Modern day journalists need to know how to tell news stories through all forms of media, including maps. This is an in-depth, ADDIE model driven instructional design project relating to the creation of a college-level lesson on map-based data visualization.
True to the ADDIE name, this project encompassed learner and contextual analysis, design of learner goals and objectives and alignment with Bloom’s taxonomy levels as well as ARCS model driven content development and sequencing. Original slideshow and animation content was created to support lesson as well as sample artifacts. Through online surveys, formative assessment was obtained from the instructor, a subject matter expert and the learners.
College level multimedia journalism students in a residential (if high-tech classroom) setting
Pearltrees (resources), Google+ community, PowToon (animation), Google Slides, LucidChart (objective mapping), Typeform (surveying), Google Map Engine Lite, OpenHeatMap, StoryMap JS