EIDT 6100

Instructional Design

Evaluation Plan
Using the template below to guide your response, complete the tasks that
correspond to your role on the team. This week’s project leader will be responsible
for the final compilation, formatting, and submission of your entire Instructional
Plan, of which the Evaluation Plan is the last section. The suggested length for each
section of the Evaluation Plan is the equivalent of 1 -2 pages.
Team Member A
Evaluation Process
Describe the process you recommend to evaluate the effectiveness of your
instructional module as determined by the overall goals. Outline the steps that will
be taken before, during, or after the implementation to gather the necessary data
and evaluate this module. Describe the types of tools that will need to be developed
to gather the necessary evaluation data.
Team Member D1
Alignment of Unit Goals to the evaluation process
For each of your unit goals, identify which component of your evaluation plan will
measure the degree to which that goal was achieved. Consult with your team
members and revise your unit goals as necessary. Provide a justification for the
design of your evaluation process.
Note: The degree to which your instructional module is successful in guiding your
students to achieve the Learning Objectives is measured by your unit (or program)
goals. In addition, there may be other goals you decided would reflect the success
of your unit, (i.e.: the enjoyment level of students, or the completion or attrition
rates.) This is different from assessing how well the learners perform at the end of
the unit, as measured against the unit’s instructional objectives. However, learner
assessment data may be one component used to evaluate the overall effectiveness
of your unit.
Final Document Preparation
Team Member D2
Final Document Preparation: Section I: Analysis Document and Section II: Design
Document
It is your task to compile, review, and format the final version of Sections I and II
(Analysis Document and Design Document) of your group’s Instructional Plan. The
steps in your process are as follows:

Export all elements of the Analysis Document and the Design Document from
the wiki.
Revise any of the content in these sections to reflect changes that took place
during later stages of the process and to ensure that the entire document is

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Consult with your Project Leader and other team members regarding the final formatting of the document. and submit the final version of the group’s Instructional Plan at the end of the week. and the Evaluation Plan) into one cohesive document. By Friday. Inc Page 2 . Compile both of these sections into one cohesive document and apply any formatting changes to reflect the agreed upon format of the final document. peers. Implementation Plan and Facilitator’s Guide. review. format. Also. In addition to a title page. The steps in your process are as follows:     Export all elements of the Development Guide and Implementation Plan and Facilitator’s Guide from the wiki. forward the revised and formatted document to your Project Leader for inclusion in the final Instructional Plan. add a table of contents. Team Member E: Project Leader Final Document Preparation: Section V: Evaluation Plan and complete Instructional Plan It is your task to compile. Development Guide. review. Team Member I Final Document Preparation: Section III: Development Guide and Section IV: Implementation Plan and Facilitator’s Guide It is your task to compile. Revise any of the content in these sections to reflect changes that took place during later stages of the process and to ensure that the entire document is cohesive throughout. and format the final version of Sections III & IV (the Development Guide and Implementation Plan and Facilitator’s Guide) of your group’s Instructional Plan. forward the revised and formatted document to your Project Leader for inclusion in the final Instructional Plan. Consult with your Project Leader and other team members regarding the final formatting of the document. incorporate any necessary revisions based on feedback received from your instructor. © Laureate Education. Also. The steps in your process are as follows:     Gather all finalized sections of the Instructional Plan. Compile all five sections (Analysis Document. Compile both of these sections into one cohesive document and apply any formatting changes to reflect the agreed upon format of the final document.EIDT 6100   Instructional Design cohesive throughout. or other group members. or other group members. incorporate any necessary revisions based on feedback received from your instructor. peers. Format the document so it is a professionally presented report and include the company name and logo that was selected to represent your group into title page. By Friday. Design Document.

Submit the final document to your instructor through the dropbox. © Laureate Education.EIDT 6100   Instructional Design Make any final formatting adjustments necessary to ensure consistency throughout the entire document. Inc Page 3 . Place the name of the company in the document footer and the formal title of the Instructional Plan in the document header. Your report should also include page numbers. and post a copy to Doc Sharing so that your classmates can access it. The entire document should have one font and consistent sizing for the body and section headers.