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Ajang chapter 5

  1. 1. Simonson Chapter 5 Review Presentation by Lee Ajang
  2. 2. Goals • “Signal fires” • The importance of design and planning • Types of learner information • Examining teaching strategies • The process of assessment
  3. 3. To be seen Or not to be seen… • Agamemnon, a Greek tragedy • Face-to-face versus distance education – No verified “best” way • We must decide if signal fires are the best way to send our message
  4. 4. The Planning and Design for Distance Education • Requires more initial planning • All aspects of the system must be considered • Instruction must be designed within a system
  5. 5. Systematic Design of Instruction ModelBy Walter Dick and Lou Carey
  6. 6. Planning • Traditionally taught subjects must be “retooled” • Graphic representations are key • Activities must encourage interaction • Group work is good thing • Be prepared – Anything can go wrong
  7. 7. Types of Learners • Knowing the learner is vital – How many are there? – Are they from rural or urban areas? – Age range? – Educational, cultural, and/or economic backgrounds – General abilities and potential
  8. 8. Instruction • Content- and learner focused • What are the establish goals and what are the learner needs? • What modalities will be utilized? – Technology – Resources
  9. 9. Organizing Content • Modules (aka units or blocks) – Subdivision of course content – The division of ideas into segments • Or
  10. 10. Types of Instruction • Linear • Branching • Hyper-content
  11. 11. Guidelines that make a difference • Cost-effective • Targeted and learner-based • Selectively covers all media forms • Technology must be usable and practical • Integration of both synchronous and asynchronous settings
  12. 12. Organizational Guidelines • Assessment • Content • Instruction/Teaching • Course Mangement
  13. 13. Thank you!
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