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Instructional Design Document

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How to prepare a instructional design document

How to prepare a instructional design document

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  • 1. What exactly is a instructional design document. Paulsharma Chakravarthy, Instructional Designer.
  • 2. First, understand clearly what the client needs.
  • 3. Client Vendor Instructional design document a common understanding between client and vendor.
  • 4. what the course will constitute and how the course will look like . Instructional design document is all about,
  • 5. The document will include….. Training need Course goal Audience Analysis Instructional approach Functional specification Micro and macro strategies
  • 6. Training need 1 Know why the client needs this training Target audience Gap analysis Client
  • 7. Course Goal 2 What’s in it for me? Learner Mention what learners achieve at the end of the learning.
  • 8. Audience Analysis 3 1.0 or 2.0 or 3.0 ? AGE ? Experience ? Education ? Computer proficiency ? Apply ( A) DDIE Introvert or extrovert ?
  • 9. Instructional Approach 4 Video Course Highlights Animations Mention whether WBT or CBT or Blended training . Graphics Text Voice over Simulations Gaming Interactions
  • 10. Functional Specification 5 Module Structure How to access the course Where to access the course a b c
  • 11. Micro and macro strategy 6 Navigation How the course begins Background theme Interactions Assessments ID Strategy Prototypes
  • 12. Thank You