Web lesson? I was gazing at my reflection.
I've created my first Web lesson. Please: tell me what you think!
I've built the lesson for the Instructional Design class I'm taking as part of my master's degree at Central Michigan University.
My task was to create an interactive Web-based assignment that works as a stand-alone learning resource. The idea is that instead of a teacher being there to guide the instruction, the information and tasks are built into the resource.
The assignment guidelines: provide an introduction, embed media, define tasks, address the many aspects of Bloom's Taxonomy (teaching-design guru dude), provide all necessary background information, build an final assessment into the lesson, and document sources.
But what's a lesson without evaluation?
I'd love it if you'd take a few minutes to have a look at the lesson and complete a short anonymous survey to tell me what you think:
1. View my interactive Web lesson (you don't actually have to do the tasks and final assignment!).
2. Complete this anonymous survey telling me what you think of it.
Thanks for your help, peeps.