1. Since the introduction of computers into the classroom, various terms have arisen that basically refer to the same thing, such as computer-based training (CBT), computer-based learning (CBL), computer authored Instruction (CAI), computer-managed Instruction (CMI), computer-mediated learning, etc. Define computer mediated lear
A detailed explination of R. Gane's Theory on Conditions of Learning.
How the history of curriculum affects the development of curriculum today. An overview of the curriculum of Japan post WWII and it's affects of todays curriculum development.
Describe briefly a research problem that you would like to pursue. Include the research question, and rationale for using qualitative, quantitative, or mixed approach to research.
Describe briefly a research problem that you would like to pursue. Include the research question, and rationale for using qualitative, quantitative, or mixed approach to research. If quantitative or mixed, state the hypothesis. Select one software program appropriate to your research approach, and discuss pro's and con's of us
This solution describes synchronous and asynchronous learning environments and media that support them (such as broadcast instruction, audio-video conferencing, correspondence, web-based instruction, computer-based instruction, etc.).
What effect does managerial decision making and leadership have on organizational ground rule changes?
I explain the effect of managerial decision making and leadership on organizational ground rule changes.
Develop an instructional technology plan of training course of "OSHA requirements for blood borne pathogens" for for school employees. The course will be administered on-line as an asynchronous course that is self-paced and it will use Flash for animations, PowerPoint for slides, Dreamweaver as a web site platform, and Lectora t
How does an individual deal with living under two or more conflicting value systems?Can you please help me complete these three questions? can you support the answers with quotes from Linda k. Trevino and Katherine A. Nelson.
1. How does an individual deal with living under two or more conflicting value systems? 2. Why do individual and group ethics/ground rules differ? 3. What are the points that should be included in an individual code of ethics?
Using the Title Wizard menu item in Lectora, select a pre-formatted Lectora template. After you have selected your template from the Title Wizard menu, create a brief learning module (5 screens) describing the steps used on how to use the Title Wizard menu feature. Include the following components in your learning module: 1.
This posting defines instructional media and its purpose. It also shows how instructional media fits in the instructional systems design (ISD) process.
What are the main components, advantages, and disadvantages of Constructivist Theory?
Describe the components of the evaluation report.
What are your personal, professional, and educational goals for the next five years? 1) What programs will you attend? 2) What skills or competencies will you continue to develop? 3) What professional organization(s) have you or will you join? 4) What conferences or workshops will you attend? 5) What additional degrees migh
Indicators of Review/Assessment - Effective sheltered instruction would need to have the following 4 components: teach and model, assess student comprehension, review key concepts and vocabulary and reteach, making modifications as necessary.
Indicators of Review/Assessment Effective sheltered instruction would need to have the following 4 components: teach and model, assess student comprehension, review key concepts and vocabulary and reteach, making modifications as necessary.
Part I: Read the attached case study file (CaseStudy2) of Terry Kirkland. After the reading it, read the online version of the same case study at http://teach.virginia.edu/go/ITcases/Terry/#Scene4. Answer the following questions: 1. Using research sources, discuss THREE instructional methods used in the Kirkland case situ
This posting offers a synopsis of roles for instructional designers within K-12 schools. It also provides a research citation based on the topic.
Part I: I am a director of curriculum development for a school system. I believe that I need to hire an instructional designer, although I do not have that position on staff at present. I will need to make a case for hiring someone into this new role. My audience does not fully understand either instructional design, or the
Describe the skills that students will demonstrate in the stages of language acquisition. i.e. listening and speaking, reading, and writing.
Teacher/Professor - Grading Calculation [confidential] Can you work out two different formulae for calculating final grades for the Track II and non-Track II students? SEE: Excel Worksheet
I need help answering these questions: Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcome of your decision?
Provide advice and instructions in your own words with examples to a remote work team that has been given a curriculum design project: 1. what are the strengths and weaknesses of team-based curriculum design in a remote work environment? Support with examples. 2. what processes or procedures might be unique to a curricul
Your classroom teacher has assigned you to a small group of students who must study the water cycle. What sorts of instructional technology might the teacher wish to use with this group of students? Explain your choices. When students are working with instructional technology, what would you see as your role as a paraprofess
Assessment Tools / Special Education Assessments and Interpretation There are numerous tools of assessment available to trace and support children who struggle to reach physical, emotional, and academic benchmarks. Test assessors have an enormous responsibility to understand the strength and weaknesses of each assessment. An
What are the differences between formal and informal data collection processes?
These questions are answered: When is a college degree a real advantage? Do you think that all college students should be working either before they enroll or at the same time? In the best case, is a college graduate more prepared to keep on learning? Do you think that employers find degrees simpler to measure than i
Critical Race Theory and its connection with evaluation and success is achieved.
This posting investigates guiding principles of the theory, recommends strategies, offers learning activities, etc.
This posting focuses on Curriculum theory in terms of "Critical Race theory."
This posting describes the three realms of cognition in the Triarchic Theory of Intelligence and compares competitive goals to cooperative goals that occur during assessment in schools.
By looking at Nation at Risk and Goals 2000, this posting suggests what does each document say about ideology, change, stability, etc.