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  • Welcome to the Instructional Program Critical Analysis. The program that was chosen for this assignment is an online class on the topic of Introduction to PowerPoint. My name is Lisa Brennecke.
  • Hill, J., Song, L., & West, R. (2009). Social Learning Theory and Web-Based Learning Environments: A Review of Research and Discussion of Implications. American Journal of Distance Education, 23(2), 88-103. doi:10.1080/08923640902857713. Gredler, M. (2009). Learning and instruction: Theory into practice (6th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ:Merrill Pearson.Green, C., & Tanner, R. (2005). Multiple intelligences and online teacher education. ELT Journal: English Language Teachers Journal, 59(4), 312- 321. doi:10.1093/elt/cci060.Komarraju, M. (2008). A Social-Cognitive Approach to Training Teaching Assistants. Teaching of Psychology, 35(4), 327-334. doi:10.1080/00986280802374344.Martinez, M. (2010). Learning and cognition: The design of the mind. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.Mergel, B. (1998, May). Learning theories of instructional design. Retrieved from http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/802papers/mergel/brenda.htm#Learning%20Theories%20and%20the%20PractOrmrod, J. (2008). Human learning (5th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall.Tennison, R. (2010). Historical reflection on learning theories and instructional design. Retrieved from http://cedtech.net/articles/111.pdf

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  • 1. Instructional Program Critical Analysis Online Class- Introduction to PowerPoint Lisa Brennecke M.Ed.
  • 2. Introduction Introduction of Current Online Class Integration of Theoretical Principals Analysis of The Instructional Program Future Program Recommendations Conclusion
  • 3. Introduction of CurrentOnline Class Online Class- Introduction to PowerPoint Software  Students Given Rubric on Completing Assignments and Discussions  Video PowerPoint Demonstration  Ungraded Quizzes Given  Threaded Discussions  Assignment- Student Online Research  Students Can Ask Question By Emailing Instructor
  • 4. Introduction: Integration ofTheoretical Principles  Behaviorism Theory  Social Cognitive Theory  Cognitive Theory
  • 5. Integration of TheoreticalPrinciples  Behaviorism Theory  Students Receive Positive Reinforcement From Teacher After Asking a Question  Students Receive Reinforcement From Responses When Taking a Ungraded Test Multiple Times
  • 6. Integration of TheoreticalPrinciples  Social Cognitive Theory  Students Learn From Watching Teacher Demonstrating PowerPoint  Students Understand Grading Consequences on Student Rubric Before Completion
  • 7. Integration of TheoreticalPrincipals  Cognitive Theory  Student Learn By Researching Topic
  • 8. Introduction: Analysis ofInstructional Program  Behaviorist  Social Cognitive  Cognitive
  • 9. Analysis of InstructionalProgram  Behaviorism Theory Ivan Pavlov
  • 10. Analysis of InstructionalProgram  Social Cognitive Theory Albert Bandura
  • 11. Analysis of InstructionalProgram  Cognitive Theory Jean Piaget
  • 12. Introduction: Future Program Recommendations Motivation Theory Theory of Intelligence Constructivism Theory
  • 13. Future Program Recommendations  Motivation Theory  Understanding The Flow Of The Class
  • 14. Future Program Recommendations  Theories of intelligence  Create Your Own PowerPoint Assignment  Have a Wide Variety of Assignments
  • 15. Future Program Recommendations  Constructivism Theory  Fixing Errors in Pre-created PowerPoint Presentations
  • 16. Conclusion Integration of Current Theoretical Principles  Behaviorist Theory  Social Cognitive Theory  Cognitive Theory Future Program Recommendations  Motivation Theory  Theory of Intelligence  Constructivism Theory
  • 17. ReferencesHill, J., Song, L., & West, R. (2009). Social Learning Theory and Web-Based Learning Environments: A Review of Research and Discussion of Implications. American Journal of Distance Education, 23(2), 88-103. doi:10.1080/08923640902857713.Gredler, M. (2009). Learning and instruction: Theory into practice (6th edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ:Merrill Pearson.Green, C., & Tanner, R. (2005). Multiple intelligences and online teacher education. ELT Journal: English Language Teachers Journal, 59(4), 312-321. doi:10.1093/elt/cci060.Komarraju, M. (2008). A Social-Cognitive Approach to Training Teaching Assistants. Teaching of Psychology, 35(4), 327-334. doi:10.1080/00986280802374344.Martinez, M. (2010). Learning and cognition: The design of the mind. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.Mergel, B. (1998, May). Learning theories of instructional design. Retrieved from http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/802papers/mergel/brenda.htm#Learning%20Theories%20and%20the%20PractOrmrod, J. (2008). Human learning (5th ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall.Tennison, R. (2010). Historical reflection on learning theories and instructional design. Retrieved from http://cedtech.net/articles/111.pdf