Designing Curriculum, Instruction, And Assessment

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Modules 2 – 4: Learning Objectives and Outcomes Darren Wittko Walden University EDUC-6602O-3 Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment March 8, 2015 Section 1: Learning Objectives and Outcomes Students explore the idea that anyone can publish on the Internet, so not all sites are equally trustworthy. They need to carefully evaluate the sites they use for research, and then decide which ones they can trust. As a class, students will discuss how print materials are published. Then they compare and contrast this process with publishing on the Internet, learning that there are limited (if any) built-in checks for accuracy or quality on the Internet. Students must learn to use their own criteria to judge the trustworthiness and usefulness of digital media. Power Standards represent a collection of the most essential “big ideas” from the curriculums that were adopted by the state and local boards of education. They are the ultimate learning goals for students, the most vital elements of what we what students to know and to be able to do. As a Technology Specialist, my role is to coach teachers and assist them with technology integration. I will call upon the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards for students, Standard 3: Research and Information Fluency. This standards is critical for our grade six students to master as they will experience their first major research project as per the curriculum, but
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