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Educators are working every day with children that are classified as special needs (SEN) these children have difficulties or a disability that prevents them for learning like their peers. Many children with special educational needs can overcome their disadvantages when the laws that are there to protect them are being used and implemented. This module will help educators learn the proper way to find, achieve, and implement the laws that govern special educational needs children.

Kemp Model: Analysis

As seen in Figure 1, three of the nine Kemp elements require design. These elements are Content Sequencing, Instructional Strategies, and Designing the Message. The goal of Content Sequencing is sequencing the content within each instructional unit for a logical learning experience. The second element in the design group is Instructional Strategies. Within this element, instructional strategies are designed so that each learner can master the objectives of each instructional unit. The final design element is designing the Message. This element involves developing the instructional materials for the instructional units within the appropriate delivery system.

Educators are working every day with children that are classified as special needs (SEN) these children

Content Sequencing

Figure 1

Based on the data that was gathered from the analysis phase, the content sequencing will take

place as follows:

  • 1. Instructional Objective 1 - Faculty will learn to use the program Enrich, which will give them access to special needs data.

  • 2. Instructional Objective 2 - Faculty will learn how to classify the difference between accommodations and modifications.

Instructional Strategies

Training on special needs is a sensitive and significant part of being an educator. This section

will explain and instruct new facility through videos that will enhance the learning in a timely fashion. A common obstacle to technology training is time (Brack 2010). With many faculty teaching, coaching, and pressed for time, it is extremely difficult to schedule training that is convenient for everyone. As a result, this staff development plan will use an on-demand, technology-rich delivery of instruction.

  • A. Instructional Platform: A Weebly site will be set up as the course container to guide

faculty through the staff development instruction. Web pages will be constructed with

narratives introducing each instructional objective with accompanying lessons.

  • B. Instructional Delivery: The individual lessons will be delivered as instructional videos.

The video tutorials will give learners the convenience of on-demand instruction while also allowing the ability to review the material multiple times to reinforce the message.

  • C. Lesson Content: Each lesson will include a narrative with a video tutorial. Tutorial

videos will consist of a combination of screen recording videos and videos that show an

instructor demonstrating the tool within a lesson on an interactive whiteboard.

A Weebly site will be set up as a course container to guide faculty through the staff development instruction. Web pages will be constructed with narratives introducing each instructional objective with accompanying lessons and exercises. The Weebly site will provide a visually appealing format and can be bookmarked for easy, on-demand access.

The individual lessons will be delivered as instructional videos. The videos will be recorded using a screen recording software such as PowerPoint presentation or similar software. Screen recording software can be used to address divers learning needs within the workplace (Selvester, Mulholland, & Wong 2006). Learners will be able to access the tutorials on-demand at their convenience.

Designing the Message

This section will outline the process of each learning objective and the information covered.

Learning Objective

Deliverables

Enrich Software

Step by step into the program.

Read test scores

Read an IEP Accommodations

Students performance levels

Accommodations and

Vocabulary

Modifications

Process

Expectations

Acronyms

IEP

ADA

BIP

CBA

ED

ESL

IDEA

LD

Section 504

Voc Ed

References

Brack, J. (2010). Unlocking the Potential of On-Demand Learning in the Workplace. Retrieved on 10/19/2014 from https://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/executive-

Hanley, H. (2009). Discovering Instructional Design 11: The Kemp model. Retrieved on 10/19/2014 from http://elearningcurve.edublogs.org/2009/06/10/discovering-

Selvester, P., Mulholland, R. & Wong, P. (2006). Camtasia: A Tool for Universal Design Learning. College & University Media Review, 12(2), 9-17.