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DID steps
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  1. 1. DID steps Introduction Instructional Design Model Know State Establish Dynamic Instructional Design DID Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources Ashley Bringas Revised 10/07/2013
  2. 2. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources Instructional Design Model Used to help educators in the first phase of the system • Results in coordinated and focused daily lesson plans and subsequent instructional action plans. • Must be flexible and adaptable to accommodate continual changes in strategies to meet learner needs. •
  3. 3. DID steps Introduction Know ● Developmental stages, both physically and cognitively ● Backgrounds may affect how instruction is received State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources ● Incoming skills and knowledge base Successfully Focusing Instruction • Begin by carefully reviewing the characteristics of your learners. • Ask yourself a number of questions● aboutor ● Learning Similarities styles, cognitive differences your learners styles, and affect the types of intelligence ● As a group, how are the learners the same, and how are they different? design
  4. 4. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources • Accurately measure performance • Target the performances intended Keeping Instructional Design Focused • State your instructional objectives in terms of student performance • All subsequent steps will be tightly targeted on student outcomes • Include multiple levels of critical thinking
  5. 5. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources • Sufficient diversity to meet learner needs • Nurturing and secure for all students The learning environment must be effective to promote learning by all students. • Positive and productive interaction • Support and enhance learning
  6. 6. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources • Address all Steps • Each Step Makes Sense • Must be sufficient for and effective in meeting the Include Varied objectives identified Strategies •
  7. 7. DID steps Introduction Know • Good Variety State Establish Strategies Technologies The technologies must • Appropriate Technologies be successful in supporting the targeted teaching and learning Evaluation • Readily Available Conclusion Resources
  8. 8. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources •Data gathered • Method of from assessment assessment that useful to will measure determine achievement ofThe Summative Evaluation necessary objectives • Must provide the data revisions needed to determine whether the objectives were achieved. • Evaluation • techniques valid for Must be sufficient effective revision. and reliable with reference to the design
  9. 9. DID steps Introduction Know State Effective instruction has been thoroughly created. Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources Virtual instruction needs to be clear and concise, because there is often no further explanation
  10. 10. DID steps Introduction Know State Establish Strategies Technologies Evaluation Conclusion Resources • Lever-Duffy, J., & McDonald, J.B. (2011). Teaching and Learning with Technology (4th ed.). Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. Ally and Bacon.

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