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Evaluation

Cennamo, K. and Kalk, D. (2005). Real world instructional design. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. I've always thought there should be 3 types of evaluation: Formative to adjust instructional materials while there's time Summative to make certain instructional outcomes are achieved Normative to provide feedback to learners as they progress. The division of internal and external… Continue reading Evaluation

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Gagné’s Requirements

Gagné, R. (1985) The Conditions of Learning. New York, NY: CBS College Publishing. Gagné's method for defining learning requirements is reminiscent of Wiggins because Gagné recommends working backward from the intended learning goal. However, Gagné's approach of specifying internal and external conditions reflects his behavioral approach: Identify the types of learning outcomes Break down complex… Continue reading Gagné’s Requirements

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Outcomes and Assessments

Cennamo, K. and Kalk, D. (2005). Real world instructional design. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. While this chapter covered previous information on assessment, I appreciated the extension of Gagné's work beyond the 9 events we covered in the previous course. The 4-step sequence on developing outcomes and assessments was particularly clear: Identify goals and outcomes Classify… Continue reading Outcomes and Assessments