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EME 5603: Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design

Instructional Staff: Fengfeng Ke
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Lily Ke

on 19 August 2012

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Transcript of EME 5603: Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design

Goal of the course Objective of the course Dick & Carey Model -
Systematic ID ID = ? Simplified version of ID Students who successfully complete this course
should be able to design a unit of instruction
by using systematic instructional design procedures. Design, produce, evaluate, and revise a
30-minute unit
of instruction by employing the procedures
described in The Systematic Design of
Instruction (Dick, Carey, & Carey, 2009). Who Am I? Instructional Design
Immensely Detailed
Intuitively Delightful (pleasing) Identify skills/knowledge you want learners to acquire (skills/knowledge = X)
Design instruction to teach X to them
Design assessment to see whether they can do X
Pilot test what you designed
If they can't do X, revise what you designed, and ... try again Other versions of ID? Kemp design model: http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Kemp_design_model
The Four-door Model: http://theelearningcoach.com/elearning_design/the-four-door-model-rapid-elearning-design/ Syllabus Q & A Writing a goal statement "The purpose of this unit will be to teach students
about shutter speed and aperture. "
- A good goal statement? Requirement #1:
Your goal statement should describe a behavior
that learners (students) will be expected to perform after
they complete the unit of instruction you design. Fuzzy statements The learner will…
understand the basics of good photography
comprehend how to serve a tennis ball
appreciate the value of not smoking
know about balancing a checkbook
learn the rules for multiplying fractions
be aware of balanced diets Requirement #2:
Your goal statement should describe an observable behavior that learners (students) will be expected to perform after they complete the unit of instruction you design. "Observable" behavior (a) something a learner does that you can observe and judge
while it is being performed
Examples:
- student will serve a tennis ball properly
- student will stop smoking
and/or
(b) something a learner does that results in an
observable product
Examples:
- student will correctly balance a checkbook
- student will solve* multiplication problems
- student will identify* styles of art represented in paintings
- student will prepare a well-balanced dinner Requirement #3:
Your goal statement should describe a behavior
that requires learners to apply knowledge to solve
a problem, rather than simply recall facts.

Note: Objectives that require learners to apply knowledge to solve a problem are called intellectual skills objectives. Other Requirements Requirement #4:
Your goal statement should describe a behavior
that should require about 30 minutes of instruction.

Requirement #5:
Your goal statement should describe a behavior that
can be taught and assessed via print-based or
multimedia instruction (without the use of a live instructor)

Requirement #6:
You will need to find at least 6 students who do not
possess the skill you will be teaching, and who will be
willing to set aside ~ 60 - 90 minutes in mid-November
to:
- study your module
- complete a pretest, posttest and attitude survey Electronic Handout Summary of goal statement requirements
Tasks for next week
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