Question – Unit 1YesNo
1Are integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning into educational software and systems a part of the instructional technology?Yes
2Could Learning take place at home?Yes
3Are instructional technologies a field of study that receives contributions from many disciplines and contributes to many different disciplines?Yes
4Did Instructional technology made low contributions to the development and use of many different teaching methods and techniques?No
5Does instructional technology encourage learning by controlling the environment?No
6Could be Instructional technology scaled to reach large numbers of learners?Yes
7Is the statement true “The use of instructional technologies do not allow students to access information equally despite differences in social status, economic status, ethnicity, physical ability, age or other qualifications”?No
8Is Instructional technology allowing flexible and adaptable learning experiences?Yes
9Does Instructional technology provide immediate feedback and opportunities for learners to apply their knowledge and skills?Yes
10Are Instructional technologies including discussion forums, group projects, and other collaborative activities that foster communication and teamwork?Yes
11Is the Instructional technology reducing the need for physical resources such as textbooks and classroom space, and can reach large numbers of learners?Yes
12Is the statement true “Teachers doesn’t need to have the technical skills and knowledge necessary to operate instructional technology effectively.”?No
13Does the teachers need to invest time in learning new technologies and integrating them into their curriculum?Yes
14Are there concerns about the privacy and security of student data when using instructional technology?Yes
15Is it true the statement “Teachers don’t need to be knowledgeable about data privacy laws and ensure that they are using technology in a way that protects student privacy and data security.”?No
  1. Questions for module 2: Instructional Design
Question YesNo
1Is the Instructional design a process of developing well-structured instructional materials using objectives, relevant instructional strategies, systematic feedback, and assessment?Yes
2“The facilitation to effective learning by providing learners with meaningful and relevant instruction that meets their learning needs and enhances their knowledge, skills, and abilities” – Is it a goal of instructional design?Yes
3Is the statement true “Pedagogical principles, such as scaffolding, active learning, feedback, and assessment, are integrated into instructional design.”?Yes
4Is the statement true “By following a systematic instructional design process, instructional designers can’t create instructional materials, programs.”?No
5Is Instructional design ensuring that instructional materials, activities, and assessments are designed in a way that optimizes learning outcomes?Yes
6Is the statement true “Instructional design takes into consideration the needs, characteristics, and preferences of learners, aligns with learning theories and pedagogical principles, and incorporates evidence-based best practices in education and training, resulting in effective and efficient learning experiences.”?Yes
7Is the statement true “A well-designed instructional program can’t save time and resources by focusing on the most relevant and effective instructional strategies and materials, and by avoiding unnecessary duplication or redundancy.”?No
8Are instructional materials and activities designed in a way that is suitable for the chosen modality?Yes
9Is the statement true “Instructional design can be applied to various modalities of instruction, including face-to-face, blended, and online learning.”?Yes
10Is the statement true “Instructional designers can’t create instructional materials and activities that can be accessed and used by all learners, without discrimination or barriers.”?No
11Is it necessary to follow established instructional design models to ensure systematic and effective instructional design?Yes
12Are Linear instructional design models a systematic approach used in education and training to create effective instructional materials and experiences?Yes
13Are linear instructional design models providing a step-by-step process for designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating instructional materials, with the goal of enhancing learning outcomes?Yes
14Is the develop instructional strategies including selecting appropriate instructional methods, media, and resources that align with the objectives and meet the needs of the learners?Yes
15Are the instructional materials evaluated to identify any design flaws or areas for improvement?Yes
  1. Questions for module 3: Instructional Technology for Learners with Learning Barriers
Question YesNo
1Is it necessary the teachers to consider the potential variation in individual skills, learning styles and preferences, age, gender, culture, abilities, and disabilities as they select appropriate strategies for the delivery of instruction and then apply universal design to all course activities and resources?Yes
2Does the teacher need to consider the potential diverse characteristics (e.g., with respect to abilities to see, hear, manipulate objects, read, and communicate) of the trainees?Yes
3Is defining impact and recognizing disabilities the main step of adapting the teaching methods and course content?Yes
4Is necessary to use appropriate technological tools in the teaching methods for trainees with learner barriers?Yes
5Do role play and problem-based learning appropriate for Visual Impairment?Yes
6Is anything that prevents students from learning calling a learning barrier, it could be physical, mental, emotional, cultural, or social elements?Yes
7Is it necessary to have knowledge about the features of the online platforms you must use and the tools that are available?Yes
8Does students with learning barriers require more individualized support and attention from educators?Yes
9Will using a variety of teaching strategies, including visual aids, hands-on activities, group work, and individualized instruction help students stay engaged and motivated?Yes
10To improve yourself and your students you have to Promote self-advocacy, to provide timely feedback or seek professional development opportunities to learn more about working with students with learning barriers?Yes
11Is students with learning disabilities may struggle with processing and understanding complex instructions?Yes
12Could providing extra time help alleviate anxiety and allow the student to demonstrate their knowledge and abilities more effectively?Yes
13Is it necessary when teaching STEM concepts to use examples that are relevant and relatable to students from diverse backgrounds?Yes
14Should technology tools be selected based on their lack of ability to support the learning objectives of a course?No
15Will the context in which the tool is using shape how the student uses the tool?Yes