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Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
Goals For Instruction
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Goals For Instruction

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  • 1. Got Assessment? Using Keller’s ARCS Model for Motivation to learn about assessment
  • 2. A= Attention
    • How will you get the attention of the learner?
    • Thought provoking questions
    • Pictures
    • Humor
  • 3.
    • What makes a student raise their hand, eager to answer your question?
  • 4.
    • On the other hand, what makes a student put their hand down and not want to participate?
  • 5.
    • How do you know if a student is REALLY learning?
  • 6. R=Relevance
    • How will you make the learning relevant to the learner?
    • Benefits should be clearly stated
    • Learners should see the need to participate
  • 7. Why……Got Assessment?
    • Assessment is an area of weakness for you.
    • You do not understand the difference between formative and summative assessment.
    • You want to be sure your students are learning.
  • 8. Why?
    • Watch this video…it will inspire you to learn more about assessment
    Assessment for Learning
  • 9. C= Confidence
    • Create confidence in the learner
    • Give specific time frames for completion of activities
    • Reward learners for completion
  • 10. Got Assessment?
    • The learner will complete a learning module that describes formative assessment and its purposes.
    • The learner will complete a learning module that describes summative assessment and its purposes.
    • The learner will complete an application module that will guide them though design and implementation of either a formative or summative assessment.
  • 11. S= Satisfaction
    • The Reward of the Learning Experience
    • External praise
    • Completion certification
    • Feedback
    • Application to their classroom
  • 12. Got Assessment?
    • The learner will experience satisfaction by reflection of their experience on a discussion board
    • Feedback from a supervisor
    • Increased student learning

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