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Assignment 3: Final  Project  ( Due – September 14, 2017)

Due Week 9 and worth 2 6 0 points

 

The final project includes submissions from your prior assignments. The previous submissions must be revised based on instructor feedback and recommendations. Review the paper for flow and continuity.  Note:  The cover, abstract and reference pages do not count toward the final page number. The total page count should be  fifteen to twenty ( 15-20 )  pages.

 

The assignment #3 must include 4 parts:

a) assignment # 1  b ) assignment #2  c) assignment #3 – newly written contents  4) abstract

 

Compile the previous assignments and: 1.  Create a quarter-page  (1/4)   inf ormative  abstract for your final project. 2.  Revise your project analysis (assignment #1). 3.  Revise your instru ctional and delivery strategies (assignment #2).

Write a  six to eight  ( 6-8 ) page paper in which you: (assignment #3) 4.  Create an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3)  learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1. Specify the measures that best fit each objective.  5.  Prepare a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 .  Design the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy. 6.  Determine the type of evaluation approach that is most appropriate for your project. Provide a rationale for your selection. 7.  Select a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Provide a rationale for your selection. 8.  Create three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and specify how they apply to your project. 9.  Examine the information gaps within the project. Determine the information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively. Provide a rationale for your response. 10.  Specify the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction. Identify final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food.

 

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: •  Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. •  Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. 

 

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: •  Analyze theories and models of instructional design in relation to learner and program needs. •  Assess instructional and training products. •  Write clearly and concisely about issues in instructional design and development using proper writing mechanics.

 

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.

 

 

Points:  2 6 0

Assignment 3:  Final Project

Criteria Unacceptable

Below 70% F Fair

70-79% C Proficient

80-89% B Exemplary

90-100% A

Compile the previous assignments and: 1.  Create a quarter-page  (1/4)  informative  abstract for your final project.

Weight:  5 %

Did not submit or incompletely c reate d  a quarter-page  (1/4)  informative abstract for your final project.

Partially  c reate d  a quarter-page  (1/4)  informative abstract for your final project.

Satisfactorily c reate d  a quarter-page  (1/4)  informative abstract for your final project.

Thoroughly  c reate d a quarter-page  (1/4)  informative abstract for your final project.

2.  Revise your project analysis.
Weight:  5 %

Did not submit or incompletely r evise d  your project analysis.

Partially  r evise d your project analysis.

Satisfactorily r evise d  your project analysis.

Thoroughly  r evise d your project analysis. 3.  Revise your instructional and delivery strategies.

Weight:  5 %

Did not submit or incompletely r evise d  your instructional and delivery strategies.

Partially  r evise d your instructional and delivery strategies.

Satisfactorily r evise d  your instructional and delivery strategies.

Thoroughly  r evise d your instructional and delivery strategies.

Write a  six to eight  ( 6-8 ) page paper in which you: 4.  Create an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3)  learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1. Specify the measures that best fit each objective.

Weight:  1 0 %

Did not submit or incompletely c reate d  an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3) learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1.  Did not submit or incompletely s pecif ied  the measures that best fit each objective.

Partially   c reate d  an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3) learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1.  Partially  s pecif ied the measures that best fit each objective.

Satisfactorily c reate d  an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3) learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1.  Satisfactorily s pecif ied  the measures that best fit each objective.

Thoroughly   c reate d an evaluation plan that clearly correlates to the  three (3)  learning objectives you developed in Assignment 1.  Thoroughly s pecif ied  the measures that best fit each objective. 5.  Prepare a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 .  Design the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Weight:  10 %

Did not submit or incompletely p repare d  a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 .  Did not submit or incompletely d esign ed  the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Partially   p repare d  a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 . P artially  d esign ed the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Satisfactorily p repare d  a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 .  Satisfactorily d esign ed  the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Thoroughly p repare d  a five (5) question test that correlates with the learning objectives from Assignment 1 .  Thoroughly d esign ed  the test so that each question is from a different level of Bloom’s Taxonomy. 6. Determine the type of evaluation approach that is most appropriate for your project. Provide a  rationale for your selection.

Weight:  10 %

Did not submit or incompletely  d etermine d  the type of evaluation approach that is  most appropriate for your project.  Did not submit or incompletely p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Partially d etermine d  the type of evaluation approach that is most appropriate for  your project.  Partially  p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Satisfactorily  d etermine d  the type of evaluation approach that is most appropriate for  your project.  Satisfactorily p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Thoroughly  d etermine d  the type of evaluation approach that is most appropriate for  your project.  Thoroughly p rovide d  a rationale for your selection. 7. Select a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Provide a rationale for your selection.

Weight:  5 %

Did not submit or incompletely  s elect ed  a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Did not submit or incompletely p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Partially  s elect ed  a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Partially  p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Satisfactorily s elect ed  a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Satisfactorily p rovide d  a rationale for your selection.

Thoroughly  s elect ed  a learning theory that applies to the instructional design of the project.  Thoroughly p rovide d  a rationale for your selection. 8.  Create three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and specify how they apply to your project.

Weight:  10 %

Did not submit or incompletely c reate d  three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and  did  not submit or incompletely specif ied  how they apply to your project.

Partially  c reate d three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and  partially  specif ied how they apply to your project.

Satisfactorily c reate d  three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and  satisfactorily  specif ied  how they apply to your project.

Thoroughly  c reate d three (3) learning theory principles, not previously mentioned, and  thoroughly  specif ied  how they apply to your project. 9. Examine the information gaps within the project. Determine the information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively. Provide a rationale for your response.

Weight:  10 %

Did not submit or incompletely  e xamine d  the information gaps within the project.  Did not submit or incompletely d etermine d  the information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively.  Did not submit or incompletely p rovide d  a rationale for your response.

Partially  e xamine d the information gaps within the project.  Partially information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively.  Partially p rovide d  a rationale for your response.

Satisfactorily  e xamine d  the information gaps within the project.  Satisfactorily information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively. Satisfactorily p rovide d  a rationale for your response.

Thoroughly  e xamine d  the information gaps within the project.  Thoroughly information that is necessary in order to complete the project more effectively. Thoroughly p rovide d  a rationale for your response. 10. Specify the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction. Identify final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food.

Weight:  10 %

Did not submit or incompletely  s pecif ied  the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction .   Did not submit or incompletely i dentif ied  final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food.

Partially  s pecif ied the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction .   Partially i dentif ied  final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food.

Satisfactorily  s pecif ied  the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction . Satisfactorily i dentif ied  final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food.

Thoroughly  s pecif ied  the next steps to complete the delivery of the instruction . Thoroughly i dentif ied  final preparations needed such as the location, resources, equipment, transportation and food. 11. Writing Mechanics, Grammar, and Formatting

Weight: 5%

Serious and persistent errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Partially free of errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Mostly free of errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Error free or almost error – free grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting. 12. Appropriate use of APA in-text citations and reference section

Weight: 5%

Lack of in-text citations and / or lack of reference section.

In-text citations and references are provided, but they are only partially formatted correctly in APA style.

Most in-text citations and references are provided, and they are generally formatted correctly in APA style.

In-text citations and references are error free or almost error free and consistently formatted correctly in APA style. 13. Information Literacy   / Integration of Sources

Weight: 5%

Serious errors in the integration of sources, such as intentional or accidental plagiarism, or failure to use in-text citations.

Sources are partially integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Sources are mostly integrated using effective techniques or quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Sources are consistently integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing. 14 .  Clarity and Coherence of Writing

Weight:  5 %

Information is confusing to the reader and fails to include reasons and evidence that logically support ideas .

Information is partially clear with minimal reasons and evidence that logically support ideas .

Information is mostly clear and generally supported with reasons and evidence that logically support ideas .

Information is provided in a clear, coherent, and consistent manner with reasons and evidence that logically support ideas .