Role of the 21st century learner
Resource: Instructional Activity Template
Create a 30-minute instructional activity plan on the subject of your choice for adult learners. You must include the following in your plan:A learning objective for the activityAn agenda for the 30 minutesTechnology as an instructional componentA collaboration component including individual and collaborative inputAn assessment of the outcomes of the activityA description of how and why assessments are different for these toolsAn explanation of why and how this plan will engage the 21st century learner
450 words, two references
Instructional Activity Template
Desired outcome(s): At the end of this lesson, the learner will . . .
Technology component, such as Internet use, a brochure, newsletter, drawing tools, or any other component of your choice:
Agenda breakdown for the 30 minutes:
Describe how and why the assessments for technology-rich lessons are different from standard assessments.
Objective that leads to the outcome:
Assessment that aligns with the desired outcome:
Activity that will lead to an aligned assessment:
Description of collaborative component:
An explanation of why and how this plan will engage the 21st century learner:
………………Answer Preview……………Phycho-motor domainPerceptionThrough perception one is able to use the sensory cues to enhance the motor activity.SetBeing set is like being on toes so that on is quick to react or act upon something.Guided ResponseOne is able to perform well or to put what was taught in practice.Complex Overt ResponseOne is able to skillfully perform the motor acts that involve complex movement patterns.AdaptionOn is able to cope with the new surrounding or new experience.OriginationCreation of new movement patterns to suit a particular problem.Affective domainCharactering by value Organizing and conceptualizing ValuingWorthy in usefulness of information or knowledge.RespondingIt is the act of replying or acting in return.ReceivingIs the act of acquiring.Cognitive domainEvaluationTo the ability to examine and judge carefully.SynthesisReasoning from a broad subject to a particular.AnalysisAnalysis is extracting a set of information which is more useful from a broader information.ApplicationApplication is putting into practice the acquired knowledge.ComprehensionThe act of understanding the meaning.KnowledgeKnowledge is the state of knowing.
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