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EDUC 524 W2

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EDUC 524 W2

  1. 1. EDUC 524 Week 3
  2. 2. Agenda Checking in ADDIE: Analysis Dinner Break Movie Chapter Presentations Store Site/ Hierarchy Map Project Proposals
  3. 3. HOW IS IT GOING? CHECKING IN.
  4. 4. ADDIE: Analysis LMartin APU: Murrieta
  5. 5. AREAS TO ANALYZE BEFORE YOU START. Goals you want to achieve. What needs to be taught? Your learner’s current abilities.
  6. 6. WHY ANALYSIS IS SO IMPORTANT ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  7. 7. WHY ANALYSIS IS SO IMPORTANT MEASURE TWICE; CUT ONCE ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  8. 8. WHY ANALYSIS IS SO IMPORTANT MEASURE TWICE; CUT ONCE ANALYSIS FULLY; DESIGN ONCE ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  9. 9. Problems if Analysis Skipped
  10. 10. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus
  11. 11. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus
  12. 12. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus Project too easy/too hard for your learners
  13. 13. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus Project too easy/too hard for your learners
  14. 14. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus Project too easy/too hard for your learners Redundant or inaccurate content
  15. 15. Problems if Analysis Skipped Wrong Focus Project too easy/too hard for your learners Redundant or inaccurate content
  16. 16. Questions to Drive Analysis
  17. 17. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the project.
  18. 18. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the project. What goals or objectives do you want to accomplish?
  19. 19. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the project. What goals or objectives do you want to accomplish? How will you define success?
  20. 20. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the Who is your intended project. audience? What goals or objectives do you want to accomplish? How will you define success?
  21. 21. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the Who is your intended project. audience? What goals or objectives What prior knowledge is do you want to needed? accomplish? How will you define success?
  22. 22. Questions to Drive Analysis What are the needs that are driving the creation of the Who is your intended project. audience? What goals or objectives What prior knowledge is do you want to needed? accomplish? Are there any other How will you define resources available? success?
  23. 23. STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  24. 24. 1. DISCOVER EXISTING MATERIALS STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  25. 25. 1. DISCOVER EXISTING MATERIALS 2. DEFINE MEASURABLE GOALS STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  26. 26. 1. DISCOVER EXISTING MATERIALS 2. DEFINE MEASURABLE GOALS 3. CONDUCT INSTRUCTIONAL ANALYSIS STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  27. 27. 1. DISCOVER EXISTING MATERIALS 2. DEFINE MEASURABLE GOALS 3. CONDUCT INSTRUCTIONAL ANALYSIS 4. ANALYSIS LEARNERS AND CONTEXT STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  28. 28. 1. DISCOVER EXISTING MATERIALS 2. DEFINE MEASURABLE GOALS 3. CONDUCT INSTRUCTIONAL ANALYSIS 4. ANALYSIS LEARNERS AND CONTEXT 5. WRITE LEARNING OBJECTIVES STEPS IN NEEDS ANALYSIS ADDIE: ANALYSIS
  29. 29. DINNER BREAK 30 MINS
  30. 30. CONTINUE MOVIE 20 MINUTES
  31. 31. Don’t Make Me Think Chapter Presentations
  32. 32. STORE SITE/HIERARCHY MAP IMPORTANCE OF NAVIGATION
  33. 33. PROJECT PROPOSALS DUE NEXT WEEK
  34. 34. QUESTIONS ???

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