a nalysis d esign+ d evelopment i valuation mplementation e by tyler stubenhofer
a nalysisd esignd evelopmenti mplementation What are we trying toe valuation accomplish? The 1-day interactive whiteboard (IWB) training will offer preservice math teachers the opportunity to learn IWB basics while improving the quantity and quality of their experiences with IWBs. What changes need to occur? KSU math methods students preparedness to teach using IWBs needs to improve.
a nalysisd esignd evelopmenti mplementation What do we knowe valuation about our learners? A survey from last fall revealed that 75% of math methods students had used IWBs 0-2 times. Over half felt unprepared or very unprepared to teach using IWBs. Several expressed interest in learning more about IWBs. Why are they participating? They want to be technology-savvy teachers for the beneﬁt of both their students and themselves (especially in terms of getting hired soon).
a nalysisd esignd evelopmenti mplementation What should/will thee valuation learners learn? Basic IWB skills Conﬁdence in operating an IWB Troubleshooting Easy incorporation of tasks they already do What will they be able to do? After the IWB training, the math methods students will be able to connect a computer to an IWB and perform basic functions such as orienting, writing, and inserting graphics.
a nalysisd esignd evelopmenti mplementation What will thee valuation instruction look like? 1. Demonstration by me 2. Practice by them 3. Advice from me 4. Better practice by them What media will be used? Interwrite interactive whiteboard Interwrite Annotation Software Smart Notebook software
a nalysisd esignd evelopmenti mplementation How will formativee valuation evaluations occur? Frequently during the training, I will assess what the students understand and what they dont, what works for helping them and what doesnt, and whether or not they have suggestions for what to cover. How will summative evaluations occur? Students may undergo a quick task evaluation, such as (a) connect the IWB (b) insert a grid and draw a line (c)... A survey will be given assessing perceived preparedness.
Reference sCulatta, R.E. (2010). Instructional design:ADDIE Model. Retrieved fromhttp://instructionaldesign.org/models/addie.htmlStubenhofer, W.T. (2010). KSU PreserviceMath Teacher Technology Preparedness.Retrieved fromhttp://dl.dropbox.com/u/7036910/stubenhofer-research-paper.pdf a nalysis d esign + d evelopment i mplementation e valuation