“Coach teachers in and model design and implementation of technology-enhanced learning experiences using a variety of research-based, learner-centered instructional strategies and assessment tools to address the diverse needs and interests of all students.”
- I used the ASSURE instructional design framework to analyze an instructional learning experiences to meet the needs of learners. For this standard, there are two pieces of evidence.
- First, is an undergraduate course I co-taught and second, is a classroom management strategies workshop I co-designed.
- The ASSURE framework includes the following parts:
- Analyze Learners
- State Standards and Objectives
- Select Strategies, Technology, Media, and Materials
- Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials
- Require learner participation
- Evaluate and Revise
ASSURE Model – Undergraduate Course
- In 2014-2015 I co-taught a grant-funded undergraduate course, “Digital Wisdom for Work.” Shortly after completing the course, my colleague and I received a grant to teach the course again. Prior to teaching the course for the second time, I assessed the course. I used feedback from student course evaluations, cohort peers, and professors to apply an instructional design framework to analyze the structure and content in hopes of producing a better course in the future.
ASSURE Model – Classroom Management Strategies Workshop
- With my M.Ed. cohort, I co-designed a classroom management strategies workshop to help teachers (who are referred to as students in the workshop) gain the necessary skills to incorporate technology appropriately and wisely into the classroom teaching environment. We used the ASSURE framework to design our workshop and critically evaluate each component.
Undergraduate Course: ASSURE Model: Digital Citizenship, Identity, and Reputation
Classroom Management Workshop: Improving Technology Integration with Classroom Management Strategies