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Instructional Design, Week Four: Technology

Note: I completed and posted my week four assignment and final project out of sequence. You will find the final project post below this one. My final project is based on three class sessions embedded in the¬†English Composition (ENG1100) class. … Continue reading

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Instructional Design, Week Four: Final Project

The Research Process: An Introduction to Information Literacy Concepts and Skills (Embedded into the English Composition Class) Environment Information Literacy (IL) is considered a core competency by our accrediting body, WASC, and the university is expected to assess students on … Continue reading

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Instructional Design, Week Three: Learning Theories & Motivation

Learning Theories Discuss which theory/ies might be most applicable to your instruction and outline a specific activity/assignment/exercise that would facilitate learning according to that theory. I tend to use all three learning theories (behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism) in my teaching … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Week Two, Part Two: Integration

Integration of Steps 1-4 1. Situational Factors Major situational factors affecting the IL instruction embedded in this English Composition class have been considered and seem aligned with learning goals, feedback, and assessment: Limited time (150 minutes class time) – IL … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Week Two, Part One: Educative Assessment

Procedures for Educative Assessment 1. Forward-Looking Assessment Formulate one or two ideas for forward-looking assessment. Identify a situation in which students are likely to use what they have learned, and try to replicate that situation with a question, problem, or … Continue reading

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Instructional Design Week One: Situational Factors and Significant Learning Goals

SITUATIONAL FACTORS Specific Context ENG1100 is an English Composition class with an Information Literacy (IL) unit. The focus of the IL unit is the Research Process. The class can have up to 25 students and is taught by both full-time … Continue reading

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