The content of this course has been designed according to William Horton’s instructional design strategies as described in his book, “E-Learning by Design.” Horton is passionate about using “technology to create learning experiences that really teach,” and while this workshop may be delivered face-to-face, the modeling and activities are designed to demonstrate the immense impact of technology on classroom learning.
Terminal Objective 1: Analyze change issues in curriculum when using instructional technology (e.g. critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, innovation, and real-world application).
Enabling Objective 1: Research current change issues for a training environment using instructional technologies.
Enabling Objective 2: Exhibit use of technology in lesson plans.
Assessment: Adapt a lesson to integrate technology (rubric required).
Terminal Objective 2: Compare and contrast traditional and/or digital instructional pedagogy and andragogy.
Enabling Objective 1: Identify 21st century instructional strategies.
Enabling Objective 2: Define the digital learner.
Enabling Objective 3: Reflect to identify professional skills for growth opportunities.
Assessment: Web-based quiz
Self-assessment: Identify growth opportunities through a reflective journal activity
Terminal Objective 3: Assess the validity and engagement of instructional materials in the current digital age.
Enabling Objective 1: Identify curriculum requirements when using technology.
Enabling Objective 2: Define and measure student engagement with digital curriculum.
Assessment: Present 3–5 min. lesson to small group (rubric required).
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