AECT STANDARD 4
Web Deployment of Powerpoint Design
Context & conditions:This redeployment of a design from a previous class was create in Dr. Senn's Design and Development Tools II class as a part of the M.Ed program at the University of South Carolina.
Scope: By redesigning my powerpoint lesson for a web-based model, I created access to my design for a different media type.
Role: I acted as both SME and Designer on this design. However, the design was also used for my theater company and deployed to a school district for which I direct.
Instructional Design:This design initially utilized the Morrison, Ross & Kemp model. Specifically, the felt need (Morrison et al. 2013) that access to the information should be disseminated to a larger group. By giving access to people outside those with access to PowerPoint, this redeployment provides access to more learners.
Related performance indicator(s):By reassessing this design and redeploying it, this artifact meets the Reflection on Practice indicator for AECT Standard 4. This artifact shows the ability to look at a previous design and develop it for different technologies.
Reflection:Returning to a project I had spent a lot of time on earlier in the semester and designing a new element for it was a joy. I could look at the project, assess where I went wrong, and improve it with the new deployment. I also learned how to convert my ideas for web deployment.
Integrated Multimedia Project
Context & conditions:This Integrated Multimedia Project was a design for Dr. Moore's Design and Development Tool I course and was submitted in October of 2020 as a part of the M.Ed program at the University of South Carolina.
Scope:This was a group project where my partner and I were responsible for equal parts but broken up based on skillset.
Role:This was a group project where my partner and I were responsible for equal parts but broken up based on skillset. I acted as a designer on this project, with my partner Dr. Kelly Goldberg. Dr. Goldberg served as SME
Instructional Design:This design was an early part of my learning process and dealt explicitly with the needs and information we decided to get across. For that reason, I feel that it followed the Morrison, Ross & Kemp Model. Specifically, we dealt with Project Management (Morrison et al., 2012), the understanding that resource allocation and scheduling were essential for the project to be finished.
Related performance indicator(s):This artifact was a complete collaboration; it delved into cultural diversity as well. Both of these indicators are mentioned in AECT Standard 4. In addition, collaborative practices, leadership, and ethics are all covered by this project.
Reflection:Working on this project was a pleasure. It was my first collaboration at the University of South Carolina and was a positive experience. Moreover, the subject matter was fascinating. With this experience, I know that I can find exciting new knowledge to help design around. That traditional unit isn't the only way to pass on knowledge.
Context & conditions:The ID Case Study for Dr. Grant's Advanced Instructional Design and Development artifact was created in February 2022 as a part of the M.Ed program at the University of South Carolina.
Scope:This artifact represents group work and a deeper understanding of analysis, which I have mentioned before, where I still feel weakest.
Role:I was one of four people who worked on this artifact, and it was made for the University of South Carolina's M.Ed program. My Co-Designers were Ashley Carmichael, Eric Favors, and Chris Hallum
Instructional Design:We used Morrison, Ross & Kemp elements to formulate our analysis to determine if the students were benefitting from the technology implemented. We use a confirmative evaluation to see if the implemented training would be practical for the students in the case study.
Related performance indicator(s)ACET Standard 4 indicator collaborative practice is evident in this artifact. Our approach to working together as a unit lined up with this standard. Working towards a common goal of assessing a program also aligns with assessing and evaluating indicators.
Reflection: Working on this Evaluation Plan is what I hope all future collaborations, especially in an asynchronous work environment, should be. We "meet" on teams several times to divvy up our workload. When then would work on our assigned sections separately. While reporting to each other what we had done in Teams, giving each other the time to evaluate each other, make suggestions and edits, then come back together to discuss our work. The evaluation process and the steps needed to assess learning outcomes that we weren't part of from the start gave me insight into the section of my education that I had no experience with before my studies in the master's program; evaluation and assessment.
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