User talk:Cpcampbell88

Welcome to KNILT! We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the [pages]. Again, welcome and have fun! Jz833665 (talk) 18:51, 30 August 2014 (EDT)


Instructor comments on your instructional analysis

Hi Catherine,

You're heading toward a productive design project! A few suggestions:

1) Your focus can be clarified: what is the role of multiple intelligence theory in this mini-course? Will you use this framework to organize the process of career exploration?

2) Needs assessment: You may also analyze: How do teachers typically teach this course/topic currently? How will the focus on multiple intelligence using your approach likely help create more effective practice?

instructor comment on your objectives -- Jianwei Zhang (talk) 14:40, 4 November 2014 (EST)

Your performance objectives currently list: Educators will be able to identify their own type(s) of Multiple Intelligence by using one of the MI assessments. Educators will be able to navigate their way through an interest inventory. Educators will be able to recognize the importance of creating a resume. Educators will be able to assist students when creating their own resumes.

This list of objectives do not seem to match well with the goals/outcomes of learning defined for this mini-course project. Your mini-course focuses on using MI theory to guide students as they develop goals and plans after high school. So logically your objectives will include elements related to MI theory, how to apply it to career planning, and specific strategies to be used (resume writing may be one of these specific things). It is less about the educator knowing his/her own MI, more about how to do such reflection and planning with students.

Please work out your task analysis to sequence the refined objectives into your unit structures.