For a guy who was behind on Monday you have made a nice recovery. I see that you are referring to another course on the wiki. That's a great way to get ideas and learn how to use this Media Wiki. Just make sure you replace all her content and links with your own.
I like your analysis of the need. Based on your needs assessment it seems that you have moved away from data analysis toward pedagogically sound uses of technology. Now it is time to identify initial objectives. These may change as you move through the rest of the process. Keep in mind the ADDIE image. ID is an iterative process. Each part is improved as you gain new information/insight. I think if you think about what intellectual, attitudinal and verbal skills you want to see your students demonstrate after your course, you will be able to draft objectives. I encourage you and Claire to keep an eye on each other's work, and even collaborate if you want. She has a similar topic and audience in mind. She approached her needs assessment differently (adapting hers from Shambaugh rather than Gagne). That's cool. You could each benefit from the other's different perspectives.
-- Alysha Stephens (talk) 15:45, 3 April 2013 (EDT)
Hi Dwayne, I was really impressed with your page so far. I really like the topic because it's definitely something that I would find useful in incorporating technology into the classroom. I also found commonalities in the way you describe objectives because I was also taught to design performance objectives in the form of audience, behavior, condition, and degree. I also liked how you included outside resources already. I look forward to seeing your unit breakdown!
I'm really impressed with the work you have done thus far! I find your objectives to be solid and engaging. I'm very eager to see your final project! Great job!
Needs analysis -- Brian VanGorder (talk) 18:01, 6 April 2013 (EDT)
I really like how you broke down the needs analysis and have it detailed in a way that is very clear for the reader. The entirety of your page looks good and as a fellow tech-classroom guy I'm excited to see what you create.
Curriculum Map -- Matthew Talbot (talk) 08:10, 9 April 2013 (EDT)
Your course looks great so far and I have enjoyed watching your progress. I was very impressed with your curriculum map as it is thorough yet broken down in a concise way. I plan to use it as a model as I finish creating my own. Thanks for your help!