh&AN=9501235085
      Selected References