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Title: Research Methodologies for Instructional Technology


1
Research Methodologies for Instructional
Technology
  • A GILD presentation
  • M. E. Sanseverino
  • Jan 29, 2003

2
Goals
  • General Instructional/Educational Technology
    Learning and Assessment Model
  • Methods for Setting Learning Goals/Outcomes
  • Assessment Methodologies

3
Learning and Assessment ModelThe task-activity
cycle
Activity loop
Actual learning outcomes
Proposed learning outcomes
Activity
Task
Setting learning goals
Revised activity
Feedback
instructor peers self
AssessmentAdditional learning not assessed
From Integrating Technology in Learning and
Teaching. Maier Warren, 2000
Assessment Methods
4
Setting Learning Outcomes and Objectives
At the end of this module you will be able to
1). Understand why repetition structure are
important 2). State the components of repetition
structures 3). Demo/explain/use different
repetition structures. 4). Judge and evaluate the
appropriate structure for the problem/task. 5).
Use structures as part of debugging strategy
At the end of this module you will be able to
use repetition structures.
Learning Outcome
Learning Objectives
5
Setting Learning Goals
Learning Objective
Learning Activity
List repetition components
Matching exercise
Understand why repetition is needed.
write a program without repetition structure.
Use different repetition structures
Evaluate the structure to be used.
Give a problem. Select/justify choice.
6
Assessment Methodologies
  • Criterion-referenced Assessment
  • To prove you are competent to lead the bike tour,
    take your bike apart and put it correctly back
    together.
  • Norm-referenced Assessment
  • To prove you are the most competent one to lead
    the bike tour, take apart and put back together
    as many bikes as possible.

7
References
  • The Centre for Learning and Teaching, University
    College Dublinlthttp//www.ucd.ie/teaching/gt
  • Look especially to
  • Teaching and Learning Research Methodologies
  • Good Practices in Teaching and Learning
    Curriculum Design
  • Good Practices in Student Assessments
  • Integrating Technology in Learning and Teaching.
    Pat Maier, Adam Warren. London, UK. 2000
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