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  • Writing Assessment Questions (Items) Innovative Design Taskforce
  • Project Background
    • Client: International Paper (Enterprise Learning Services division)
    • Project Name: Writing Assessment Questions
    • Target Audience: Content Developers
  • Instructional Problem
    • Diverse group of learners serving as content developers
    • Client required two features:
    • 1) Product should flow with previous tutorial
    • 2) Accessible content for learners
    • Learners being prepared for in-house training
    • Connecting the previous tutorial with the tutorial being revised
    • Demonstrating how learning objectives and
    • assessment questions align
    • Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction
    • Providing instruction that demonstrated:
    • 1) Components of assessment questions
    • 2) Examples of each type of questions
    • 3) Practice and Feedback
    Addressing the Problem
  • Unique Features
    • Flowing with the Writing Learning Objectives tutorial
    • Levels of System Feedback
    • Visual representation of Alignment
  • Product Demo
  • Product Changes
    • Based on the SME Review and the One-on-One trials, 5 main changes were made to the product:
    • Step by step progression to reduce learning curve.
    • Increased corrective feedback in practice sections
    • Increased font size and spacing for improved visualization
    • Clear separation between Overview and Introduction
    • Revision to the language used (reducing technicality)
  • Project Management 101
    • Importance of rapid prototyping
    • Managing project and development
    • Changing “Ideally we would…” for “In this case we need to…”
    • Definition of tasks and roles