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Ed Tech Interconnect

What's Your Interconnectedness (Our Scavenger Hunt)

Take some time to explore the links in Interconnect. Once you understand Instructional Design and Educational Technology you should be able to answer these questions.
  1. The ADDIE Model is an acronym for what steps?
    Audience, Data, Delivery, Instruction, Execution
    Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate
    Analysis, Develop, Delivery, Information, Examine
    Assessment, Developed, Design, Implement, Examine
  2. Which is NOT an instructional design system?
    Dick & Carey
    ARCS Motivation
    The ASSURE Model
    The Wassmer & Crook Model
    Rapid Prototyping
  3. What is NOT a question you may ask in a needs assessment?
    What do we know about the needs of the target audience?
    How do we establish and maintain trust?
    Do our materials appeal to multicultural audiences?
    What is the cheapest way to produce training?
  4. Which of these is NOT one of Robert Gagne's instructional events for learning?
    Gaining attention (reception)
    Informing learners of the objective (expectancy)
    Stimulating recall of prior learning (retrieval)
    Presenting the stimulus (selective perception)
    Providing learning guidance (semantic encoding)
    Eliciting performance (responding)
    Tracking student progress (learning management)
    Providing feedback (reinforcement)
    Assessing performance (retrieval)
    Enhancing retention and transfer (generalization).
  5. Using the ADDIE model to influence human behavior and accomplishment is called what?
    Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
    Human Performance Technology (HPT)
    Dale's Cone of Learning
    Performance Based Learning
  6. Which learning theory teaches that learning occurs in a social participation?
  7. Which professional organizations is NOT dedicated to educational technology?
  8. "______ are computer applications that, when used by learners to represent what they know, necessarily engage them in critical thinking about the content they are studying." (Jonassen, 1996)
    Web Inquiry Projects (WIPs)