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==Class Homepage==
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2022 (Byrne)]]- Systematic Design of Instruction.
  
* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2015 taught by Byrne]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
 
  
* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2015 taught by Zhang]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
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* New to wiki editing? Here is [https://knilt.arcc.albany.edu/Mediawiki_beginner_user_guide#Links_to_other_pages_in_this_User_Guide the user guide and tutorial] created by [[User:Marc Freed |Marc Freed]],  a former ETAP 623 class member. Feel free to try any of the editing tricks in [[Sandbox]] page.
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* You can add category tags to your mini-course so the readers can easily found it. [[KNILT Category Tags]]
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* [[Special:Recentchanges]]
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==Most Recent Classes==
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2021 (Zhang)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction.
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2021 (Byrne)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction.
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2020 (Zhang)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction.
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2020 (Zhang)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction. Two sections of ETAP 623.
  
==Most Recent Class==
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2019 (Zhang)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction
  
* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2014 taught by Zhang]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
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*[[ETAP 623 Spring 2019 Section 5933 (Byrne)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction
  
* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2014 taught by Byrne]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
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*[[ETAP 623 Spring 2019 Section 9571 (Zhang)]] - Systematic Design of Instruction
  
  
* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2014]]: Systematic Design of Instruction<br />
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*[[ETAP 623 Fall 2018 - Systematic Design of Instruction]]
  
== Announcements <big>(NEW! 11/20/2014)</big>==
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*[[ETAP 623 Spring 2018 Section 6476]] Systematic Design of Instruction
  
Thanks to Mike W. for finding some additional KNILT tutorials (from past semesters) on Youtube!  We'll add them here to our collection:
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*[[ETAP 623 Fall 2017 Section 5420]] Systematic Design of Instruction
  
Uploading images: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iABA7bFjIF0
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*[[ETAP 623 Fall 2017 Section 7619]] Systematic Design of Instruction
  
Copying code and creating headings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN4ucHQMc6U
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*[[ETAP 623 Spring 2017]]: (Section #6839) Systematic Design of Instruction<br />
  
Create a new linked page in KNILT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssTwH6km8S4
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2016]]: (Section # 5667) Systematic Design of Instruction<br />
 
 
  
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2016 - section #8077]]:  Systematic Design of Instruction<br />
  
As discussed in ETAP 623 - Byrne
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2016]] (Byrne & Zhang): '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
If you need some help building your learning objectives there is a helpful interactive tool online at Arizona State Univ. Very important to note that this objectives builder can get you through the first couple of pieces of the ABCD model (p.119) in your ID text (Audience & Behavior).  You will still have to develop the Conditions and Degree. This tool also aligns with Bloom's Taxonomy...which is another neat feature.
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* [[ETAP 623 FALL 2015 - BYRNE section 5874]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
https://teachonline.asu.edu/objectives-builder/
 
  
Also, as you're developing activities online, you might be interested in a number of technology tools that are sorted by Bloom's Taxonomy (this is but one such infographic online, but I believe it is the original. If you use a search engine you will find many more ideas and representations).
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* [[ETAP 623 FALL 2015 - Byrne & Zhang section 8550]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
  
https://visualblooms.wikispaces.com  (be sure to scroll down a bit)
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2015 taught by Byrne]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
  
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2015 taught by Zhang]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
  
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2014 taught by Zhang]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
  
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* [[ETAP 623 Fall 2014 taught by Byrne]] '''Systematic Design of Instruction'''<br />
  
* If you are new to wiki editing, no panic! It's very easy to learn. Please use this page [[Help:Contents]] to learn the basic skills needed for this project.
 
  
* Special video tutorials from the instructor (created by instructor Deb Byrne applicable for both sections of ETAP 623):
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* [[ETAP 623 Spring 2014]]: Systematic Design of Instruction<br />
** '''How to access and navigate through this project's wikispace''': https://www.screenr.com/QI0N
 
** '''How to create your new page''': https://www.screenr.com/PI0N
 
** '''how to add a picture''': https://www.screenr.com/iI0N
 
  
 
==Resources for Graduate Students==
 
==Resources for Graduate Students==
  
[[Suggestions for Course Taking in the CDIT program]]
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* [[Suggestions for Course Taking in the CDIT program]]
  
[[Recommended Journals in the Fields of the Learning Sciences and Instructional Technology]]<br />
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* [[Recommended Journals in the Fields of the Learning Sciences and Instructional Technology]]
[[Important Organizations in the Fields of the Learning Sciences and Instructional Technology]]<br />
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* [[Important Organizations in the Fields of the Learning Sciences and Instructional Technology]]
[[Job information in the fields]]
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* [[Job information in the fields]]
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* A resource for civic education: [https://sites.google.com/view/esdpodcast/home Education for Sustainable Democracy] (Interviews with leaders, innovators, and researchers in civic and environmental education)

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