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Choosing from a learning experience menu

Choosing from a learning experience menu | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
A learning experience should be a solution best suited to an organizational need. It is part of a system of aligned solutions. A learning experience menu: A balanced diet In keeping with the Thanks...

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Learning and teaching mingle together. The metaphor of menu is one which suggests we order, but sometimes it takes guidance from others to make good decisions. They are our decisions, but the help is a necessary ingredient.

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For effective innovation, act your way to new thinking | Logos Noesis

For effective innovation, act your way to new thinking | Logos Noesis | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
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Do you think your way to acting or act your way to thinking?

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Thinking Assessment Ladder for Questioning

Thinking Assessment Ladder for Questioning | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
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This is a wonderful tool educators can used to assess the level of thinking.

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Instructional Systems Design [Infographic]

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This infographic maps the core components of the Instructional Design, a practice for developing effective learning experiences for the learners. Check it out!
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How Visuals Help Us Learn - Edudemic

How Visuals Help Us Learn - Edudemic | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it

How do you use videos in your practiceSince we talked yesterday about the plethora of different types of visuals available to present information, we thought it might be useful to take a look at why visuals are useful as classroom tools, and some do-s and don’t-s of using visuals. Enter the handy infographic below. While this particular visual isn’t necessarily geared towards teachers, …


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The  why's, do's and  don'ts of using visuals .

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How do you use visuals in your practice?  I like the do's and don't section as well as the stats about how fast a brain processes information.  How might we use these ideas in socio-emotional learning?

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Merrill's First Principles

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First principles of instruction is a attempt by M. David Merrill to identify fundamental invariant principles of good instructional design, regardless pedagogic strategy. It can be used both as an instructional design model and as evaluation grid to judge the quality of a pedagogical design

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Instructional Design Models and Methods | Instructional Design Central

Instructional Design Models and Methods | Instructional Design Central | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Learn about instructional design models and instructional methods for online course design and design for instruction.
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Currently sorting through models related to Instrcutional Design.  I came across this resource.

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Three Block Model of UDL

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In block three of the Three-Block Model of UDL, called Systems & Structures, policy, divisional implementation requirements, and school-based service delivery models are outlined. The Three-Block...
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A model , worth looking at, that includes elements of lesson design..

 

The cool thing is that it weaves important elements of classroom culture into the typical UDL framework in a more explicit manner.  This connects to the work of so many others (Project Zero/Culture of Thinking 's 8 Cultural Forces; Jim Knights High Impact Instruction (Community Building) ; CHAMPS and others.  

 

 

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33 Essential Resources for Developers & Designers

33 Essential Resources for Developers & Designers | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it

Web developers and designers have flocked to Mashable to learn from and share our how-to guides, analyses, videos, lists, videos and galleries. Here are 33 of those great resources.


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Effective Lesson Planning & Design

This presentation will help to explain the Backward Design Planning model. -- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your ow...
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backwards planning ensures you plan well

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What does an Instructional Designer do?

Dr. Joel Gardner explains what Instructional Designers do. Learn more: http://joelleegardner.blogspot.com/ http://www.franklin.edu/msdegreeidpt.
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How to Evaluate Learning: Kirkpatrick Model for the 21st Century

How to Evaluate Learning: Kirkpatrick Model for the 21st Century | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Kirkpatrick’s revision of the Four Levels starts with defining what the results, or return on expectations should be. It then goes backwards through the
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Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training EvaluationLevel 1. Reaction: To what degree did the learners react favorably to the training experience?Level 2. Learning: To what degree did the learners acquire the intended knowledge, skills, and attitudes as a result of the training?Level 3. Behavior: To what degree did the learners apply what they learned back on the job?Level 4. Results: To what degree did the targeted outcomes occur as a result of the training experience and follow-up reinforcement?
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Front-End Analysis: Backward Analysis and the Performance Gap

Front-End Analysis: Backward Analysis and the Performance Gap | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
In the Human Performance Technology (HPT) model, the performance gap is identified during the Front-End Analysis (FEA) phase, which consists of a performance and a causal
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In the Human Performance Technology (HPT) model, the performance gap is identified during the Front-End Analysis (FEA) phase, which consists of a performance and a causal analysis. In the ISD, or ADDIE model, the performance gap is also identified during the “front end” of the model—in this case, the analysis, or needs assessment, phase.

Don Clark has come up with a front-end analysis concept foridentifying the performance gap that is predicated on the HPT and ADDIE models, but is completely different—Backward Analysis."

 

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Why Instructional Designers Should Draw

Why Instructional Designers Should Draw | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
If Instructional designers want to improve their thinking and communication skills, they must learn how to draw. Drawing provides many benefits...
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A lovely article that says what I think!  Drawing helps me think; explain; process complex information.  

 

Includes great resources:  

Ed Emberley books (my favorite)Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty EdwardsThe Back of a Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures by Dan RoamThinking with a Pencil by Henning NelmsYou Can Draw in 30 Days by Mark KistlerDrawing Upside Down
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Dylan Wiliam & the 5 Formative Assessment Strategies to Improve Student Learning

Dylan Wiliam & the 5 Formative Assessment Strategies to Improve Student Learning | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Dylan Wiliam outlines 5 formative assessment strategies that work to improve student learning, but what is formative assessment? Read our blog to access a free webinar that clarifies formative assessment.
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In the book, he provides the 5 strategies that he has come to believe are core to successful formative assessment practice in the classroom:

1. Clarifying, sharing, and understanding learning intentions and criteria for success – getting the students to really understand what their classroom experience will be and how their success will be measured.

2. Engineering effective classroom discussions, activities, and learning tasks that elicit evidence of learning – developing effective classroom instructional strategies that allow for the measurement of success.

3. Providing feedback that moves learning forward – working with students to provide them the information they need to better understand problems and solutions.

4. Activating learners as instructional resources for one another – getting students involved with each other in discussions and working groups can help improve student learning.

5. Activating learners as owners of their own learning – We wrote a recent blog on this topic:self-regulation of learning leads to student performance improvement.

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UDL Trailer

Register today! Smore to register : https://www.smore.com/tkrdx http://bit.do/OSUDL Http://bit.do/PLN4UDL
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Cast a wider net to "catch" everyone..........Universal Design for Learning.

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5 Proven Instructional Strategies to Gain Learners’ Attention – An Infographic

5 Proven Instructional Strategies to Gain Learners’ Attention – An Infographic | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
This infographic provides 5 tips to hook your learners to your online course!
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An innovative use of Mind mapping in Education | The Edynco blog

An innovative use of Mind mapping in Education | The Edynco blog | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
@EdyncoTeam: "An innovative use of Mind mapping in Education" #mindmapping #edchat #barkernsw http://t.co/y7xHtsRjFd
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Choosing from a learning experience menu

Choosing from a learning experience menu | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
A learning experience should be a solution best suited to an organizational need. It is part of a system of aligned solutions. A learning experience menu: A balanced diet In keeping with the Thanks...

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Interesting........cast a wide net to engage the most people

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Learning and teaching mingle together. The metaphor of menu is one which suggests we order, but sometimes it takes guidance from others to make good decisions. They are our decisions, but the help is a necessary ingredient.

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Lesson planning resources for educators

Lesson planning resources for educators | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Why start from scratch? Here is a list of sites with excellent lesson plans, software, worksheets, and more.

I'm a Math guy. If you're not and know great resources for other areas of study, please comment or suggest!

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The Revised 5 Minute Lesson Plan

This is a walk through video of how to use our revised 5 minute lesson plan made for Dulwich College. We have adapted it from @TeacherToolkit. If you would l...
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Not bad.  I'd like to see UDL infused more, especially for engagement and assessment.  

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Evidence That Designers May Soon Rule The World and 4 Rules To Live By

Evidence That Designers May Soon Rule The World and 4 Rules To Live By | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Daniel Pink's belief that right-brainers will rule the future is correct. A talk by Tina Roth Eisenberg at SXSW proved of the growing influence of design
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10 Ways To Visually Improve Your Storyline Course

10 Ways To Visually Improve Your Storyline Course | Designing Instruction | Scoop.it
Discover ten ways to visually improve your Articulate Storyline eLearning course. The following tips will help create a better learning experience for users
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