Schoology for Educators using the ADDIE Model

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Schoology for Educators using the ADDIE Model by Mind Map: Schoology for Educators using the ADDIE Model

1. Analyze

1.1. Identify Target Audience

1.1.1. Educators

1.2. Instructional goals and objectives are established

1.2.1. Introduction to Schoology, why Schoology can transform the classroom, also a brief overview of what will be learned

1.3. Identify delivery method

1.3.1. Getting started resources such as, video tutorials, scholarly articles, and web links.

2. Design

2.1. Specifying learning objectives and course content

2.1.1. Designing how content will be accessed, presented and orgainzed.

2.2. Design how materials will be accessed

2.2.1. How will training content be accessed, which platforms educators can use to access materials. Creating a variety of activities to best help the learner.

2.3. Produce activities

2.3.1. Creating tutorials on setting up teacher accounts in Schoology, as well as creating courses, pages, and profiles .

3. Develop

3.1. Resolve issues and develop prototypes

3.1.1. This is where content can be revised if any problems arose in the analyze and design phase of the model as well as designing prototypes and mock layouts for review

3.2. Produce course materials

3.2.1. Creating tutorials and resources for learners to view.

4. Implement

4.1. Review resources

4.1.1. Make sure training materials and platforms are ready for launch

4.2. Launch course

4.2.1. Course is ready for learners.

4.3. Training procedure

4.3.1. This is where learners will began to review the course curriculum, learning outcomes, delivery methods, and evaluation procedures.

5. Evaluate

5.1. Gather feedback

5.1.1. Gather feedback from learners through formative and summative assessments.

5.2. Evaluate results

5.2.1. Was the training successful? Did learners enjoy the course? Where learning objectives met?

5.3. Revise course

5.3.1. Revisions will be discovered in the evaluation results collected from the assessment taken during the course of the training. Problems and issues can be revised for future implementation.