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Design Document

A. Problem Identification
The survey data showed the lack of use of collaboration tools with the exception
of Google. The media specialist indicated that many of the teachers were not using
technology as much as she felt that they should. Each grade level meets weekly in
what is called a Professional Learning Committee (PLC). These meetings are to
include what technology is going to be used for the following week. The media
specialist said that Padlet would be a technology that the teachers could learn about in
this staff development session and take back to their PLCs.

B. Instructional Goal
● Teachers will be able to design and use a Padlet board.
● Teachers will be able to set up an account through their school Google
email.
● Teachers will know how to share the board with others for collaboration.
● Teachers will be able design a board to meet their needs.
● Teachers will maintain and update the board when needed.

C. Learner Analysis
Introduction
My target audience consists of 12 participants that include certified teachers,
paraprofessionals, and a media specialist at Kinchafoonee Primary School in Leesburg,
Georgia. The teachers work with kindergarten through 2nd grade students. This
audience consists of regular education teachers, special education teachers,
paraprofessionals, and a media specialist. They represent various years of teaching
experience ranging from 1 to 22 years, certification levels, and knowledge of web based
tools. A Google Forms survey was sent to the staff to assess their technology skills and
usage.
Entry Skills and Prior Knowledge.
● Mastery of computer skills: Logging in to Google account with school login.
● Adequately use basic web functions.
The participants entry skills and prior knowledge were gathered through a
survey. They were asked to check which collaboration tools they have used. Most
participants stated they use Google Classroom and Docs to collaborate. 6 out of 12 use
Google Slides. All participants are proficient or somewhat proficient in basic web
functions. They all stated they were very interested or somewhat interested in learning
Padlet and three had had some prior experience with it.

Education Ability Levels


The learners function at similar ability levels. All the teachers have at least a four
year education degree and some have advanced degrees. One of the
paraprofessionals has an associates degree. None have degrees in instructional
technology. Every learner attends the same on-campus trainings through the media
center on teacher workdays. Prior education and years of teaching practices have
made the group proficient in the use of basic web functions. After reviewing the survey,
it was determined that there was not a need for training in web use prior to the Padlet
instruction.

D. Task Analysis
I formed my task analysis using a procedural analysis method. As I wrote the
task analysis, I walked myself through the process to make sure I arranged the steps
properly and did not miss any. I also watched a couple of youtube tutorials that helped
my with my steps. I feel that using only a procedural analysis is best, most effective
way to teach the task to the teachers who are on limited time for professional
development.

E. Task Analysis Outline


1.0 Log on to computer and go to internet browser
1.1 Go to padlet.com
1.2 Sign up for a free account
1.3 Use your google account and check yes when asked to save password
1.4 Click on “Yes I am a teacher”

2.0 Click on “Make a Padlet”


2.1 Choose a layout from the six available choices
2.2 Modify the title of the Padlet
2.3 Give the Padlet a description
2.4 Choose a wallpaper

3.0 Privacy and People


3.1 Choose “secret”
3.2 Choose “can moderate”
3.3 Add “contributors” with their email addresses
3.4 Click “next”
3.5 Click “start posting”

4.0 Add content to Padlet


4.1 Hover over pink plus sign circle on bottom right
4.2 Click on pink circle to add a post
4.3 Give post a title
4.4 Write something about post
4.5 Open up new internet tab
4.6 Google search “teachers pay teachers”
4.7 Click on first web page suggestion
4.8 Highlight web address and copy
4.9 Hover over “link” symbol and click
4.10 Paste web address and click save
4.11 Add photo and click save
4.12 Insert map and click save
F. Objectives
Terminal Objective 1: To setup Padlet account
Enabling Objectives:
1A: To access internet browser
1B: To create account through Google login

Terminal Objective 2: To create a Padlet


Enabling Objectives:
2A: To name and describe Padlet
2B: To individualize Padlet with wallpaper

Terminal Objective 3: To setup privacy of Padlet


Enabling Objectives:
3A: To make private and allow moderation
3B: To add collaborators

Terminal Objective 4: To add content to Padlet


Enabling Objectives:
4A: Create and assemble online posts
4B: Perform internet search
4C: To embed web page
4D: To add a picture
4E: To insert a map

G. Development of Assessments

Instructional Goals Objectives UDL Assessments


Strategies

Lesson 1: Explains the Objective 1: To Teachers use Participation in


Introduction to method of set up and Padlet as an setting up
Padlet Basics organizing and organize online account and
managing an accounts in collaborative sharing with
online account. Padlet. teaching and others.
Demonstrate 1A: To access learning tool
how to easily internet browser that meets the
add new board. 1B: To create state
individual standards to
account use a variety
of methods to
reach
differentiation.

Lesson 2: Create name Objective 2: To Learners are Learners


Explain to the and description create new given the participate in
teachers that for board and Padlet. opportunity to set up and ask
there is a fast set background. Objectives: personalize questions as
and simple 2A: To name Padlet board needed.
way to design and describe for
individualized Padlet board. subject/grade
Padlets. 2B: To design level being
backgrounds taught.
that are
appropriate and
interesting.

Lesson 3: Set privacy Objective 3: To Padlet is a Learners will


Demonstrate restrictions and create boards to method of demonstrate
how to set up share with other be shared with collaboration, the skill of
privacy for collaborators for peers, students, communicatio creating
each Padlet moderation parents. n, and boards with
board. through a variety Objectives: assessment privacy locks
of methods. 3A: Create that uses or passwords
boards with digital tools. and share
privacy/passwor Teachers, those boards
ds. students, and with others.
3B: To parents can
understand how be active
to share boards participants.
and add
moderators.

Lesson 4: Show how to Objective 4: To This tool Learners will


Adding posts add the different add content to allows present their
to Padlet types of posts to board. teachers to board to the
boards. the board: Objectives: collaborate other teachers.
documents, 4A: Create and and
picture, links, assemble online differentiate
maps. posts. instruction.
Demonstrate 4B: Perform Boards can be
organizing internet search. shared with
posts. 4C: To embed students and
web page. parents.
4D: To add
picture.
4E: Insert a
map.