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Published on December 4, 2007

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A.D.D.I.E. workshop presentation on Analysis for an Academic Impressions Conference "A Comprehensive Approach to Designing Online"

Analysis: Taking Stock of What you Know Academic Impressions Conference December 2-4, 2007, Austin, TX Patricia McGee [email_address]

 

the case 2

What do you know? What more do you need to know?

What do you know?

What more do you need to know?

What is analysis? Identifying a need Articulating goals Analyzing tasks Describing the learning context Understanding the learner 1

Identifying a need

Articulating goals

Analyzing tasks

Describing the learning context

Understanding the learner

determining a need

What is the need? needs assessment identifies… Normative need Felt need Expressed or demanded need Comparative need Anticipated or future need 3

needs assessment identifies…

Normative need

Felt need

Expressed or demanded need

Comparative need

Anticipated or future need

Needs analysis to task analysis Identify learning goal (s) through a front end needs analysis. Identify tasks associated with the goals through a task analysis. 4

Identify learning goal (s) through a front end needs analysis.

Identify tasks associated with the goals through a task analysis.

Identifying instructional goals Higher education - goals come from? In other venues goals come from: Subject matter expertise (SME) Performance indicators 6

Higher education - goals come from?

In other venues goals come from:

Subject matter expertise (SME)

Performance indicators

Who are the learners? Students What is the high level knowledge, skill or ability that they will learn? Specific facts, procedures, concepts, principles Learners will interpret the impact of domestic economic policies on environmental issues Goals answer…

Who are the learners? Students

What is the high level knowledge, skill or ability that they will learn? Specific facts, procedures, concepts, principles

Learners will interpret the impact of domestic economic policies on environmental issues

Determining goals Review case Consider case outcomes (handout) Group outcomes by related topics Write a goal for each group of outcomes and record for use in the Design Phase

Review case

Consider case outcomes (handout)

Group outcomes by related topics

Write a goal for each group of outcomes and record for use in the Design Phase

task analysis

Goals = what tasks? Analyze by… Hierarchical Task Analysis IF and THEN Analysis Model Based Analysis Cognitive Task Analysis Information Processing Analysis

Analyze by…

Hierarchical Task Analysis

IF and THEN Analysis

Model Based Analysis

Cognitive Task Analysis

Information Processing Analysis

the good news

the context

What should you consider? Discuss case context cards one at a time. Make a list for each of the 7 areas. noted in the Case Context cards. Post to wiki under Considering the Context. w i k i

Discuss case context cards one at a time.

Make a list for each of the 7 areas. noted in the Case Context cards.

Post to wiki under Considering the Context.

the learner

Generations at Work 1922-1943 1944-1960 1961-1980 1981-2000 Nexters or Millennials Veterans or Traditionalists Baby Boomers Gen Xers Retiring from the work force 63-84 years old Middle to end work force 46-62 years old Beginning to mid work force 26-45 years old In K-20 education system 6-25 years old Sara McNeil, 2005

From: Smith, P.L. & Ragan, T.J. (2005), Instructional Design, 3rd Edition , p. 60. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Learner avatars What are the characteristics of the learners? What more might we need to know about the learners? Can the learners be grouped into difference categories? If so, how can we label these? What are the top five instructional needs of these learners? Save in Word Doc. 7 w i k i

What are the characteristics of the learners?

What more might we need to know about the learners?

Can the learners be grouped into difference categories? If so, how can we label these?

What are the top five instructional

needs of these learners?

Save in Word Doc.

Summing up… What are most important factors that will impact development? Who needs to be involved throughout process?

What are most important factors that will impact development?

Who needs to be involved throughout process?

questions?

LUNCH!

 

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