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Activity Template to Design Learning with Interactive Technologies

Activity Template to Design Learning with Interactive Technologies

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  • 1. Learning DesignLEARNING OBJECTIVES Specify the performance objectives in terms of what the students must beable to understand and be able to do, based on the prescribed learningcompetencies of the basic secondary education. (Specific and measurable)LEARNING CONTENT Specific knowledge to understand, and specific skills to perform in thistopicE-LEARNING OBJECT Name the title of the digital resources – video titles- link, e-book link,interactive game links, multimedia simulation link, web content to contain theunderstanding and performance.LEARNING EVENT SEGMENT: Identify the placement of the e-learning objects in the designed learningevent. (motivation, review, concept presentation, activities, assignment, orassessment)
  • 2. Lesson DesignSUBJECT: LEVEL:TOPIC: TIME:LEARNING OBJECTIME LEARNING CONTENT E-LEARNING LEARNING EVENT OBJECT SEGMENTPerformance Video Link MotivationCondition E-book :Link ReviewCriterion Web Site link Presentation Activity Assessment
  • 3. Sample Learning ObjectivesPERFORMANCE: “A student will be able to calculate the atomic mass of a molecule.CONDITION: “Given an interactive presentation of the detailed periodic table, a student will be able to calculate the atomic mass of a molecule.CRITERION: “Given an understanding of the periodic table a student will be able to calculate the atomic weight of a molecule to 2 significant digits within .01 atomic units.” Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning