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Title: Instructional Systems Design for Supplemental Instruction Sara Weertz Angelo State University San An


1
Instructional Systems Design for Supplemental
Instruction Sara Weertz Angelo State
University San Angelo, Texas
2
Angelo State University
  • Located in San Angelo, Texas
  • West Central
  • Population 90,000

3
ASU Demographics
  • Total Enrollment 6,156 Students
  • Ethnicity Caucasian 69
  • Hispanic
    22
  • African American
    6
  • Other
    3
  • Gender Female 55
  • Male
    45

4
ASU Demographics (contd.)
  • 4 Undergraduate Colleges
  • Business
  • Education
  • Liberal Fine Arts
  • Science
  • Office of SI Center for Academic Excellence

5
Preview of ISD for SI
  • Introduction to ISD
  • What it is
  • Theory
  • 5 ISD Phases (Domains)
  • Analysis Tool
  • Demonstration
  • Wrap-up/QA

6
Instructional Systems Design (ISD) What is it?
  • Instructional Systems Design is the practice
    and theory of analysis, design, development,
    implementation, and evaluation of processes and
    resources for learning.


  • Huh?

7
No, what is it really?
  • Instructional Systems Design is the
    art and science of how people learn.
  • KEY Learning
  • What
  • How
  • Why
  • Performance based
  • Growth
  • Improvement

8
Instructional Systems Design Systems Approach
Environment
INPUTS
ACTIVITIES
OUTPUTS
FEEDBACK
From Rothwell, W Kazanas, H. Mastering the
instructional design process. (1998). San
Francisco, CA Jossey-Bass/Pfieffer
9
Instructional Systems Design Systems Approach
Theory
  • A system is an environment made up
  • of basic components
  • INPUTS
  • ACTIVITIES
  • OUTPUTS
  • FEEDBACK

10
Systems Approach SI Program Components
11
Instructional Systems Design 5 Domains
  • ANALYSIS
  • DESIGN
  • DEVELOPMENT
  • IMPLEMENTATION
  • EVALUATION

12
ANALYSIS PHASE
  • RESEARCH
  • Draw on knowledge/best practices
  • Consult Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • PREPARATION
  • MOST TIME-CONSUMING

13
DESIGN PHASE
  • Step by Step Plan
  • Who?
  • What?
  • When?
  • Where?
  • How Long?

14
DEVELOPMENT PHASE
  • Test Run
  • Does it work?
  • Who does what?
  • Time?
  • Dress Rehearsal
  • Mirror image
  • Equipment and materials
  • Iterative Process

15
IMPLEMENTATION PHASE
  • Training Day!
  • Take Notes

16
EVALUATION PHASE
  • Immediately after Implementation
  • Did you do what you set out to do?
  • Revisit your goal and objectives
  • Make anticipated revisions

17
Instructional Systems Design 5 Domains
  • ANALYSIS
  • DESIGN
  • DEVELOPMENT
  • IMPLEMENTATION
  • EVALUATION

18
Project Analysis Worksheet
PROJECT ANALYSIS WORKSHEET
Adapted from Van Tiem, Moseley, Dessinger.
(2000). Fundamentals of performance technology.
Washington, DC ISPI.
19
DEMONSTRATION Use of Analysis Tool
20
ANALYSIS PHASE Project Title Implementation
Date
  • Give your project a title and name the date
  • SI Leader Portfolios
  • Fall 2006
  • First week of classes/SI Leader meeting
  • One hour

21
ANALYSIS PHASE Data Research
  • List your research methods (who/what)
  • Informal discussion with SI Leader
  • Benchmarking/Best Practices
  • Internet/Library

22
ANALYSIS PHASE Current Situation
  • Describe whats currently happening
  • Inputs
  • SI Leaders, Budget, SI Director
  • Activities
  • Inconsistent approach agenda planning
  • Self-assessment from memory
  • Outputs
  • SI Sessions, Observations, Term-End Assessment
  • Feedback
  • Limited work hours
  • Lack of self-assessment

23
ANALYSIS PHASE Optimal Situation
  • What is the best possible scenario?
  • Inputs
  • SI Leaders, New Budget, SI Director, Introduction
    to Portfolios
  • Activities
  • Demoformal agenda planning
  • SI Leader utilizes Portfolio
  • Outputs
  • SI Sessions, Observations, Portfolio Reviews,
    Term-End Assessment
  • Feedback
  • Organization leads to time savings
  • Term-end assessment is truly SELF-assessment

24
ANALYSIS PHASE Opportunity Statement
  • Describe the performance and/or method gap(s)
    in terms of an opportunity
  • Increase budget
  • Introduce consistent agenda planning
  • Mandate responsibility
  • Present benefits (time-saver, new skills, etc.)
  • Add Portfolio Review
  • Self-assessment at end of term

25
ANALYSIS PHASE Performance Goal
  • What do you expect to gain with this
    instruction? List as changes.
  • Proof positive documentation
  • Burden is now on SI Leaders
  • True self-assessment
  • Improved coaching/mentoring
  • During regularly scheduled reviews
  • Development of new skills
  • Time-savings
  • Training
  • Fun Bank

26
ANALYSIS PHASE Performance Measures
  • How will the SI Leaders demonstrate their new
    knowledge?
  • Short termDemo during instruction
  • Long term
  • Observations
  • Regularly scheduled reviews
  • Self-assessment
  •  

27
DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT…
  • From here, begin the process of designing your
    instruction
  • Step by step plan of action
  • Demonstration of new knowledge
  • Time
  • Dont forget to practice!

28
  • THANK YOU!
  • Questions or Comments?

29
Resources
  • Gupta, Kavita. (1999). A practical guide to needs
    assessment. San Francisco, CA Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffe
    r.
  • Gustafson, K. Branch, R. (1997). Survey of
    instructional development models (3rd ed.).
    Syracuse, NY Information Resources Publications.
  • Pass, Susan. (2006, April). Charting the effects
    of improving instruction college students
    learning to write lesson plans. Performance
    Improvement, 45 (4), 30-37.
  • Reiser, R. Dempsey, J. (2002). Trends and
    issues in instructional design and technology.
    Upper Saddle River, NJ Pearson Education, Inc.
  • Rothman, W. Kazanas, H. (1998). Mastering the
    instructional design process a systematic
    approach (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA
    Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer.
  • Van Tiem, D., Moseley, J. and Dessinger J.
    (2000). Fundamentals of performance Technology a
    guide to improving people, process, and
    performance. Washington, DC International
    Society for Performance Improvement.
  • Van Tiem, D., Moseley, J. and Dessinger J.
    (2000). Performance improvement interventions
    enhancing people, processes, and organizations
    through performance technology. Washington, DC
    International Society for Performance Improvement.
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