In the Getting Started area of this eBook (and early in the term, for participants in my instructional design courses), you were asked to keep an ID Project Journal. The journal’s purpose is to record your journey through the project and demonstrate consideration of the topics covered throughout this eBook and key course activities in the design, development, delivery, and post-delivery evaluation of your instructional design project. In the Evaluate section of this eBook, we explored the use of student feedback and rubrics to guide us through the process of reflecting on our ID projects and how we can improve them. For this activity, participants in my ID courses are asked to use those resources to complete a final reflection for their ID Project Journals.
It is recommended that you review the following chapters before completing this activity:
Final Reflection Activity
Use the MOOBRIC and the student feedback you received after pilot testing your ID project to reflect on your Online Teaching Module.
- What worked well?
- What didn’t work?
- What needs to be revised or improved (before teaching the module again)?
- What skills do you need to work on to meet your online students’ needs better?
- How will you use the information gathered from your personal reflections and student satisfaction surveys?
Add your post-course reflections to your ID Project Journal.
Refer to the latest version of the Assignments Overview document and the Learning Journal or Project Reflections assignment area in your course space for the most up-to-date version of the assessment rubric to be used for this assignment.
Submitting Your Work
Refer to the instructions in your course space for details on how and where to submit a copy or link to your ID Project Journal or Project Reflections.