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  • 1. The World of Instructional Design Presented by Jordan Epp & Jeanette McKee CCDE Instructional Designers September 18, 2009
  • 2. Objectives
    • Explain what instructional design means
    • Understand the role of an instructional designer
    • Describe the ADDIE model for curriculum development
    • Provide ID project processes for CCDE
  • 3. What does Instructional Design Mean? “The term Instructional Design refers to the systematic and reflective process of translating principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials , activities, information resources, and evaluation.” - Smith & Ragan (2005)
  • 4. Principles of Learning and Instruction
    • Learning Theory
    • Educational Psychology
    • Curriculum Studies
    • Educational Technology Research
    • Teaching and Learning Philosophies
    • Instructional Methods
    Work is based upon principles that have been successful in the past: Ultimate goal - to design effective instruction
  • 5. Why Do Instructional Design?
    • Encourages advocacy of the learner
    • Supports effective, efficient, and appealing instruction
    • Supports coordination among designers, developers, and delivery units
    • Facilitates diffusion/dissemination/adoption
    • Supports development for alternate embodiments or delivery systems
    • Facilitates congruence among objectives, activities, and assessment
    • Provides a systematic framework for dealing with learning problems
    • - Smith and Ragan (2005)
  • 6. Role of an Instructional Designer Instructional Designer Role - CCDE
    • Consult, train and serve as a resource person to faculty, administrators, course developers and appropriate departments in the design, development, evaluation and revision of distance learning courses.
    • Facilitate in the identification and implementation of instructional innovations related to distance learning.
  • 7. CCDE ID Structure
  • 8. Examples of ID Work
    • TEL projects (19)
    • CCDE projects: (20+)
    • Revise print packages & clear copyright
    • Soil Science - shoot videos in the field
    • Master Gardener - create module objectives
    • GEOG 125 - course casting
    • Destination Coach - create test questions
    • Library - create Elluminate sessions
    • All Write - create grammar and writing workbook
    • ANTH & ARCH - videoconferencing
    • Circumpolar Studies - international course development
    • Soc 321 - revisions for new textbook
  • 9. Who’s Who of the ID Team
    • Department/College/Centre
      • Initiates project/funding (e.g.TEL)
    • Subject Matter Expert (SME)
      • Content development/course author
    • Media Developer/Programmer
      • Audio, Video, Graphic, Web development
    • Information Technology Services (ITS)
      • Technology training and support
    • Delivery Unit (department, CCDE)
      • Administration and maintenance
    • Administrative Support
    • Instructional Designer
  • 10. Model of Instructional Design ADDIE ANALYZE EVALUATE DESIGN DEVELOP IMPLEMENT
  • 11. ADDIE Model
    • ADDIE Model - Components
    • Analysis
      • Needs Analysis
      • Learner Analysis
      • Context Analysis
      • Instructional Analysis
    • Design
      • Learning outcomes and objectives
      • Content
      • Readings (text book, articles)
      • Learning activities
      • Media
      • Assessment/Learner Evaluation
  • 12. ADDIE Model
    • ADDIE Model - Components cont’d.
    • Development
      • Content (text)
      • Media (graphics, audio, video, etc.)
      • Authoring (Blackboard mark-up)
      • Rubrics for course evaluation
      • Copyright clearances
    • Implementation
      • Delivery
    • Evaluation
      • Evaluate course (rubrics, course evaluations)
      • Begin Analysis for revisions
  • 13. The ADDIE Game
    • Let’s Play ADDIE
  • 14. ID Processes for CCDE ID Processes for CCDE Maintenance vs. Development
    • Maintenance (minor changes)
      • Text book edition
      • Minor module changes
      • Resources (web, articles)
      • Activities (testing competencies)
    • Development (major changes)
      • New course
      • F2F to Online conversion
      • Major content revisions
  • 15. ID Processes for CCDE ID Processes for CCDE cont’d.
    • Handouts
    • CCDE Instructional Design Project Process Overview
    • CCDE Curriculum Project Management
    • Kickstart Meeting Sample Agenda
    • Course Design Plan (template)
    • Copyright Check List
  • 16. Discussion
    • Think about how Instructional Design can be used to enhance the quality of our curriculum and learner experiences.
    • Q What needs do you have for curriculum development and/or curriculum maintenance projects using ID support?
    • 1. Please complete a Feedback Form.
    • 2. Take a business card with contact information.