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C&I Doctoral Seminar I

by: Andreanne Keeling

C&I Doctoral Seminar I EDCI 59100

Andreanne Keeling
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Andreanne Keeling on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDCI 59100 at Purdue University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see /class/207978/edci-59100-purdue-university in Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
EDCI 5911 Mitchell p 1 Aug 1 2005 Instructional Interface Design Web Content Media Components This unit delivers instructional content covering the three basic control structures for designing programming logic Prerequisite Conceptual Contextual Frameworks and Required Skills Learners can identify and describe all six steps of the programming cycle in their own words Learners can identify and describe the basic programming tools algorithm owchart and pseudocode Learners can access the course web download information save data to a le system generate email use a search engine and follow hyperlinks Learners have access to an Internet Connection andor are able to access Lab resources to work in a timely fashion 00 O 0 Determination of Learner Preparation Discussions and formative evaluations two quizzes two practice sessions and student feedback opportunities from an introductory unit covering nine hours of class time supported by an online component and handouts will provide key data to assess each leamer s readiness for this unit Preinstructional Strategy Strategy Content Structure Prerequisite Skills Behavioral Learners have perform ed successfully Concise Bulleted List of Four Objectives 90 on introductory formative Objectrves Restatement of Objectives as a concise bulleted list of Pretest questions to apply to the unit material and Internet As above resources Little structure mostly classroom based 7 with Overvrew As above opportunrt for drscussron A brief two short paragraphs textbased comparison Experience in one of the comparative Organrzers between se 1 d d d b k d quencmg ogre an provr mg rrectrons areas a mg map rea mg etc Design of the Learner s Interactive Interface Media Choices and Strategies The underlying strategy for the choice and implementation of certain media types has been to create an effective interface between the instructional material and the learner Morris Ross Kemp 2004 My goal has been to utilize media types that best incorporate the instructional message both as content and as model In other words the interface will be constructed to convey the content in both substance and form To accomplish this two media types were chosen for Web Design Text and Pictures Keep in mind these choices are speci c to the Web component of the unit EDC15911 Aug 1 2005 Text Mitchell p 2 9 Static Text that does not move or change and cannot be manipulated by users Structure Typograghical Signals L ayout Black Font Color used against consist background Using location and background color Title and Navigational areas clearly defined as a common component of all pages White Space used to highlight changing content areas Highlight tables in right side column indicates Key Content and Links with headings consistently in White Font color to illustrate different content Lists Font style Serif Font size default paragraph Bullets for unordered lists Numbers for ordered lists Indent and Hanging Indent Subj ectTopic Page Title Heading level text style Two levels of Headings organizing Topics by Subject matter Typographic Variations Indents are used to organize topical information by heading Bold Font Style used to indicate Key Words and Definitional ontent 9 Link Navigational hyperlinks for internal and external navigation utilizing Default Font Style Pictu res 9 Static Images that do not move or change and cannot be manipulated by users Function Description Format Decoration 521133 SEEESSWIH be used for gif format to minimize file size These pictures will represent the key control structures of Sequence Selection if format will be used unless Representation and Looping In addition Flowcharting 39g vector graphlcs can be used graphlcs and some pseudocode screen shots will be used 9 Link Images will be used sparingly for navigational purposes and only when the anchor is also pointed to with text as well Images will be used in a Flash Quiz as drag and drop options as well as Hot Spot responses EDCI 5911 Mitchell p 3 Aug 1 2005 Informational Materials 9 Knowledge Map Declarative Knowledge Key content that will be delivered in both the online and classroom context includes the following I Structure Theorem De nition 7 historical background I Spaghetti Code De nition 7 classic examples I Control Structure 7 Sequence I Control Structure 7 Selection I Control Structure 7 Looping I Review Material 7 Programming Tools I Links to External Sources to provide alternative de nitions and examples 9 Knowledge Map Procedural Knowledge I Flowchart examples for demonstration of the implementation of each structure in class I Case problems for demonstration in class and discussion on Web 9 Knowledge Map Synthetic Analytic Knowledge I Case problem challenging students to convert an unstructured owchart to a structured owchart I Case problem challenging students to evaluate a owchart and determine whether it is structured I Case problem challenging students to create a solution using the appropriate control Structures Assessment One formal Review pretest quiz is given to help learners recall important prerequisite concepts 7 I ll receive a copy of their results and target areas for inclass focus Three interactive Quizzes will be provided to help learners verify the accuracy of their understanding and help to formulate questions for class Discussion board will provide the instructor me with feedback on the comfort level of students and the meaningfulness of Web content 0 O 0 Web Content Location httpliteracycalumetpurdueeduSTUDENTmitchells


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