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Problem 3

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Overview

  1. You will apply what you have learned in the last problems to design an instructional activity using the resources you find in the Instructional Architect.

In this problem, you will design an instructional activity using the Instructional Architect by applying what you have learned in the last two problems. Please follow the Steps below and after you complete this problem do a self-assessment reviewing the Checklist.

Steps

  1. Go to learn about How to Design an Instructional Activity .
  2. Design an outline of your instructional activity (click on How to Design an Outline for an Instructional Activity to learn more).
  3. Add relevant learning resources from the NSDL or the Web.
  4. Follow the outline to create an instructional activity with these resources.

Note: Also remember to access the help files within the Instructional Architect when you have problems.

Please click on the link below "Use the IA" to access it now or go to ia.usu.edu in your browser.
Use the IA

Checklist

You have completed this problem if:

  • You had a sense of how to design an instructional activity.
  • You designed an outline of your instructional activity.
  • You found relevant resources using the Instructional Architect.
  • You created an instructional activity as a designer.

Next Section: Conclusion .

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