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Artifact Report 6325

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Christine Claudio

 

EDTC 6325 E- Learning Design Project

 

E-Learning Design Project

Project Description:

E-Learning Design Project. This project addressed the development of an e-learning environment. This e-Learning module focuses on the integration of Accelerated Renaissance Enterprise,  as an instructional tool in the classroom. Accelerated Renaissance Enterprise, or AR allows educator to screen students for their reading level through STAR Reading. The data can be used to assist the educator with actionable Response to Intervention and setting reading goals.

 

The e-learning module developed through Moodle, consisted of  five lessons guiding the learner through the information and processes required for completion of the instructional goal. As the learner progress through the lessons, they are provided with individual lesson overviews, multimedia presentations, lesson assignment, discussions questions and quizzes to ensure completion and understanding.  

Responsibilities Met:

 

Responsibility 2: Design. The candidate will design instruction (or human performance strategies) to meet the needs of learners. Design documents and projects must show evidence of analysis of problem situation, awareness of unique characteristics of intended audience and implications for instruction, selection and implementation instructional strategies consistent with analysis of the learning situation and intended learners, selection and justification of appropriate medias, and evidence of both formative and summative evaluation strategies.

Performance Indicators Justification
2.1 Demonstrates ability to perform analysis and documentation of instructional need or opportunity resulting in student-centered, performance based instructional objectives based upon, and appropriate for, a specific audience. 2.1  The e-Learning Module Proposal outlines the instructional and training problem in a real-world work or learning environment. The proposal includes basic performance tasks, specific and appropriate audience, and a learning environment necessary for successful completion of the Module.  Project Proposal:
2.2 Demonstrates ability to perform comprehensive task analysis of an instructional objective. 2.2  The Instructional Goal has been divided into five sub goals. Each sub goal has been developed into a lesson within the module. Each sub goal was subsequently divided into specific performance objectives. E-learning project 2
2.3 Demonstrates ability to select and integrate into instruction a variety of research-based instructional strategies The instruction is divided into sub goals that will facilitate instruction by segmenting content into manageable chunks. To promote learning, Mayer's Multimedia Principle is applied throughout the instruction. The principle states that people learn better from pictures and words than from words alone. This e-learning module is consistent with Mayer's Multimedia Principle which shows words and images throughout this e-learning module. 
2.4 Demonstrates ability to develop and select appropriate assessment instruments.

2.4 To evaluate the learner in the learning process, each module contains an assignment, discussion question, and a quiz. Task work includes: final project assignment for each lesson, discussion questions, and quizzes over key terms and application concepts. The quizzes contain multiple choice questions, true/false statements, and short answers. The discussion questions are related to the lesson topic. Before moving on to the next lesson learners must apply the skills for the current lesson.

2.5 Demonstrates ability to use formative evaluations for iterative assessments of components of the design process.

2.5 The assessments were targeted to the audience of learners for the course created. The results from the evaluations were used to improve the course and its assessments.

Responsibility 3: Development, Utilization and Management. The candidate will develop, utilize and manage a variety of media and instructional technologies to deliver instruction to students.

Performance Indicators Justification
3.1 Demonstrates ability to develop instruction using a minimum of three different medias.

3.1 This project was completed using screen shots, text, video, and audio. The software used was Microsoft Word, YouTube, and  Moodle.

3.2 Applies research-based rationale for the selection and utilization of technologies for learning.

3.2 The technologies used in this project were selected based upon the principles in Mayer's book Multimedia Learning and the Dick & Carey model.

3.3 Demonstrates ability to manage projects and evaluate progress and improvement. 3.3 Timelines and due dates gives were an important part of this project used to manage the successful completion of this project. 

3.4 Uses the results of evaluation methods to revise and update instructional materials

 

 

 

3.4 The student evaluations were conducted to make sure that the goals and objectives were clear throughout the e-learning module. The evaluations helped also in determining whether the sub-goals aligned and are properly segmented throughout the e-learning module.

Performance Indicators Justification

Responsibility 4: Evaluation. The candidate uses incisive and relevant assessment and evaluation techniques (e.g., product or project which uses formative and/or summative evaluations). Candidate demonstrates the ability to evaluate quality of instructional materials and instructional systems using appropriate methodologies. Candidate also demonstrates the ability to use formative and summative assessment methodologies to ascertain the effectiveness of instruction in meeting instructional goals.

Performance Indicators Justification

4.1 Demonstrates ability to use formative evaluation strategies to evaluate the quality of instruction.

4.1 Professor and peer review and input for each lesson was used to determine changes and improvements needed.

4.3 Demonstrates ability to select a variety of appropriate assessment instruments and use those instruments to assess effectiveness of instruction in meeting instructional objectives

4.2 Professor, peer review, and input for each lesson was used to determine the changes and improvement needed.

 

4.4 Documents results from formative evaluations and uses those results to revise instructional materials, and/or instructional development process.

4.4 The lesson assessments have been revised to better determine whether the instructional goals and objectives are being achieved. 

Modifications Made

A major modification was to avoid Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. These two browsers did not support uploading or lend itself to make any necessary changes or follow steps in creating the Moodle shell. Firefox browser was used ensure completion of e-learning module. With this major change all lessons were completed.

 

Sub-goals were rewritten and some were condensed to avoid too many steps for the learner and further sub-divided with letters, example Step 4, 4a, 4b, etc.

Long Term Modifications:

I intend to develop the videos as a long term project to ensure proper completion of the e-learning module. The videos will be done via screenr.

 

 

 

 

 

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