Class Orientation ID Presentation


Published on

Classroom Orientation ID

Published in: Education, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Class Orientation ID Presentation

  1. 1. CLASSROOM ORIENTATION ID MODELGoh Wah Thye 1111600042Seyyed Maziyar Shariat Panahi 1106000112Ahmad Nazreen Kanaruddin 1111600041
  2. 2. Classroom Orientation ID Model Interest primarily to professional teachers - teacher accept the role to teach and student or learner will accept the instruction given by teacher The ID model is the roadmap or guideline for teaching to follow during the teaching and learning process Three model:• Gerlach• Heinich• Jerrord
  3. 3. Gerlach ModelSpecification of Content and Specification of Objectives First task identifies instructional content and specifies objectives simultaneously The content and objectives of instruction interact with each other – between teacher and student
  4. 4. Gerlach ModelAssessment of Entering Behaviors Rreflects the need that every student who wants to enter the class should answer to what extent he/she has learned the terms, concepts, and skills prior to formal instruction5 activities that performed simultaneously Determination of Strategy – Teacher need to select one or more strategies along the continuum Organization of Groups – Students are organized into configurations ranging from self-study to whole-class activities Allocation of Time – Duration of classes Allocation of Space – Space for teaching and learning to take place – classroom Selection of Resources – Instruction/ teaching material used by teacher
  5. 5. Gerlach Model Evaluation of Performance - provides instructional designers / teacher important assessment of the students’ achievement and students’ attitude toward the content and instruction Analysis of Feedback -  It focuses on reviewing all earlier steps, with special emphasis on re-examining decisions regarding the objectives and strategies selected
  6. 6. Heinich – ASSURE Model Analyze  Analysis on learner’s general characteristics, learner skills competence or evaluate learner’s learning styles State Objectives  Stating the objectives of instruction  It can be consider as stating the purpose of the whole class
  7. 7. Heinich – ASSURE ModelSelect 3M Method – selecting appropriate method for learning task for to perform. Example: How to play guitar Media – selecting media format that is suitable for applying the method. Example: Video file Material – designing or modifying specific material based on selected media.Utilize Utilize methods, media and materials—implement the lessonRequire Require learner participation for each sessionsEvaluate and Revise Evaluate learner outcomes with objectives and revise as necessary
  8. 8. Jerrold Model  Three different elements: • Instruction from teacher perspective • Model are presented in full continuous cycle • Focus on what learner must master or learn.  9 elements of instructional: • Instructional Problem - identify problems and specific goals for designing instructional programs • Leaner’s Characteristics – highlight learner characteristics that may influence the instruction decisions
  9. 9. Jerrold Model• Task Analysis – identify subject content and analyze subject contents related to goals• Instructional Objectives – the objective of instructional programs, what learner need to learn• Content Sequencing – Combining content with instructional units for logical learning• Instructional Strategies – Design instructional strategies or activities so that learner can master the content• Designing and Message – Plan the instruction message and convert them into instruction• Instructional Delivery – Deliver the instruction to learner• Evaluation Instruments – Develop evaluation strategies to evaluate student performance