U1: Framework for Instructional Theory revision quiz (EDID6503 unit 1)

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Graduate Instructional Design Quiz on U1: Framework for Instructional Theory revision quiz (EDID6503 unit 1), created by Annika L-M on 03/16/2015.

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Question 1

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How would you define instruction?
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  • Anything that is done purposely to facilitate learning.
  • Content layer, strategy layer, message layer, control layer, representation layer, media logic layer, and data management layer
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction
  • Instructional method and instructional situation
  • Discovery learning, direct instruction, Problem-based learning

Question 2

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How does instruction differ from construction?
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  • Content layer, strategy layer, message layer, control layer, representation layer, media logic layer, and data management layer
  • Instruction is done to the learners and it assumes that they are passive. Construction is done by the learners and it assumes that they are active.
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction

Question 3

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What are the seven layers of instructional design?
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  • Discovery learning, direct instruction, Problem-based learning
  • Content layer, strategy layer, message layer, control layer, representation layer, media logic layer, and data management layer
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction

Question 4

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What two phenomena make a new paradigm possible?
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  • Instruction is done to the learners and it assumes that they are passive. Construction is done by the learners and it assumes that they are active
  • Instructional method and instructional situation
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction

Question 5

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What are the main categories of instructional theory?
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  • Discovery learning, direct instruction, Problem-based learning
  • Instructional method and instructional situation
  • Anything that is done purposely to facilitate learning.
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction

Question 6

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Provide some examples of instructional approaches.
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  • Discovery learning, direct instruction, Problem-based learning
  • Development of advanced technologies, and advancements in psychological principles and methods of instruction
  • Instruction is done to the learners and it assumes that they are passive. Construction is done by the learners and it assumes that they are active

Question 7

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How would you define a task?
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  • A task is a problem which is representative of a problem which can be encountered in a real-world situation
  • Discriminations, concrete concepts, defined concepts, rules, problem-solving (higher-order rules)
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction

Question 8

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What are some ways in which demonstrations can occur?
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  • Demonstration, Application, Task-centred, Activation, Integration
  • Demonstrations can occur through simulations, visualizations, and modelling
  • Discriminations, concrete concepts, defined concepts, rules, problem-solving (higher-order rules)

Question 9

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What are the five principles that are identified by Merrill?
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  • Demonstration, Application, Task-centred, Activation, Integration
  • Verbal information, Intellectual skills, Cognitive strategies, Attitudes, Motor skills
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction

Question 10

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What is the role of peer-discussion in instruction?
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  • Demonstrations can occur through simulations, visualizations, and modelling
  • Activating prior knowledge and enhancing the reflective practice
  • A task is a problem which is representative of a problem which can be encountered in a real-world situation

Question 11

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Heuristics is best described as...
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  • Principles, rules of thumb, guidelines, causal models
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction
  • Activating prior knowledge and enhancing the reflective practice

Question 12

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List some common approaches to instruction
Answer
  • Demonstration, Application, Task-centred, Activation, Integration
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction
  • Discriminations, concrete concepts, defined concepts, rules, problem-solving (higher-order rules)

Question 13

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What are the categories of Bloom’s taxonomy?
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  • Verbal information, Intellectual skills, Cognitive strategies, Attitudes, Motor skills
  • Demonstration, Application, Task-centred, Activation, Integration
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction

Question 14

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Categorize Gagné’s intellectual skills part of the cognitive domain
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  • Verbal information, Intellectual skills, Cognitive strategies, Attitudes, Motor skills
  • Discriminations, concrete concepts, defined concepts, rules, problem-solving (higher-order rules)
  • Journaling, collaboration, experiential learning, problem-based learning, direct instruction

Question 15

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional planning
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  • What the instruction should be like
  • What the process of gathering information for decision-making should be like
  • What the process of creating instructional plans should be like

Question 16

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional building
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  • What the process of gathering information for decision-making should be like
  • What the process of creating instructional process should be like
  • What the process of creating instructional plans should be like

Question 17

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional event
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  • What the instruction should be like
  • What the process of preparing for implementation should be like
  • What the process of creating instructional plans should be like

Question 18

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional analysis
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  • What the process for evaluating instruction should be like
  • What the process of gathering information for decision-making
  • What the process of creating instructional process should be like

Question 19

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional implementation
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  • What the process of preparing for implementation should be like
  • What the process of creating instructional plans should be like
  • What the process of gathering information for decision-making

Question 20

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Match the following term with its correct definition: Instructional evaluation
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  • What the process for evaluating instruction should be like
  • What the process of gathering information for decision-making
  • What the process of creating instructional plans should be like

Question 21

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Fill in the blank: ____________ is concerned with the content to be learned.
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  • Curriculum design theory
  • Instructional–event theory
  • Learning theory

Question 22

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Fill in the blank: ____________ is concerned with how content should be learned.
Answer
  • Instructional-event theory
  • Curriculum design theory
  • Student-assessment design theory

Question 23

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Fill in the blank: ____________ provides an understanding of why a given methods of instruction works.
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  • Learning theory
  • Student-assessment design theory
  • Curriculum design theory

Question 24

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Fill in the blank: ____________ guides assessment in student learning.
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  • Student-assessment design theory
  • Curriculum design theory
  • Instructional-event theory

Question 25

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Which of the following is an example of an instructional component?
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  • Discovery-based learning
  • Problem-based learning
  • Advance organizer
  • Concrete-abstract sequencing

Question 26

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Knowledge
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  • Recall tasks that include listing, defining, telling
  • Learners are asked use information and skills learned from knowledge and comprehension
  • The highest order of thinking. Students use lower levels of learning in order to discriminate and assess values.

Question 27

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Comprehension
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  • Recall tasks that include listing, defining, telling
  • Higher-level learning outcomes that include distinguishing, describing, predicting
  • Learners as are asked to understand patterns or parts including separating, ordering, connecting, explaining, inferring, classifying

Question 28

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Application
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  • Learners are asked use information and skills learned from knowledge and comprehension
  • Higher-level learning outcomes that include distinguishing, describing, predicting
  • Learners as are asked to understand patterns or parts including separating, ordering, connecting, explaining, inferring, classifying

Question 29

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Analysis
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  • Learners as are asked to understand patterns or parts including separating, ordering, connecting, explaining, inferring, classifying
  • New ideas are created using prior knowledge and learning
  • Learners are asked use information and skills learned from knowledge and comprehension

Question 30

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Synthesis
Answer
  • The highest order of thinking. Students use lower levels of learning in order to discriminate and assess values.
  • New ideas are created using prior knowledge and learning
  • Learners as are asked to understand patterns or parts including separating, ordering, connecting, explaining, inferring, classifying

Question 31

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In reference to Blooms Taxonomy, define the following learning outcome: Evaluation
Answer
  • The highest order of thinking. Students use lower levels of learning in order to discriminate and assess values
  • Learners as are asked to understand patterns or parts including separating, ordering, connecting, explaining, inferring, classifying
  • Higher-level learning outcomes that include distinguishing, describing, predicting
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