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Implementation and Evaluation Report      Gregory S. Rooks    Dr. Desiree De Priest Advanced Instructional Design      (EI...
Edu Tech           Consultants           would like to           welcome you                     to yourJeffrey, Laurie, L...
Unit Goals and     Instructional     Objectives                                           2.To locate the most     At the ...
Instructional     Strategies     In this section, we will     outline the sequence of     instructional tasks and     even...
Instructional                               • Formation of groups                Strategies                               ...
Instructional                                                           Strategies                                        ...
Instructional Strategies     • PowerPoint       Presentation: Explaining       whiteboard features and       benefits.    ...
Instructional                                                                   Strategies                                ...
Instructional Strategies                                                     • Module end assessment:                     ...
Conduct                       Revise           Instructional                 Instruction             Analysis   Identify  ...
ADDIE Evaluation Phasehttp://www.intulogy.com/addie/evaluation.html
analyzeimplement                       Evaluation                          design                                  develop...
Planning for Evaluation    …evaluation is used for the purposes    of making judgments about the worth or success    of pe...
“Here are just some                  • Do learners like theof the questions that                  course?might be explored...
TABLE 1.1      Entry Skill, Pretest, and Posttest Data    Summarization by Percent of Total Possible Objectives Student   ...
Table 1.2 Student Performance on the Pretest and Posttest                           by ObjectiveObjectives            ONE ...
Table 1.3       Pretest/Posttest Graph Showing Learner                                 Performance            4.5         ...
Table 1.4                Item-by-Item Analysis TableDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof in...
15 Minute IntermissionBe back on time to receive your door prize                 ticket!
What conclusions can bedrawn from the data?“Two basic types of revisionsyou should consider with yourmaterials are changes...
What conclusionscan be drawn fromthe data?• Changing the content  and substance of the  materials of Objective  3.5 and 4....
What conclusions can bedrawn from the data? Further changes relatedto the procedures employedin using the materials willb...
What might needfurther study in futureimplementations?• As Smart Board  technology advances,  new features will be  added ...
Providing a briefanalysis of theimplications of the datagathered.• We are cautiously  excited about the initial  success o...
What revisions would youpropose to theinstructional module?• Adding more content as  part of future needs analysis  would ...
What specific changes or modifications wouldyou recommend for the implementation andevaluation plans?• Creating a facilita...
What specific changes • Our recommendations ofor modifications would  extending the participantyou recommend for the   exi...
Provide a rationale foryour recommendations.• Training needs will grow as  employees become more  familiar with the curren...
ReferencesADDIE Evaluation Phase http://www.intulogy.com/addie/evaluation.htmlDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). ...
Would like to       Thank you for viewing         this presentation!And now for the door prizes!
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  1. 1. Implementation and Evaluation Report Gregory S. Rooks Dr. Desiree De Priest Advanced Instructional Design (EIDT – 6110 – 3)
  2. 2. Edu Tech Consultants would like to welcome you to yourJeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  3. 3. Unit Goals and Instructional Objectives 2.To locate the most At the end of the useful tools and how to learning module, the use them effectively. student will be able: 3.To apply given 1.To calibrate/orient techniques to create a whiteboards and simple word document using troubleshooting Ink Aware on the techniques. SMART Board.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  4. 4. Instructional Strategies In this section, we will outline the sequence of instructional tasks and events that will take place during the instructional module with a brief description.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  5. 5. Instructional • Formation of groups Strategies by category: Learner Centered The sequence is as Groups for follows: activities. • A brief introduction video: Explaining company and reason for training module.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  6. 6. Instructional Strategies • Pretesting quiz: Essential knowledge quiz for analysis data for module evaluation. • Handouts and manuals: PowerPoint Presentation notes and manual with handouts for turn in work.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  7. 7. Instructional Strategies • PowerPoint Presentation: Explaining whiteboard features and benefits. • Break out group activities on whiteboards based upon facilitator led activities.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  8. 8. Instructional Strategies • Question and Answer: Facilitator will answer questions based upon the group’s activities. • Workbook Manuel: Instructor led fill-ins.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  9. 9. Instructional Strategies • Module end assessment: two parts- 1. Written test, 2. Group whiteboard demonstrations.Jeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012)Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press.
  10. 10. Conduct Revise Instructional Instruction Analysis Identify Write Develop Develop Develop & IdentifyInstructional Performance Assessment Instructional Conduct Instructional Goal(s) Goals Instruments Strategy Formative Goal(s) Evaluation of Instruction Analyze Learners & Contexts Identify Instructional Revising Instructional Materials Goal(s) Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic design of instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  11. 11. ADDIE Evaluation Phasehttp://www.intulogy.com/addie/evaluation.html
  12. 12. analyzeimplement Evaluation design developmentDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  13. 13. Planning for Evaluation …evaluation is used for the purposes of making judgments about the worth or success of people or things (e.g., lessons, programs, projects). Before initiating an evaluation, you must determine its goals. -Morrison, Ross, Kalman, & Kemp, 2011, p. 272Morrison, G.R., Ross, S.M., Kalman, H.K., & Kemp, J.E. (2011).Designing effective instruction (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John
  14. 14. “Here are just some • Do learners like theof the questions that course?might be explored • Do learners achieve the learning objectives atduring the the end of the course?evaluation phase: • Do the learners change their behaviors in the workplace? • Does the course help the company achieve its business goals?” ADDIE Evaluation Phase http://www.intulogy.com/addie/evaluation.html
  15. 15. TABLE 1.1 Entry Skill, Pretest, and Posttest Data Summarization by Percent of Total Possible Objectives Student Entry Skill Pretest Posttest Number Objectives Instructional Objectives Objectives 1 100 75 100 2 75 50 100 3 50 25 100 Mean 75 50 100Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  16. 16. Table 1.2 Student Performance on the Pretest and Posttest by ObjectiveObjectives ONE TWO THREE FOURTest PR PS PR PS PR PS PR PSStudent 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 % 67 100 67 100 33 100 33 100MasteringDifference 33 33 67 67 PR = pretest; PS = posttest; 1 = mastered Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic design of instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  17. 17. Table 1.3 Pretest/Posttest Graph Showing Learner Performance 4.5 4 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 Ojective 1 Ojective 2 Objective 3 Ojective 4 Pretest 1 Posttest 2Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  18. 18. Table 1.4 Item-by-Item Analysis TableDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  19. 19. 15 Minute IntermissionBe back on time to receive your door prize ticket!
  20. 20. What conclusions can bedrawn from the data?“Two basic types of revisionsyou should consider with yourmaterials are changes made tothe content or substance of thematerials to make them moreaccurate or more effective as alearning tool and changes relatedto the procedures employed inusing your materials”. -Dick,Carey, & Carey, 2009, p. 295.Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic designof instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
  21. 21. What conclusionscan be drawn fromthe data?• Changing the content and substance of the materials of Objective 3.5 and 4.9 will make them more accurate and effective as a learning tool.
  22. 22. What conclusions can bedrawn from the data? Further changes relatedto the procedures employedin using the materials willbe needed when theSMART Boards arrive andas classes increase in size.
  23. 23. What might needfurther study in futureimplementations?• As Smart Board technology advances, new features will be added and need to be included in future training.
  24. 24. Providing a briefanalysis of theimplications of the datagathered.• We are cautiously excited about the initial success of the training module and know that close monitoring will ensure it’s effectiveness!
  25. 25. What revisions would youpropose to theinstructional module?• Adding more content as part of future needs analysis would substantiate the need for a new series of training modules based upon extending the initial training.
  26. 26. What specific changes or modifications wouldyou recommend for the implementation andevaluation plans?• Creating a facilitator exit survey would provide critical data as the program runs it’s coarse with several instructors imputing useful data and observations.• Surveying participants about what future training they would perceive as useful or desired to be created in the future would provide data for a needs analysis.
  27. 27. What specific changes • Our recommendations ofor modifications would extending the participantyou recommend for the exit survey and instituting individualevaluation materials skills demonstrations onbefore the client moves actual SMART Boardsforward with another would greatly enhanceimplementation? the evaluation materials of this current training module.
  28. 28. Provide a rationale foryour recommendations.• Training needs will grow as employees become more familiar with the current and future features that benefits that enhanced the capabilities of performing job related tasks and therefore the need of future training modules.
  29. 29. ReferencesADDIE Evaluation Phase http://www.intulogy.com/addie/evaluation.htmlDick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2009). The systematic design of instruction (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJJeffrey, Laurie, Lori, Jamie & Nancy, Instructional Design Project, (2012) Edu Tech Consultants. Minneapolis, MN. Walden Press. https://class.waldenu.edu/@@/B8AAD375C2F4C511D0D4E7E1F BD8892D/courses/1/USW1.43915.201260/db/_2080909_1/SMART -Board-Training-Final.docMorrison, G.R., Ross, S.M., Kalman, H.K., & Kemp, J.E. (2011). Designing effective instruction (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Walden University, EIDT 6100 Advanced Instructional Design. Course content, Week 6 Discussion: Informally Evaluating Your Implementation
  30. 30. Would like to Thank you for viewing this presentation!And now for the door prizes!

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