Talk:Instructional design/Affective behaviors/Oh No! Not Another Lecture
I have added an advanced organizer and the learning objectives. I still need to figure out how to edit the blog so that headings are in English. I have never had this trouble with blogger.com before. They must have set up some kind of default settings for different regions where people log on from.
I am still not sure what to do about the reference to the article from the green book. It really is an important article but I don't know if it (or a similar paper) is available online. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Jonesbre 11:57, 12 April 2007 (UTC)
Hi Team, I wanted to include some notes regarding design decisions. This lesson is definitely a work in progress. Please jump in and add any suggestions for improvement.
First, I was working with the following objective.
"After observing an example that teaches an affective behavior, evaluate how well the instructional strategies and methods used meet the apparent objectives."
I was originally thinking of preparing a lesson based on personal stories/anecdotes. I was looking for an entry point and remembered the IST colloquia page. The Bonk lecture jumped out at me because of the discussion that came up regarding the value of the lecture as a mirco strategy. I decided then to change course and see if I could prepare a lesson that might bring about affective change in our classmates.
I didn't want to jump right in with the video, so I prepared a short survey about attitudes/beliefs related to lecturing. My thinking was that this would get learners/users to think about their own opinions/feelings regarding lectures. Please post any additional statements here or in oncourse and I will add them to the quia survey.
I also came across the Martin and Reigeluth paper in the green book and thought it contained some important considerations regarding design for the affective domain. At the same time, I liked the table that Chrisie included in her lesson and wanted to experiment. I do not have my heart set on including this table in my lesson if anyone on the team would like to move it to their lesson.
As for the task and assessment, I wanted to target Level 3 (Valuing) behavior in our learners. I liked the idea of contributing to a blog that we discussed in our telephone conference. I was hoping learners would be able to pick out at least three lecture strategies they liked and discuss the merits. I also brought back the idea of having learners share their stories/anecdotes. I know Prof. Honebein was thinking about having learners set up their own individual blogs, but I thought it would be neat to have one blog with a collection of stories.
I hope this gives you a better understanding of my thought process with this lesson. Again, I welcome any comments/suggestions. Jonesbre 07:08, 3 April 2007 (UTC)
hi looks interesting[edit source]
I am a teacher and i was looking for things to do with psycho-social dynamics and the search led me to this. Very interesting stuff... i will explore a little... --Fidocancan 19:06, 28 November 2007 (UTC)