Digital Literacy Instructional Plan

Use the elements below to draft the beginning of your digital literacy plan.


YOUR NAMES:




Learners:

Self:

Context:

Community:



PURPOSE

(Learning Objectives)



Standards






Use your purpose, content, and pedagogical strategies to inform the design of your

TASK/ACTIVITY (includes compelling question and possible scenario):





CONTENT



Topics:



Texts:







PEDAGOGY



Instructional Strategies:



Tools:







ASSESSMENT



Work Products



How Measure?




CHECKLIST FOR QUALITY

Instructional Plan Element
Contextual Overview
Are your learners described clearly? (Learners)
Did you briefly define your own values and priorities as an educator? (Self)
Did you identify the context in which your lesson will take place (Context)
Did you identify the larger community in which your learners live? (Community)
Purpose
Are your learning objectives clear, appropriate, and measurable?
Is your lesson linked to appropriate standards?
Task/Activity/Scenario
Did you identify the compelling question (and any sub-questions) that shapes the lesson(s)?
Did you clearly articulate a project-based inquiry task/prompt that contextualizes how learners will engage with the compelling question(s)?
Content
Did you identify the range of topics covered by lesson(s)?
Did you list all texts and digital media (with sources) included in lesson(s)?
Pedagogy
Did you outline the sequence of procedures and instructional strategies used to teach content and processes required to complete lesson(s)?
Did you identify the range of digital tools and resources teachers and students might engage with to conduct/complete the lesson?
Assessment
Did you clearly state in narrative form how each learning objective will be evaluated?
Did you clearly describe the nature of the work products (teaching products and learning products) and connect to a sample of each?