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ADDIE stands for what?
Analysis
Design
Development
Implementation
Evaluation
A system approach to learning includes the learner, the instructor, the instructional materials, and the environment (True of False)
True
The performance objective of a project includes what?
The skills that are to be learned.
During the analysis phase, what needs to be done?
Determine needs of user.
Determine system inputs requried
Determine required actions or processes
Determine required outputs
Determine the context within which the learning will occur
Change in an event action due to conditioning represents what learning theory:
Behavioral
Constructivist
Scientific
Cognitivism
Behavioral
Instructional objectives must contain what three elements?
Performance
Condition
Criteria
Rapid prototyping serves what purpose?
Reduce development cycle time.
How can you apply what you have learned in Instructional Design to any project that you might work on?
Apply ADDIE phases to manage in a structured manner.
Analysis
Design
Developmetn
Implementation
Evaluation
What phase in ADDIE does the Build and Integrate phase of the Core Process equate to?
Development
What phase in the Core Process does the Implement phase in ADDIE equate to?
Launch and Beyond
What is a storyboard?
A panel or series of panels of rough sketches outlining the scene sequence and major changes of action or plot in a production to be shot on film or video or for a Website or a book.
In what phase of ADDIE do you create a storyboard?
Design
In what phase of ADDIE do you perform formative evaluation?
a. Analysis
b. Design
c. Development
c. Development
Name at least three types of testing for a quality assurance plan.
Smoke testing
Alpha testing (like formative)
User acceptance (summative)
Content check
Beta testing
Load testing
Functional testing
Unit testing
Regression testing
Security testing
In the Core Process the three major steps in the Define the Project phase are:
Discovery
Planning
Clarification
In the Core Process the four major steps in the Develop Site Structure phase are:
Content View
Site View
Page View
User View
In the Core Process the three major steps in the Design Visual Interface phase are:
Creating
Confirming
Handing Off
In the Core Process the three major steps in the Build and Integrate phase are:
Planning
Building and Integration
Testing
In the core process, how is the planning stage in the Define the Project and the planning stage in the Build and Integrate phases different?
Define the Project, planning includes gathering info, understand audience, analyze industry, develop requirements. In the Build and Integrate phase, planning includes assessing project status, establishing guidelines, and setting file structures.
What are the five main headings in a Communication Brief for a design project?
Project overview
Target audience
Perception Tone Guidelines
Communication Strategy
Single Minded Message
A system approach to learning
includes implementation and evaluation only (T or F)
False
Dick and Carey Ch 1
Seels and Glasgow Ch 1
(on your textbook CD)
The following is not an elements of a system approach to learning:
A. learner
B. instructor
C. instructional materials
D. learning environment
E. they are all part of the system approach
E - They are all part of the system approach
Dick and Carey Ch1
Seels and Glasgow Ch1
(on your textbook CD)
The first step in an instructional design project is to determine what learners will be able to do when they complete the instructional design project. (T or F)
True
Seels and Glasgow Ch 1
(CD in your textbook)
Seels and Glasgow Ch 1
(CD in your textbook)
The performance objectives include
A. The skills to be learned
B. Conditions under which the skills must be performed
C. None of the above
D. Both of the above
D. Both of the above
Seels and Glasgow Ch 3
(On CD in textbook)
The mnemonic "ABCD" helps a designer remember to include the following four elements in an objective:
A. audience, behavior, congruence, development
B. audience, behavior, condition, degree
C. alerts, behavior
condition, degree
D. audience, bullet-points, condition, degree
B.
Seels and Glasgow Ch 3
(on CD in your textbook)
Document review can be part of the Analysis phase of ADDIE (T or F)
True
Seels and Glasgow Ch 2
(on CD in textbook)
If a student formulates a new rule for information processing, he/she is employing the _______________learning theory.
Cognitive
Reiser and Dempsey Ch 4 p58-66
This theory of learning states that change in overt action is due to conditioning.
A. Cognitivist
B. Constructivist
C. Behaviorist
D. ADDIE
E. None of the above
C. Behaviorist
Reiser and Dempsey Ch 4 p 58-66
When individual learners actively impose organization and meaning on the surrounding environment and build knowledge in the process, they are employing what learning theory?
A. Cognitivist
B. Constructivist
C. Behaviorist
D. All of the above
E. None of the Above
B. Constructivist
Reiser and Dempsey Chp 4 p 58-66
The learner will have the competencies set as a standard for driving in the state of Arizona.
Does this represent criterion referenced testing?
Yes
Seels and Glasgow Ch. 4 p. 83-85
An instructional objective should specify what the _________ will do.
A. Instructor
B. Learning material
C. Student
D. None of the above
C. Student
Dick and Carey Ch 6
Seels and Glasgow Ch 3
The first phase of the Core Process includes:
A. Discovery and Planning
B. Testing, Discovery, and Planning
C. Discovery, Planning, and Clarification
D. Testing, Evaluation, and Planning
E. None of the above
C. Discovery, Planning, and Clarification
Goto and Cotler p. 40-86, 88-100
There are five levels of use in Web-based instruction. They are:
A. informational, supplemental, essential, communal, and immersive
B. informational, suggestive, extra, communal, and immersive
C. informational, necessary, relational, essent ial, and immersive
D. None of the above
A. informational, supplemental, essential, communal, and immersive
Reiser and Dempsey Ch 21
An instructional "delivery system" is a combination of media and support systems (T or F)
True
Seels/Glasgow Ch 5
Selection criteria used in selecting an instructional "delivery system" includes:
A. learner, task, grouping, and feasibility
B. designer, task, grouping, and feasibility
C. availability, task, learner, and feasibility
D. None of the above
A. learner, task, grouping, and feasibility
Seels/Glasgow Ch 5
The primary purpose of rapid prototyping is to
A. Please the user
B. Speed design cycle time
C. Speed implementation phase
D. Speed the analysis phase
E. None of the above
B. Speed design cycle time
Reiser and Dempsey Ch. 15
Implementation is the process of installing the project in a real-world context (T or F)
True
Seels/Glasgow Ch 12
The client and the development team should mutually decide in advance what defines the point of transition between a project-in-development and a project-in-maintenance (T or F)
True
Goto and Cotler Ch 7
Factors that drive your decision whether or not to contract an external maintenance team would include:
A. cost, expertise of in-house personnel, frequency of updates required
B. cost, expertise of designers, frequency of updates required
C. cost, expertise of in-house personnel, relationships with external vendors
D. None of the above
A. cost, expertise of in-house personnel, frequency of required updates
Goto and Cotler, Ch 7