First Principles of Instruction

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Micro Instructional Design for Effective, Efficient and Engaging Instruction. Based on the work of David Merrill

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First Principles of Instruction

  1. 1. First Principlesof InstructionMicro Instructional Designfor Effective, Efficient andEngaging Instruction
  2. 2. Andy PetroskiDirector of Learning TechnologiesAssistant Professor of LearningTechnologiesHarrisburg Universityapetroski@harrisburgu.edu@apetroskiLTMSCAELTHarrisburgUniversity
  3. 3. connect training to Level 3 evalconnect training to business performanceQualityInstructionMacro vs. MicroIDFirst Principlesof InstructionTE ConnectivityIntegration
  4. 4. instructional designAnalysisDesignDevelopmentImplementationEvaluation
  5. 5. what is quality instruction?engagingefficienteffective
  6. 6. engagingefficienteffectiveAnalysisDesignDevelopmentImplementationEvaluationwhat is quality instruction?
  7. 7. AnalysisDesignDevelopmentImplementationEvaluationmacro vs. microPebble-in-the-Pond
  8. 8. first principlesIntegration ActivationApplication DemonstrationProblem
  9. 9. design considerationsDesign Element ConsiderationContent DiscoveryCourse StructureAssessmentEventFormatUncover problem, not informationProblem progression, not modulesConsider the problem as an assessment or consider problem-based assessmentsIncorporate watch me, reflection and creation into the learningexperience to extend beyond the event (social learning)A problem-based approach can apply to any training format
  10. 10. organizational considerationsOrg Element ConsiderationCultureLearning and ManagerExpectationsAssessmentTechnologyMethodology / SkillsWill the culture accept a change to problem-based learning?How will you change learner/manager expectations and preparethem for a different approach?How is assessment currently viewed in the org and how will aproblem-based approach alter or challenge the current state?Is you LMS prepared to track and report on problem-basedlearning?How can your learning team adapt to a problem-based approachand what new skills will need to be developed?
  11. 11. questions & comments
  12. 12. learn more
  13. 13. action mapping
  14. 14. other opportunitiesAdvanced InstructionalDesign Graduate CertificateLTMS 636: Micro Instructional DesignMore info: www.harrisburgu.edu/learningtechnologies
  15. 15. Andy PetroskiDirector of Learning TechnologiesAssistant Professor of LearningTechnologiesHarrisburg Universityapetroski@harrisburgu.edu@apetroskiLTMSCAELTHarrisburgUniversity

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