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ILM Proposal Form 1. Based on your chosen ILM, what is to be taught? Describe in some detail the specific
 

Summary: ILM Proposal Form
1. Based on your chosen ILM, what is to be taught? Describe in some detail the specific
computer science concept(s) that will be taught. This section should offer sufficient detail
to understand what the concept(s) is/are, why it is of use, and briefly how it will be
presented. The ILM pool from which you are select vary significantly in terms of detail
of description. Whichever ILM you choose, it is your responsibility to give sufficient
detail so that the reader has a clear understanding of what is to be done and what is to be
taught.
2. Give a step-by-step description of the execution of the ILM from the user's perspective.
Sample (mock up) screen shots may be helpful. It is here that you will describe how the
user will interact with the ILM to "learn" the concept.
3. Describe the expected user interactions, e.g. how will this ILM be better than a linear
tutorial or a video? Why should this be an ILM? Will there be multiple ways in which the
user can interact with the ILM? Etc.
4. Are there multiple lessons, concepts, or levels in the ILM? Does the ILM begin by
assuming a particular level of background and as the student understands a concept at that
level does it build on that understanding to enable the student to acquire a higher or more
in-depth level of understanding. For example, consider an ILM that presents the subject
of recursion. You could begin by introducing it in such a way that students can recognize
it in a program. Next, show them how to use it to replace iteration. You could then

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences