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Part I: Identification of Learning Problem

Statement of Topic Dance students at Savannah Arts Academy possess a high knowledge of dance technique and performance abilities and represent themselves well in the dance classroom. However, in the dance industry, you need digital audition materials just to get an opportunity. Digital promotional packets are a vital element in getting scholarships, getting accepted into summer programs and or jobs. It is in building and publishing a web repository that they have little or no knowledge. They struggle just to create a paper resume. In this digital age, our students need to have an accessible, professional level web repository that includes a dance resume, one headshot, one full body shot, and a highlight reel. While they possess great technical knowledge of incorporating technology into their social lives, they are unaware of how to use these in an opportunistic way. Identification of a Learning Problem A good digital portfolio is the most important asset a dancer can possess. When auditioning, it is these materials that create the first impression that a perspective employer has of you. Often times it can determine whether you succeed or fail in your goal to gain employment. A bad digital portfolio creates a negative context for any dance audition. Dance students at Savannah Arts Academy currently only use technology in a social context. They very rarely use technology for productivity and possess a very limited knowledge of how to publish their digital credentials. The students will learn the steps in publishing a comprehensive digital portfolio that will contain the following One preformatted dance resume in PDF format that highlights their education, performance experience, and notable achievements using Microsoft Word or Pages. One head shot One full body One highlight reel embedded from You Tube

Identification of Target Audience My target audience is 9-12th grade dance students at Savannah Arts Academy, the school at which I am currently employed. The students are of varying demographics including, race, financial means, technological knowledge, and technological means in both hardware and software. Problem Description Dance students need to know how to utilize a Web Hosting service, in this case Weebly, in order to publish their materials successfully. It is important that the digital portfolio reflect the dancers professionalism and make a solid noteworthy first impression. A competent portfolio contains a well formatted resume that is easy to read and understand, full 8x10 photos that are black and white and in focus, and a video highlight reel that shows the dancer in several different performances highlighting their versatility. Instructional Goals Students will be able to set up a web repository with Weebly. Students will be able to create a Navigation Heirarchy in a web repository. Students will be able to embed a completed dance resume in PDF format into a web repository Students will be able to embed a head shot and full body photograph into a web repository. Students will be able to embed a You Tube video into a web repository. Students will be able to publish their completed web repository to the internet. Part II: Learner Analysis

Introduction The intended group of learners are sophomore dance majors at the Savannah Arts Academy, a fine arts magnet high school in Savannah, Georgia. The school itself is a magnet school for both arts and academics and the student body is comprised of the top three to four

percent of the Savannah Chatham County Public Schools District. The dance majors of the sophomore class are represented by twenty one students. Two are male and twenty one are female, racially four are African American, one is Hispanic, and eighteen are Caucasian. Most of the information concerning educational aspects was pulled from school records, while most of the other more contextual information was gathered from a combination of observing, speaking, and interviewing students.

Entry Skills and Prior Knowledge Prerequisite skill and knowledge Most are competent in computer operations. Most are competent in internet functionality. Most are competent in site navigation. All are competent in resume generation. All possess professionally generated headshots and full body dance photos. All possess completed highlight reels of their dance performances hosted on You Tube. Experience Although most learners feel that they are affluent in the area of technology as a means to communicate themselves, very few are competent in actual web hosting. They possess all of the components separately but have no means to organize them into one area such as a web repository.

Common Errors made by Novices Students generate online conversations, videos and pictures without thought of academic merit, credibility, and or accountability for a future employer. Students often keep their digital files in random places such as data cds or thumb drives. Potential Misconceptions Websites are very costly to setup and maintain. Websites are maintained by people with incredible technology skills.

Only famous dancers have professional grade credential websites.

Attitudes Toward Content & Academic Motivation The majority of the students recognize the importance of having professional grade digital credentials. 100% of the students admitted to having access to a computer throughout the day, 78% admitted to owning a computer of their own. Beyond that, 100 % admitted to being able to operate a Windows computer, while only 50 % admitted to being able to operate a Mac based computer. While students are familiar with video hosting via YouTube, only 10 % are familiar with a web repository process or web design Educational Ability Levels The GPA of these learners ranges from 84.07 up to 98.96. The group seems dispersed pretty evenly throughout the class rankings. But after more careful scrutiny, the majority of the students represent the median or center of the class rankings with the top three learners sitting at 3rd, 37th, and 40th with the bottom three learners sitting at 173rd , 181st , and 188th.

General Learning Preferences As a result of student provided feedback, the students generally have commented that they prefer peer selected small groups. In accordance with this style, they will be responsible for forming their own groups out of comfort, and necessity. Students can also be grouped on subsequent days in several combinations of tech savy and not, or highly motivated or not as the difficulty of managing digital content sets and its various tribulations sets in.

Attitude Towards Teachers and School The female students are very respectful of the teacher student dynamic and can tolerate the most mundane of tasks without much complaining. The two boys are more vocal on their personal feelings on the quality of assignments as well as how well they feel they are being evaluated. In short, one gentleman is enjoys provoking teachers, and the other has a difficult time accepting responsibility, especially for his own actions. The general attitude towards general education classes is very mixed, with the attitude towards the arts classes being unusually positive and eager.

Group Characteristics (including social characteristics and relevant cultural information) Based on the first two group assignments, the class has cordoned of itself in the following subcategories. Students tend to group themselves based upon race, familiarity, common interest, or locale. Part III: Task Analysis

The task analysis was completed using the procedural analysis personally by registering, authoring, and publishing a web repository of my own that is aligned with the module objectives. By completing the steps from scratch and notating each step I have captured many of the details that would have been assumed. As a person who is experienced in these matters, it is difficult to operate as a novice, much akin to the abilities of the learners who will complete the module. The majority of the students will experience procedural learning and as a result, I have included a procedural outline that details each step of the web repository creation process. To ensure accuracy, I physically completed each component while composing the outline in order to prevent any instructional assumptions. The outline is provided below Task Analysis Outline 1. Account creation 1.1. Go to www.weebly.com 1.2. Fill in Full Name 1.3 Fill in email address 1.4. Create personal password 2. Web Repository Setup 2.1. Themes 2.1.1. View various themes 2.1.2. Decide on a theme

2.1.3. Click Choose 2.2 Domain Selection 2.2.1. Select first bubble Use a subdomain of weebly.com 2.2.2. Type in your first and last name 2.2.3. If domain is acceptable click continue 2.2.3.1 If not acceptable slightly alter domain name until accepted 2.2.3.2 If domain is acceptable click continue 3. Create and Edit Home Page 3.1. Type in First and Last name in upper left hand corner 3.2. Add Contact Information 3.2.1. Drag the Title Icon to the top of the space below the photo 3.2.2. Type in Contact Information 3.2.3 Press enter twice 3.2.4. Type in Phone 3.2.5. Press enter once 3.2.6. Enter phone number 3.2.7. Press enter once 3.2.8. Type Email 3.2.9. Press enter once 3.2.10. Enter Email address 4. Add Dance Resume Page

4.1. Click on the Pages tab 4.2. Click on the Add page tab 4.3. Select Standard Page from the dropdown 4.4. Title the page Dance Resume by typing it in the blinking field 4.5. Select No Header for the Dance Resume Page 4.6. Select Save and Edit at the bottom of the page 5. Edit Dance Resume Page 5.1. Select the media icon in the center. It looks like two music notes. 5.2 Drag and Drop the Document Icon into the center of the page. 5.3. Add Preformatted Resume 5.3.1. Click on the center of the Blank Document text 5.3.2. Click on upload new file 5.3.3. Select your preformatted resume from its location on your computer 5.3.4. Wait for the document to load and convert 5.4 Save Dance Resume Page 5.4.1. Click the Pages tab at the top of the page 5.4.2. Click the Save and Edit tab at the bottom of the screen 6. Add Dance Photos Page 6.1. Click on the Pages tab 6.2. Click on the Add page tab 6.3. Select Standard Page from the dropdown

6.4. Title the page Dance Photos by typing it in the blinking field 6.5. Select No Header for the Dance Photos Page 6.6. Select Save and Edit at the bottom of the page 7. Edit Dance Photos Page 7.1. Select the basic icon in the center. It looks like a capital T 7.2 Drag and Drop the Gallery Icon into the center of the page. 7.3. Add Headshot 7.3.1. Click on the center of the Blank Gallery Section 7.3.2. Click on upload new gallery file from your computer tab 7.3.3. Select your headshot from its location on your computer 7.3.4. Wait for the image to load and convert 7.4 Add Full Body Dance Shot 7.4.1. Click to the right of the headshot in the Blank Gallery Section 7.4.2 Select 2 columns from the pop up menu 7.4.3. Click on upload new gallery file from your computer tab 7.4.4. Select your full body dance shot from its location on your computer 7.4.5. Wait for the image to load and convert 7.5. Photo Formatting 7.5.1. Click on either photo until the pop up menu appears 7.5.2. Select the advanced tab 7.5.3. Select the cropping tab

7.5.4. Select square from the drop down menu 7.6 Save Dance Photos Page 7.6.1. Click the Pages tab at the top of the page 7.6.2. Click the Save and Edit tab at the bottom of the screen 8. Add Dance Highlight Reel Page 8.1. Click on the Pages tab 8.2. Click on the Add page tab 8.3. Select Standard Page from the dropdown 8.4. Title the page Dance Highlight Reel by typing it in the blinking field 8.5. Select No Header for the Dance Highlight Reel Page 8.6. Select Save and Edit at the bottom of the page 9. Edit Dance Highlight Reel Page 9.1. Select the media icon in the center. It looks like two music notes. 9.2 Drag and Drop the You Tube Icon into the center of the page. 9.3. Add You Tube Video 9.3.1. Click on the center of the You Tube Video Section 9.3.2. Type in the URL of your You Tube Video 9.3.3. Wait for link to process 9.4 Save Dance Highlight Reel Page 9.4.1. Click the Pages tab at the top of the page 9.4.2. Click the Save and Edit tab at the bottom of the screen

10. Publish Website 10.1. Click the orange publish tab at the top right corner of the page 10.2. Select use a subdomain of Weebly option from the popup menu 10.3 Make sure your page title is correct 10.4 Select continue in the lower right corner of the popup menu 10.5 Categorize your website 10.5.1 Select Portfolio as the category of your website from the popup menu 10.6 Publication Verification 10.6.1 Enter the coded words in the blanks in the center of the screen 10.6.2 Click the publish site button 10.7 View completed website 10.7.1 Click the link to your completed website in blue at the top of the pop up menu 10.8 Revision 10.8.1. Make any revisions as needed. Subject Matter Expert The resume and credential packets are a must in the digital age of dance. I was able to speak with John Shearin, the chair of the Theater and Dance Department at East Carolina University. As the acting dean for the past twenty six years with an illustrious career on stage and in film, I would consider him an expert in the field of viewing and deciphering arts based resumes and highlight reels. In our conversations he indicated that he has viewed an innumerable amount of arts based performers press packets and has seen good and bad. Throughout our talk, he stated that resumes must be compartmentalized into education, performance, and awards/notable achievements. It is

through this format that one can detect any deficiencies in a performers training. He went on to say that having a well-rounded press packet was a clear sign to any director/producer that he/she was dealing with a passionate artist. He had a profound effect on the formatting of the resume, the stylization of the photos, as well as overall duration of the highlight reel. In detail, the resume must only be one page in length, the photos must look professional, and the video must clearly demonstrate the performers abilities, versatility, and technical prowess in less than five minutes. According to the Subject Matter Expert, the five minute mark is the point at which anyone with a trained eye for talent will lose interest. Part IV: Instructional Objectives Terminal Objective 1: To originate an account and setup a site with the free web hosting site Weebly Enabling Objectives: 1A. To identify the freeware options of a personalized professional web repository 1B. To complete the registration process for web repository origination with 100% accuracy 1C. To establish a specified, personal, name based domain.

Terminal Objective 2: To create a Website architecture that includes four specified pages that are easily navigable Enabling Objectives: 2A. To identify three characteristics that are common to professional level web repositories 2B. To create a and save a home page with identifying characteristics that include name, phone number and email address 2C. To create and save a dance resume page that does not contain a header. 2D. To create and save a dance photos page that does not contain a header.

2E. To create and save a dance high light reel page that does not contain a header.

Terminal Objective 3: To fill each page with the required documentation with 100% accuracy Enabling Objectives: 3A. Students will identify four common issues that reinforce the importance of embedding information into a web repository 3B. To embed the completed resume in PDF format into the dance resume page with 100% accuracy. 3C. To embed the completed head shot and full body dance photo in jpeg format into the dance photo page with 100% accuracy. 3D. To embed the completed YouTube Video into the dance highlight reel page with 100% accuracy.

Terminal Objective 4: To publish a completed web repository to the internet with 100% accuarcy Enabling Objectives: 4A. Students will identify two positive examples of dancer portfolios 4B. To review and revise web repository to 100% accuracy in grammar and spelling 4C. To identify and complete necessary steps for final web repository publication with 100% accuracy

Classification of Instructional Objectives Performance

Content Fact Concept Principle Procedure 1B, 4C

Recall

Application

1A 2A, 3A, 4A

1, 1C, 2, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 3, 3B, 3C, 3D,3E, 4, 4B

Interpersonal Attitude

Relationship between Instructional Objectives and Standards: Instructional Objectives 1 1A 1B 2 2A 2B 2C 2D 3 3A 3B 3C 3D 4 4A 4B DHS4CO.3 Integrates the use of technology and new media DHS4RE.1 Demonstrates critical and creative thinking in all aspects of dance h. Engages in self-reflection as creator and performer i. Engages in self-assessment as creator and performer Georgia Performance Standards DHS4CO.3 Integrates the use of technology and new media DHS4RE.1 Demonstrates critical and creative thinking in all aspects of dance DHS4CO.3 Integrates the use of technology and new media DHS4RE.1 Demonstrates critical and creative thinking in all aspects of dance h. Engages in self-reflection as creator and performer i. Engages in self-assessment as creator and performer DHS4CO.3 Integrates the use of technology and new media

Part V: Development of Assessments


Instructional Strategies Lesson 1: WeeblyWhat, Why, How Students will be able to set up a web repository with Weebly. Objective 1: To originate an account and setup a site with the free web hosting site Weebly Enabling Objectives: 1A. To identify the freeware options of a personalized professional web repository 1B. To complete the registration process for web repository origination with 100% accuracy 1C. To establish a specified, personal namebased domain. Learners will use multiple media for communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance Learners will take quiz concerning free web hosting and account origination Goals Objectives UDL Assessments

E Lesson 2: Web Hierarchy- Navigating Web Design

Students will be able to create a Navigation Heirarchy in a web repository.

Objective 2: To create a Website architecture that includes four specified pages that are easily navigable Enabling Objectives: 2A. To identify three characteristics that are common to professional

Learners will be supplied with background knowledge, highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships.

Learners will produce their website hierarchy in both text and actual formats

level web repositories 2B. To create a and save a home page with identifying characteristics that include name, phone number and email address 2C. To create and save a dance resume page that does not contain a header. 2D. To create and save a dance photos page that does not contain a header. 2E. To create and save a dance high light reel page that does not contain a header.

Lesson 3: Embedding The Professionals Secret:

Students will be able to embed a completed dance resume in PDF format into a web repository

Terminal Objective 3: To fill each page with the required documentation with 100% accuracy Enabling Objectives:

Learners will use multiple media for communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance

Learners will take a quiz concerning file embedding into a web repository

Students will be able to embed a head shot and full body photograph into a web repository.

3A. Students will identify four common issues that reinforce the importance of embedding information into a web repository 3B. To embed the

Students will be able to embed a You Tube video into a web repository

completed resume in PDF format into the dance resume page with 100%

accuracy. 3C. To embed the completed head shot and full body dance photo in jpeg format into the dance photo page with 100% accuracy. 3D. To embed the completed YouTube Video into the dance highlight reel page with 100% accuracy.

Lesson 4: Website Publishing- Share the Wealth

Students will be able to publish their completed web repository to the internet

Terminal Objective 4: To publish a completed web repository to the internet with 100% accuarcy Enabling Objectives: 4A. Students will identify two positive examples of dancer portfolios 4B. To review and revise web repository to 100% accuracy in grammar and spelling 4C. To identify and complete necessary steps for final web repository publication with 100% accuracy

Learners will use multiple media for communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance

Learners will generate a completed and published web repository and provide a link to evidence their work

Assessment Examples Objective 1 Assessment Web Hosting Quiz Define the following terms: Web Page: Web Site: Web Hosting: Identify the following as WP= Web Page WS= Web Site FW=Free Web Hosting Service PW= Pay Web Hosting Service

1. _____ www.youtube.com 2. _____ Go Daddy 3. _____ Weebly 4. _____http://derenneraley.weebly.com/dance-highlight-reel.html 5. _____ www.jayjernigan.net 6. _____ Google Sites 7. _____ Ipage 8. _____ www.hostgator.com 9. _____ Host Gator

10. _____ WIX 11. _____ www.FreehostingEU.com 12. _____http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wRRZHN9Z0_0 Short Answer 13. Name three free website builder services? 14. What type of information is required to create an account with a web hosting service? 15. What is your original domain name? 16. What is your final domain name? If it is different than the original, why did it change?

Web Hosting Quiz Answer Key Define the following terms: Web Page: A single web document that can be found on the internet and may or may not include links to other web documents. Web Site: A set of related web pages that are served from a single web domain. Web Hosting Service: an internet service that allows organizations or individuals to make their website available on the world wide web Identify the following as WP= Web Page WS= Web Site FW=Free Web Hosting Service PW= Pay Web Hosting Service

1. __WS___ www.youtube.com 2. __PW__ Go Daddy

3. __FW_ Weebly 4. _WP__http://derenneraley.weebly.com/dance-highlight-reel.html 5. _WS__ www.jayjernigan.net 6. _FW__ Google Sites 7. _FW__ Ipage 8. _WP__ www.hostgator.com 9. _PW__ Host Gator 10. _FW__ WIX 11. _FW__ www.FreehostingEU.com 12. _WP__http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wRRZHN9Z0_0 Short Answer 13. Name three free website builder services? Wix.com, Weebly, Award Space.net, Biz.ly, Yola.com 14. What type of information is required to create an account with a web hosting service? Name Domain Name Email Password 15. What is your original domain name? http://jayjernigan.weebly.com 16. What is your final domain name? If it is different than the original, why did it change?

http://________________.weebly.com

Objective 2 Assessment Completed Web Hierarchy Submission Text Based Hierarchy Sample

Home Page URL: Homeh http://jayjernigan.weebly. com

Dance Resume Page URL: jayjernigan.weebly.com/d ance-resume.html

Dance Photos Page URL: jayjernigan.weebly.com/d ance-photo.html

Dance Resume Page URL: jayjernigan.weebly.com/h ighlight-reel.html

Actual Screenshot

Rubric for Hierarchy Assignment 1 Digital Hierarchy Text The text version of the hierarchy includes less than four separate web pages. No title or url Workflow Indicator No links from page to page are indicated. Some links from page to page are clearly indicated in a one direction. All links from page to page are clearly indicated in each and every possible direction. Digital Screen Shots No screenshots for all four pages are included and correct. Some screenshots for all four pages are included and correct. All screenshots for all four pages are included and correct. 2 3

The text version of the The text version of the hierarchy includes four separate web pages. But not their title and/or the url hierarchy includes four separate web pages. Their title and the url

Objective 3 Assessment File Embedding Quiz Multiple Choice Please indicate the correct icon for each situation: 1. The correct icon to embed a resume is

A.

B.

C. 2. The correct icon to embed your dance photos is

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B.

C. 3. The correct icon to embed You Tube Video is

A.

B.

C. Short Answer 4. List three types of Image files that can be embedded. _______________________________________________________ 5. What is one of the few types of text documents is compatible to embed in weebly? _______________________________________________________ 6. List the steps necessary to embed two dance photos into the Dance Photos Page of your web repository below.

7. List the steps necessary to embed your You Tube video into the Highlight Reel Page of your web repository below.

Essay

8. What is the value for having all of your credentials/portfolio in one universally accessible location?

File Embedding Quiz Answer Key Multiple Choice Please indicate the correct icon for each situation: 1. The correct icon to embed a resume is

A.

B.

C. 2. The correct icon to embed your dance photos is

A.

B.

C. 3. The correct icon to embed You Tube Video is

A.

B.

C. Short Answer 4. List three types of Image files that can be embedded. _____JPEG, PNG, BMP__________________________________________________ 5. What is one of the few types of text documents is compatible to embed in weebly? ____________PDF___________________________________________ 6. List the steps necessary to embed two dance photos into the Dance Photos Page of your web repository below. Select the basic icon in the center. It looks like a capital T Drag and Drop the Gallery Icon into the center of the page. Click on the center of the Blank Gallery Section

Click on upload new gallery file from your computer tab Select your headshot from its location on your computer Wait for the image to load and convert Click to the right of the headshot in the Blank Gallery Section Select 2 columns from the popup menu Click on upload new gallery file from your computer tab Select your full body dance shot from its location on your computer Wait for the image to load and convert 7. List the steps necessary to embed your You Tube video into the Highlight Reel Page of your web repository below. Select the media icon in the center. It looks like two music notes. Drag and Drop the You Tube Icon into the center of the page. Add You Tube Video Click on the center of the You Tube Video Section Type in the URL of your You Tube Video . Wait for link to process Essay 8. What is the value for having all of your credentials/portfolio in one universally location? Question response should address the concepts in the following: 24 hour accessibility Multiplatform accessibility

Multiple device accessibility Professional grade portfolio

Objective 4 Assessment Completed Web Repository Submission A Sample Web Repository created for this assessment can be located at the following url: http://jayjernigan.weebly.com/ Rubric Web Page Home Page 1 Page contains name, fully functional navigation bar and no contact information 2 Page contains name, fully functional navigation bar, phone and some contact information. Dance Resume Page Page contains link to dance resume that is unformatted and reviewed. Dance Photos Page Page contains less than two photos. Page contains dance resume with some spelling errors or grammatical mistakes. Page contains two photos. One head shot and one full body shot positioned side by side Page contains embedded dance resume that is free of any spelling errors or grammatical mistakes. Page contains two embedded photos. One head shot and one full body shot positioned side by side and are cropped in the square fashion. Highlight Reel Page Page contains a non working video. Page contains one embedded You Tube Highlight Reel that is Page contains one embedded You Tube Highlight Reel that is 3 Page contains name, fully functional navigation bar, phone and email address with no spelling errors.

centered in the page.

centered in the page and is in the large format.

Part VI: Content Sequencing and Instructional Strategies Sequence 1 Description Students will originate and specify their own web repository through Weebly.com 2 Students will discuss and digitally originate the architecture for their web repository 3 Students will upload required documentation to the corresponding page in their web repository 4 Students will review and revise web repository, then make their credentials publically available via the internet 4 3 2 1 Objective

This sequence builds on various concepts in a task expertise order. The learner will proceed through each lesson of instruction by initiating with analysis, then progressing to synthesis. This is superimposed into a separate hierarchy of internet design. Learners will begin with large scale assignments such as architecture, then repeat skill sets with minor variance to complete the median to specific portions of the assignments. Final steps will include review and revision via learner reflection on self achievements. Lesson 1: Weebly-What, Why, How Objective 1: To originate an account and setup a site with the free web hosting site Weebly Enabling Objectives: 1A. To identify the freeware options of a personalized professional web repository

1B. To complete the registration process for web repository origination with 100% accuracy 1C. To establish a specified, personal, name based domain. Initial Presentation: Students will participate in the discussion of options of free web hosting and compare and contrast the features of several providers including Weebly. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Generative Strategy: Students will submit their intended email, password, and domain name in word document. Students will then complete the steps digitally and make any revisions needed to their proposed information. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Differentiation: Students will have multiple means of expression. They may chose to use an alternative site if they are more familiar with another platform.

Lesson 2: Web Hierarchy- Navigating Web Design Objective 2: To create a Website architecture that includes four specified pages that are easily navigable Enabling Objectives: 2A. To identify three characteristics that are common to professional level web repositories 2B. To create a and save a home page with identifying characteristics that include name, phone number and email address 2C. To create and save a dance resume page that does not contain a header. 2D. To create and save a dance photos page that does not contain a header. 2E. To create and save a dance high light reel page that does not contain a header. Initial Presentation: Students will participate in a discussion of characteristics that are appealing to web page navigation, and ease of flow. They will include the url of their favorite site and discuss its attributes. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013)

Generative Strategy: Students will create a flow chart of their web hierarchy in a word document, then reproduce the product digitally in Weeblys free platform and provide screenshots of their repository. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Differentiation: Students will have multiple means of expression, they will submit their assignments in both written and multiple digital formats.

Lesson 3: Embedding: The Professionals Secret Terminal Objective 3: To fill each page with the required documentation with 100% accuracy Enabling Objectives: 3A. Students will identify four common issues that reinforce the importance of embedding information into a web repository 3B. To embed the completed resume in PDF format into the dance resume page with 100% accuracy. 3C. To embed the completed head shot and full body dance photo in jpeg format into the dance photo page with 100% accuracy. 3D. To embed the completed YouTube Video into the dance highlight reel page with 100% accuracy. Initial Presentation: Students will participate in the discussion of negative detractors when viewing web pages that relate to the fine arts, specifically dance. They will provide negative examples and provide written feedback on how these examples could be improved. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Generative Strategy: Students will email their files including resume, two photos, and the YouTube url of their dance highlight reel. Students will then upload their files to the corresponding page of the repository. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013)

Differentiation: Students with technical limitations will be given extended time if needed per request.

Lesson 4: Website Publishing- Share the Wealth Terminal Objective 4: To publish a completed web repository to the internet with 100% accuarcy Enabling Objectives: 4A. Students will identify two positive examples of dancer portfolios 4B. To review and revise web repository to 100% accuracy in grammar and spelling 4C. To identify and complete necessary steps for final web repository publication with 100% accuracy Initial Presentation: Students will reflect on the process of repository creation and state future enhancements that they may incorporate in a future attempt. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Generative Strategy: Students will be provided partners in order to review each others final product and provide each other with feedback. Students will submit the URL of their completed, published repository. (Morrison, Steven, Kemp & Kolman, 2013) Differentiation: Students will be given opportunity to practice with support by working and reviewing in pairs before submitting their final project. Reference List: Morrison, G., Steven, R., Kemp, J., & Kolman, H. (2013).Designing effective instruction. (7th ed.). John Wiley& Sons. KA Part VII: Design of Instruction

Instructional Strategies Lesson 1: WeeblyWhat, Why, How

Goals

Objectives

UDL

Assessments

Students will be able to set up a web repository with Weebly.

Objective 1: To originate an account and setup a site with the free web hosting site Weebly Enabling Objectives: 1A. To identify the freeware options of a personalized professional web repository 1B. To complete the registration process for web repository origination with 100% accuracy 1C. To establish a specified, persoanl namebased domain.

Learners will use multiple media for communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance

Lesson 2: Web Hierarchy- Navigating Web Design

Students will be able to create a Navigation Heirarchy in a web repository.

Objective 2: To create a Website architecture that includes four specified pages that are easily navigable Enabling Objectives: 2A. To identify three characteristics that are common to professional level web repositories 2B. To create a and save a home page with identifying characteristics that include name, phone number and email address 2C. To create and save a dance resume page that does not contain a header.

Learners will be supplied with background knowledge, highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships.

2D. To create and save a dance photos page that does not contain a header. 2E. To create and save a dance high light reel page that does not contain a header.

Lesson 3: Embedding The Professionals Secret:

Students will be able to embed a completed dance resume in PDF format into a web repository

Terminal Objective 3: To fill each page with the required documentation with 100% accuracy Enabling Objectives:

Learners will use multiple media for communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance

Students will be able to embed a head shot and full body photograph into a web repository.

3A. Students will identify four common issues that reinforce the importance of embedding information into a web repository

Students will be able to embed a You Tube video into a web repository

3B. To embed the completed resume in PDF format into the dance resume page with 100% accuracy. 3C. To embed the completed head shot and full body dance photo in jpeg format into the dance photo page with 100% accuracy. 3D. To embed the completed YouTube Video into the dance highlight reel page with 100% accuracy.

Lesson 4: Website Publishing- Share the

Students will be able to publish their completed

Terminal Objective 4: To publish a completed

Learners will use multiple media for

Wealth

web repository to the internet

web repository to the internet with 100% accuarcy Enabling Objectives: 4A. Students will identify two positive examples of dancer portfolios 4B. To review and revise web repository to 100% accuracy in grammar and spelling 4C. To identify and complete necessary steps for final web repository publication with 100% accuracy

communication, multiple tools for construction and composition and build fluencies with graduated levels of support for practice and performance

Part VIII: Summative Assessment Learner evaluation will be collected through a survey delivered at the conclusion of the online course. The instrument will be an opinion survey and offer a chance for learners to give general feedback on the validity of the materials, ease of use etc. but will also have a comment section in order to allow for more specified feedback. SME Review will be completed by John Shearin, Chair of the Theatre and Dance Department, East Carolina University. The materials will be submitted to him digitally via email, and a preliminary review will direct material and content revisions as needed. Once uploaded, a second review will be completed by giving the SME full online access to the completed modules. Based o the SMEs final review, revisions of the online materials will occur if needed and the module is ready for learner use. Summative Evaluation Form Demographics Please select one of the following

Class Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior Sex Female Male Technical Experience Before this course: 1. I have had a lot of experience with Web Hosting I have had some experience with Web Hosting I have had little experience with Web Hosting I have had no of experience with Web Hosting

2. I have had a lot of experience with Digital Portfolio Generation I have had some experience with Digital Portfolio Generation I have had little experience with Digital Portfolio Generation I have had no experience with Digital Portfolio Generation

3. I have had a lot of experience with Web Design I have had some experience with Web Design I have had little experience with Web Design I have had no experience with Web Design

At completion of this course: 4. I feel confident with my abilities in Web Hosting I am comfortable with my abilities in Web Hosting I am still unsure with my abilities in Web Hosting I do not know how to utilize Web Hosting

5. I feel confident with my abilities in Digital Portfolio Generation I am comfortable with my abilities in Digital Portfolio Generation I am still unsure with my abilities in Digital Portfolio Generation I do not know how to operate Digital Portfolio Generation

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I feel confident with my abilities using Web Design I am comfortable with my abilities using Web Design I am still unsure with my abilities using Web Design I do not know how to use Web Design Course Materials 7. I felt this module was Easy Slightly challenging Challenging Difficult 8. I felt that the course materials Helped a lot Helped somewhat Helped little Did not help 9. I felt that the Discussions, and providing feedback on others examples Completely helped me understand the subject Helped me understand the subject Somewhat helped me understand the subject Did not help me understand the subject 10. I felt that the course work leading up to major assignments Completely helped me understand the subject

Helped me understand the subject Somewhat helped me understand the subject Did not help me understand the subject

11. I felt that the major assignments Were very relevant to subject comprehension Where somewhat relevant to subject comprehension Where not relevant to subject comprehension 10. Upon completing the course work I felt Completely prepared to complete my final product Prepared to complete my final project Somewhat prepared to complete my final project Not at all prepared to complete my final project 11. I felt that the rubrics and samples provided for grading Were realistic in their expectations Were not realistic in their expectations Were above my capabilities Ease of Use 12. I felt that the included course materials where Easy to find and navigate Somewhat difficult to find and navigate Very difficult to find and navigate

13. I felt that the progression through the module Aided in my understanding of subject matter Somewhat aided in my understanding of subject matter Did not aid in my understanding Was confusing 14. Over all my opinion of the module 15. Would you recommend this course to a peer? Yes Maybe No Preparedness 16. If I was requested to set up a new personalized Web Repository I could perform the task with ease I could perform the task with some review I would struggle to perform the task I could not perform the task Comments 17. One thing I liked about this course was

18. One thing I disliked about this course was

19. Any other feedback or comments are welcome below

Students surveys will be submitted to the instructor digitally and reviewed upon receipt. Results will be compounded and analyzed by question. Final results will be included in a document that lists percentages of responses on a per question basis, and open ended comments will be collected and listed consecutively on a separate page and or pages of the results document.