Revision to Learning Context

After completing this assignment, reading others’ posts, and trying to isolate exactly what I am designing, I’ve decided to change my model from the discrepancy model to the innovation model.  So, with that said, here is my new plan:

First, I need to determine the nature of innovation.  In this case, it is a tool, specifically, Macbook Pros.  This innovation will affect learners in that it will allow them to achieve the following goals for this project:

  1. Learners will be able to produce clear and coherent analysis based on the prompt they choose in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task of creating a digital story using iMovie and clearly reflect understanding of the novel.
  2. Learners will be able to use iMovie to produce and publish auditory analysis, textual evidence, and graphics that communicate a clear understanding of the novel.
  3. Learners will be able to draw evidence from the novel to support their analysis, reflection, and connection to the novel, and demonstrate the evidence through their theme, storyboard, text, and graphics in iMovie.

This innovation will enhance learning and heighten engagement while aligning to established goals and common core standards because this technology adds new dimensions for learners by adding graphics, video, sound, and text in the creation of a movie clip.  In other words, this innovation is interactive, thus it enriches learning.  Resources will be provided and differentiated for learners.

The questions will be modified from my previous post and focus solely on the learners in terms of their experience with the new technology.

The learning environment is the same as my initial post.


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