Teacher Learning Outcomes: A Point of View

Based on your experience please answer the following: 1. How did you create instructional experiences that are performance-based and aligned to specific student learning styles? 2. How did you utilize pedagogical and philosophical theory and practice to make decisions about curriculum and instr...

Conceptual Knowledge Building

How can a teacher build conceptual knowledge related to the 10 themes in social studies for your students? What are two examples.

RTI for the Teacher and Whole School

After reviewing the National Center on Response to Intervention website, explain how this school model could be valuable to the classroom teacher. Then explain what would need to be in place for a school to become an RTI school.

Family involvment

Sometimes family members will not fully understand the purpose of or processes related to learning plans, and because of this, they may not want to participate. What are some reasons why this might be the case? How might you approach such families in a way that is caring, compassionate, and sensitiv...

Aligning to ID Model

I need help with my task. In this section, provide specific information about the model of instructional design that you are using for your instructional event or course. For example, if you decide to use the ADDIE model; you start with "analysis" and end with "evaluation." In general, you want ...

Instructional Design: Best Practices and Rationale

1. Provide a rationale for using ID models. 2. Justify the need for using them in education. 3. Define the concept of "best practices" and relate it to the use of instructional design (ID). Can you search the Internet and discuss what professionals of ID recommend as a valid rationale.

Best Practices in Instructional Design

Trainingfolks.com blogged 7 steps for best practices when implementing instructional design. Can you please review this information and then respond to the following items: Can you please identify the three best practices that you think apply most directly to your needs as a current or future ID ...

THE RELATIONSHIP OF LEARNING THEORY TO INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

ADDIE, Dick and Carey, ELM, ARCS, or Gerlach and Ely ID Models 1. give an example of how behaviorism may be used with an ID model to strengthen a learning activity 2. Use Bloom's taxonomy with one of the ID models above to illustrate how higher-order thinking may be facilitated during a learnin...

Educational Models for "One Size Fits All"

I don't think a "one size fits all" model is realistic or effective I agree with this. Do you think most classes are designed with a "one size fits all" mindset? If so, how? If one was doing radically different types of Instructional Design work. For example, I deem that it would be best to a...

Teaching and Learning Theories Aligned to ID Models

Define the concepts of Behaviorism, Cognitivism and Constructivism. How might knowledge of these three learning theories (above) help an instructional designer design and develop effective instructional materials? Please explain your answer clearly, and show your reasoning or line of logic.

ID Models: ELM, ARCS, and Gerlach and Ely

The ELM, ARCS, and Gerlach and Ely Models are three instructional design models that you will explore in Module 2. What are the characteristics of these models? How is one model specifically different from the other? You may wonder if the models require validation using various methods. If the model...

ID Models: ADDIE, Dick and Carey

1.Identify the characteristics, and their use, of the ADDIE Instructional Design Model. 2.Identify the characteristics, and their use, of the Dick and Carey Instructional Design Model. Note: Include discussion of how you determine the learning needs of your students using both models. Also cons...

Tyler's interlocking system interpretation

Regarding Ralph W. Tyler, can you please describe his understanding of the nature and structure of knowledge and the needs of the learner. Also, compare the process and product model perspectives and their impact on curriculum development in relations to Tyler's interlocking system.

Cognitive Apprenticeship Skills

. I must Present a plan for teaching a skill or concept using cognitive apprenticeship and also suggest additional cognitive strategies you might incorporate. Ask for specific feedback on your plan. What is one key question you have for your partner or group that would help you develop this further...

Curriculum Evaluation Styles

1.Describe a recent assessment you experienced within a training or school program. From your perspective identify the things that went well and the things that needed to be improved. 2.Based on your discussion above, describe tasks related to the curriculum development process that your organizati...

Curriculum Development and Implementation

Some universities, online and otherwise, give adults course credit for life experiences. Under what conditions can life experiences be equivalent to university course credit? Provide an example of a "life experience" and the "learning that occurred" because of it. Then, align this "learning" t...

Examining the Future of Technology-based Learning

1. Can you please peruse the Internet for readings or resources addressing the topic of Future Learning Technologies - either implicitly or explicitly. 2. Identify and select three peer-reviewed literature resources that address the topic of Future Learning Technologies. Please provide a summary ...

Future of Technology-Based Learning: Trends

1. Can you please Identify future trends in the technology-based learning field. 2.Analyze how the future trends in the technology-based learning field will impact the current instructional needs and requirements in the military.

Instructional Software

1.Can you please help me peruse the Internet for readings or resources addressing the topic of Instructional Software. Identify instructional software that can be used in the development of technology-based instructional activities. The software selected should be geared toward high school student...

Creating and Developing Technology-based Learning Activities

Can you please help me 1. Explain one method that may be used to create and develop technology-based activities. 2. Identify challenges and obstacles to implementation of technology-based activities. 3. Propose strategies for overcoming barriers related to the implementation of technology-...

Implementing Learning Activities

Can you please discuss the strategies for implementing these 4 learning activities: 1.Guided multiple choice exercises 2.Stand-alone multiple choice 3.Simple fill-in-the-blank responses 4.Move screen objects from one place to another

Blackboard vs. Moodle: Comparing and Contrasting both LMSs

In regards to Blackboard (http://www.blackboard.com/) and Moodle (http://moodle.com/) websites. Can you determine the capabilities of the LMS product that they offer. Can you also compare and contrast the LMSs from both companies. Thank you

Infectious disease assistance

Discussion: 1 Unit 3 Public Health and Emergency Preparedness and Response Ebola Symptomatic Veronica Rangel Capella University Four days prior, a 39-year-old male, traveling alone, arrived from a country that was experiencing an Ebola outbreak. Three days after his arrival, he went ...

Learner Readiness: 3 Resources and Summaries

Can you please provide 3 Internet readings or scholarly resources addressing the topic of Learner Readiness - either implicitly or explicitly and provide a summary of the article highlighting the specific main ideas. Thank you for the help

Planning Director and the HR Analyst

Case 19: The Planning Director and the HR Analyst (Sharp 147) Case 23: A Speed Bump on Staff (Sharp 147) On case 19 the main summary was referring to a position had been vacant for four months. There for it is important positions are utilized to support the agency's mission. Vacant positions are in...

Arab American cultural resources and strategies

The Arab American culture today often faces some of the most intense intolerance, prejudice, and hate crimes in the US. As multicultural educators, we further understand that teaching and learning is a cross-cultural encounter and that teachers and students come to the classroom with "cultural bagga...

Socioeconomic Status of Children's Education

Think about the socioeconomic status of students in your neighborhood school. Are they similar or different? If they are different, in what ways? How do differences between your SES background and your students hinder your teaching? How do you ensure that your perceptions and assumptions do not im...