Module 2: Instructional Materials (Weeks 3-5

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Instructional Materials Overview
1 Include an overview description of the instructional materials you are developing.
2 Include a rationale for self-paced vs. group presentation delivery of materials.
3 Suggested length: 1-2 pages

Storyboard: Include a storyboard for all instructional materials containing 4-5 of the following
elements:
1 Project information - instructional designer's name, client's name, and solution title.
2 Audio/narration - Specify your audio script if the technology tools used supports it.
3 Video clips - Include shot types and dialogue if used.
4 Graphics - Include images of what is planned and description of each graphic used.
5 On-screen text - Show the text that will appear on the screen.
6 Navigation & interactivity - Describe actions the learner will take if interactivity is used.
7 Notes - Include any additional information your client may need.

Presentation Module
1 Includes the content that your learners will interact or be presented with.
2 Technologies that you may use for this project include
 An audio podcast using Audacity or other audio editing software
 A Flash-based animation, movie, or presentation
 A narrated screencast using Camstudio or other screencasting software
 An edited video program using Windows Movie Maker, iMovie, or other video
editing software
 A wiki, web page, or website designed with Dreamweaver
 An instructional module hosted by a course management system
3 The suggested length for your implementation is 1-2 hours.

Assessment Materials
1 Develop two instruments to assess your learners' attainment of instructional objectives.
 Depending on whether you are evaluating knowledge or skills and behavior,
determine the appropriate instrument you should develop.
 Each instructional objective identified in your design document should
correlate to at least one item in your assessment instrument.
2 Additional consideration include
 Due to time, you are only required to perform a summative evaluation.
 Incorporating a pre- and posttest is suggested.
 Ideally, conducting one-to-one evaluations, small-group evaluations, or field trials
may provide opportunities for performing a formative evaluation of your
instructional solution.
 Consider the development of a third summative evaluation in the form of a
learner satisfaction survey.

Submit your Instructional Materials by Sunday of Week 4.
1 Save your Instructional Materials as a single Acrobat Portfolio or zipped folder
2 If you find that your file is too large to upload, consider using a free file-hosting site (refer
to the Tech Resources area for suggestions), and submit a download URL. (Be sure to test
your download link prior to submitting it to your Instructor.) You are also required to inform
your Instructor of your confirmed Week 6 implementation date.

Assessment materials are
not included or do not
demonstrate congruency
with goals/objectives and
instructional strategies.

Evidence shows that:
Overview description of
instructional materials
includes rationale for
delivery method.
Storyboard contains at
least 4 required media
elements.
Presentation module
meets the 1-2 pages
suggested length or
comparable scope.
Assessment materials
demonstrate congruency
with goals/objectives and
instructional strategies.

Emerging Mastery

All required instructional
materials are not identified
or included.

Needs Improvement

Evidence shows that:

Evidence shows that:
Overview description of
instructional materials
includes rationale for
delivery method.

Storyboard contains 5 or
more required media
elements.

Presentation module
meets the 1-2 page
suggested length or
comparable scope.

Assessment materials
demonstrate
congruency with
goals/objectives and
instructional strategies,
incorporates both
formative and
summative methods for
collecting learner
assessment data, and
includes a learner
satisfaction survey.
Overview description is
supported by Learning
Resources and
additional research.

A storyboard is a graphic organizer, a detailed process flowchart which allows a user to pre-visualize an

interactive multimedia series or sequences by visually showing all activities and the relationships among
those activities.