DETT 607 - Instructor - Dr. Linda J. Smith Instructional ...

DETT 607 - Instructor - Dr. Linda J. Smith Instructional ...

DEBRA L. FARMER INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER 1 DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 DETT 607 Instructor Dr. Linda J. Smith Instructional Design and Course Development in Distance Education STORYBOARD A LEARNING DESIGN Course Description 2 Course Title: Virtual Summer Reading Workshop Course summary VSRW is a required for credit, six week summer school program for eighth graders. This refresher course will enable students to pull up grades and maintain desired reading levels required for standardized tests. Application of cognitive and generative learning skills will be applied throughout the course to elicit performance in reading and vocabulary skills stimulating recall of eighth grade English. Critical reading skills are emphasized focusing on writing and analysis for reading

comprehension. Online tests, peer review and instructor feedback will be included in the course structure. Course is also designed to accommodate students with learning disabilities, and the visual and hearing impaired. DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Location - Online Daily classes Times: Mon-Sat 9:00 am -12noon Prerequisites: eighth grade students Pass/Fail (if taken as a refresher course) Credit course if recommended by teacher

Title Plot Cast of Characters The Setting A LMS MOODLE Classroom Props Learning Materials Guiding Principles The Story Prologue - Module 1 - Vocabulary Module 2 Reading Comprehension 3 DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014

STORYBOARD CONTENTS DETERMINING THE PLOT 8/3/2014 Upon completing this course, students will be able to: Develop correct spelling habits by looking up words defining the words and using them correctly to form sentences Develop and use context clues in reading passages by using vocabulary terms Developing and building spelling knowledge using a geographical US map spelling US states and capital cities of the US and placing them on the map while developing spatial relationships to place using words Develop correct spelling of terms Develop reading and comprehension skills by analyzing reading passages Develop note-taking and time management skills Develop social skills with peers by evaluating peer assignments building formative evaluation skills Demonstrate mastery of improved critical reading skills through the development of vocabulary drill tests and reading practice drill essays through selfassessments 4 Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

Demonstrate mastery spelling of vocabulary words by usage of words in forming sentences Demonstrate vocabulary and reading skills through the formation of writing essays that focus on word usage, sentence structure an formative assessment of 70% or higher competency levels Demonstrate improved skills in using correct spelling and recall of details in a passage Demonstrate mastery in peer review skills that will enable learners to effectively communicate with peers Demonstrate mastery of improved writing skills to enable students to read and understand complex reading passages DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer THE CAST OF CHARACTERS Starring Faculty: Reading Instructor TA: Technology Assistant Supporting cast Institutional support (e.g., Help desk, library services, etc.) DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014

Students: 8th graders enrolled in an online learning program Middle School students Most are enrolled in the Virtual Summer reading academy to pull up failing grades Some will enroll in course as a refresher course to aid them in passing standardized reading tests Also Starring 5 Educational Services Corporation School Library Summer Hours Online Online Support Services Visual and hearing Impaired Equipment Software (JAWS) through Educational services corp. THE SETTING A Learning Management System Online Classroom 6 The MOODLE LMS will: Communicate learning objectives? Provide learning content and materials? Assess achievement of learning objectives? Provide instructions for learning activities?

Provide for interaction of students with content, instructors, other students? Encourage socialization and the building of a learning community? Motivate and encourage learners? Arrange the series of instructional events? DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Explain what the course is about? MOODLE THE SCRIPT IN THE SETTING Announcements and Activities Area Template 7 DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 PROPS LEARNING MATERIALS Multi-media Files Textbooks Learning Module Overviews and Other Documents Library Articles ESSAY TEMPLATES

History of a Word Vocabulary Self-Assessments Reading Comprehension Self Assessments Reading and Writing Tutorial Vocabulary Builder Word Lists Poetry Corner Readers and Writers Notebook Opinion vs. Fact Suggested Reading List DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer Study Tips Video Time Management Video Note-taking Video Internet Resources Wikipedia English Vocabulary Quick Reference 8/3/2014 Online Vocabulary Skills Workbook and Reading Comprehension Workbook The Parts of Speech

8 GUIDING PRINCIPLES - 1 9 Gagnes nine events of instruction Informing the learner of the objective 2. Gaining attention 3. Simulating recall of prerequisite learned capabilities 4. Presenting the stimulus material 5. Providing learning guidance 6. Eliciting performance 7.

Providing feedback about performance correctness 8. Assessing the performance 9. Enhancing retention and transfer Gagne, R. M., Wager, W. W., Golas, K. C., & Keller, J. M. (2005). (p. 195) DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 1. GUIDING PRINCIPLES - 2 Developmental theories* adapting: Vygotskys zone of proximal development Bruners scaffolding Current knowledg e What kind of support? Is it available? zone of proximal development

Are there any learning objectives in this area? Knowledge achievable with support scaffolding Beyond current reach Increasing challenge What kinds of barriers to learning are there? Can they be overcome? *See: Driscoll, M.P. (2005). Psychology of learning for instruction (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 What is it? Is it adequate? 10 THE STORY OUTLINE Prologue Welcome & Course Orientation by Reading Instructor Act 1: ___________________________________________________________

Startup Activities Instructions for getting started Faculty Information Icebreaker Activity Student Self-Assessments for Modules1 & 2 Act 2 : Module 1 - Vocabulary Skills Announce and Introduce Module 1 Help students link to past prerequisites Learning activity and assessments Act 3: Module 2 Reading Comprehension Skills Announce and Introduce Module 2 Help students link to past prerequisites Learning activity and assessments Formative Evaluation and course survey 8/3/2014 11 MOODLE PROLOGUE First Class Announcement and Introduction Class Start Date June 10th Welcome Instructor Introduction Course Overview Syllabus Resources

Conference Area Contact Information for instructor Faculty Announcements: June 10th Gagne: Gaining Attention Informing the learner of the objectives DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 First Class Announcement: Virtual Reading Summer Workshop 12 Keller: Perceptual Arousal Goal Orientation Learning Requirements MOODLE START UP ACTIVITIES 13 Conferences DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014

Start Course Here Reading Instructors Office NEWS ROOM Assignments & rubrics Questions??? Course Overview Vocabulary Skills & Reading comprehension MOODLE FACULTY INFORMATION & BIO 14 DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Faculty Information Online Office BIO MOODLE STUDENT INTRODUCTIONS Conferences

Bios Reading Cafe Lounge Area Icebreaker Activity 8/3/2014 Student Introductions DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer Icebreaker Activity 15 Name three (3) Foods You like and one you do not like Each student guess the food that each student does not like and discuss in student lounge area Introduce yourself to the class and write a short biography MOODLE Assessments & Quizzes Modules 1 & 2 Assessing Student Knowledge Vocabulary Reading Comprehension Quizzes & Online

Assessments Attention Keller Confidence Keller Relevance Keller Satisfaction Keller DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Eliciting performance Providing feedback about performance correctness Assessing the performance Gagne 16 MOODLE Student Self-Assessment Modules 1 & 2 Conferences Script Notes

Gagne: Stimulating recall of prerequisite learned capabilities Assessing prior knowledge through self-tests Keller: Relevance - Familiarity Eliciting Performance Self Assessment Success Opportunities Personal Control DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Scaffolding Knowledge achievable with support 17 MOODLE MODULES 1 & 2 Overview Conference Overview Area Modules 1&2 - Intro Overview (Read Only) Modules 1 & 2

Activities, learning objectives & assessments Readings and Conferences DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer Module 1 Introduction 8/3/2014 Gagne: Gaining Attention 18 Behaviorist theory focuses on the design of learning environments which optimizes knowledge transfer and cognitive theory focuses on efficient processing strategies (Bednar,, et al.,, 1992). Learning Activities Module 1 - Vocabulary Conferences & Activities Area Template 19 Self Assessment Feedback from Instructor to Students Needs Assessment Evaluations

Assignment of Peer Groups Review Note-taking and time management video Module 1 Course Outline Define vocabulary terms daily Use Vocabulary terms forming sentences US Geography Game click & drag Journal Writing Week 1 Peer review Activity Vocabulary Quiz Read The History of A Word Discussion Corner The Parts of Speech Final Quiz Assessment 8/3/2014 Online Self Assessment Write and submit student BIO using spell check DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer MOODLE Learning Activities Module 2 Reading Comprehension 20 MODULE 2: ESSAY AREA Reading and

Writing Tutorial Video Study Tips Video Individual Activity Recall of past prerequisites skimming and paraphrasing essays Peer Group Poetry corner Write poems daily Assessments Online Quizzes Time based tests Book Reports (3) Discussion Topics Parts of Speech and grammar Benefits of Taking an Online course vs. class room Go Over Reading List Complete Course Survey Final Exam Project submit 8/3/2014

Two Reading Essay Assessments Instructor Feedback Self-Assessment Reading Quiz Reading Comprehension Workbook Lessons DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer MOODLE GUIDING PRINCIPLES 3 Kellers ARCS Model - Motivation Perceptual arousal capturing interest Inquiry arousal stimulating inquiry Variability maintaining attention 8/3/2014 ATTENTION: 21 RELEVANCE: Goal orientation meeting learners needs Motivate matching providing choices, responsibilities Familiarity linking instruction to learner experiences CONFIDENCE: Learning requirements building expectations for success Success opportunities building learners belief in their own competence Personal control linking learner success to their efforts SATISFACTION: Natural consequences meaningful application opportunities Positive consequences reinforcing learners successes DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer

Equity helping learners anchor a positive feeling of success Assessment Criteria Projects Quizzes Final Exam DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer Weekly assignments 8/3/2014 22 Percent of Grade 10 40 30

20 Weekly assignments Projects Quizzes Final exam 23 Independent Course and Student Survey By Educational Services Corporation Course Evaluation Providing Feedback Through Evaluation Enhancing Retention and DETT607-2014 Debra L Farmer 8/3/2014 Course and Student Survey

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