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ASSURE


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(Learning activities)
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(Problem-based learning)

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(Instructional Design)

(Objectivism)




(Epistemology)
(Constructivism)
(Knowledge
construction process) (How to
think)
(Situating cognitive experiences)


(Decontextualization of learning)

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ADDIE (Simple)
(Complex)


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Richey and Klein (2007)
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(Design process)

(Literature review)
(Theoretical framework)
(Contextual study) (Designing framework)

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2 (Contextual study)
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(2)

(3)

(4)

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3-1 (Theoretical framework)

4 (Designing framework)
(Theoretical framework)
(Contextual study)

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3-2 (Designing framework)

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(Development process)



(Theorists) (Designers) (Developers)
(Evaluators) (Researchers) (Teacher) (Learners)
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(Product)



2



(Evaluation process)




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(3) (4) (5)
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Heinich, R.,
Molenda, M., Russell, D. J., & Smaldino, E. S., (2002)
ASSURE Model

6 (Analyze Leaner
Characteristics) (State Objectives)
(Select method, media and Materials) (Utilize method ,Media

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and Materials) (Require Learner Response)


( Evaluation and revise) 3-3

3-3 ASSURE Model


(Analyze Leaner Characteristics)

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2.

3. (Learning styles)
3.1

3.2
3.3

(State Objectives)
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1. ()
2. (Knowledge)
(Performance) (Attitude)
(Select method, media and Materials)


















(Utilize method, Media and Materials)

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(Advance organizer)



(Ausubel, 1968)

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(Warm
Up)

(Require Learner Response)




(Mental process)
(Performance)

(Initial activities and


questions to ask)
Google internet

(Follow-up activities
and questions to ask)

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(Activities to do)

(Follow-up skills to practice)

(Evaluation and revise)


ASURE Model




(Evaluate student performance)

( Assess Evaluation)



(Evaluate media components)






(Evaluate instructor performance)




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Kanjug Issara, Chaijaroen Sumalee, Samat Charuni
(2013)



(Problemsolving transfer)

(Media attribution) (Media symbol system)

(Conceptual
models)
(Animation)



( )
(Developmental research)
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1) 2) 3)


(OLEs) SOI

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3-4
(Kanjug Issara, Chaijaroen Sumalee, Samat Charuni, 2013)


1) (Hanafin,
1999) 2)
Hanafin (1999) (Jonassesn,
1999)
3)


(Jonassesn, 1999; Hanafin, 1999) 4)
Hanafin (1999)

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(1) (Problem Base)


(1)
(2)
(3)

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(2) (Knowledge bank)



(Link to file or web site)
(YouTube)

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(3) (related case) Jonassen
(1999)

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2 (1)


(2)



(Meaningful)

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(4) (Collaboration)


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(Communities of learners:
COLs)

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(5) (Cognitive tools)



Hanafin (2000)

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(6) (Scaffolding)

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