Exploration of Instructional Designs

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In this Exploration of Instructional Designs, I will define and provide examples of each type of design. The district that I will use to provide abstract information as evidence of the use of instructional Design is Charter School for Applied Technologies. This school is located at 2303 Kenmore Ave in the city of Buffalo, New York. The mission statement and vision of this School District is as follows: Mission Statement: The mission of The Charter School for Applied Technologies ("CSAT") is to provide an excellent academic education with skill sets relevant to careers in applied technologies. We will lay a foundation for: (i) Industry Partnership; (ii) Family Participation: and (iii) Pride and Success through Craftsmanship. Vision: Ultimately our vision is to help rebuild the commercial and industrial economy of Western New York by providing the students of this region with a world-class education that will also give them the knowledge and skills necessary to sustain and lead the industries of our region through the 21st century. We will enrich core curriculum with co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities for students to become exposed to and aware of careers in the industrial, manufacturing and construction sectors of our region. We will provide internship, mentorship and training opportunities for students that will be supervised onsite through our ties to local businesses, industrial and labor leaders. Instructional Design as a Process: A systematic way of developing instruction that is specifically designed to integrate learning and instructional theories that provides quality instruction. This is a systematic process that lends itself to analyzing the entire process of meeting the needs of t... ... middle of paper ... ...Evaluate participant progress and instructional materials effectiveness. At The Charter School for Applied Technologies all of the grade level teams monitor student performance this is call Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM), we meet with administration to discuss our results and develop a plan of action. Teams use the New York State Learning Standards as a benchmark for planning lesson to be taught. During a sharing time teams generate ideas, materials and resources that would allow them to implement during core subject instruction. We use a standards based curriculum and currently looking to move to standards based report cards. Many teachers are evaluating students performance and to see if students have mastered specific New York State Learning Standards. This is a point, where teachers have to differentiate instruction based on individual students needs.
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