What is Instructional Design Welcome to the basics of instructional design Christie Price-Izcano
Objectives• Identify what is and what is not instructional design• Identify each step of the ADDIE Process and associated activities
What is Instructional Design• the process by which instruction is improved through the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of learning materials• Learning happens through our experiences and through the things we see and hear (Rapid E-learning Pro)
Instructional DesignWhat Instructional Design is What instructional Design is notHelps the learner make sense of Just putting information in front ofinformation LearnersThoughtful process to achieve the Sandwiching information togetherdesired goalsEngages learners with clear and Unplanned delivery of contentmeaningful content
Type of rolesHere is a selection of the roles that may utilize InstructionalDesign:• Educators• Non-profit• Corporate Trainers• Corporate Curriculum Creators
Instructional Design Process• ADDIE Model-is the acronym for a 5 step systematica process that generally is used by Instructional Designers to create instruction. The five phases are” • Analysis • Design- • Development • Implementing • Evaluation
Analysis• In this phase the Instructional designers are the who, when, and how much.• Additional task: • Identifies who the learners are • Identifies the learning gaps • Identifies the delivery options • Identifies the resources (funding) • Identifies the project completion timeframe
Design Phase• In this phase the Instructional designers are identifying key components and creating the prototype.• Additional task: • Identify the design strategy • Apply instructional strategies according to type of learning and learnings • Create first draft • Add graphics
Development• In this phase the Instructional designers are refining and finalizing what was completed in the Design phase.• Additional task: • Updated graphics • Tying content to objectives • Refining assessments/surveys/quizes
Implementation Phase• In this phase the process for disseminating the training will be devised.• Additional task: • Host trainer the trainer session • Ensure all class materials are ready, operational, and in place
Evaluation Phase• There are two parts of evaluation: formative and summative • Formative evaluation is conducted at each stage of the ADDIE process. • Summative evaluation consists of tests and feedback forms (surveys) to gain information.
You should be able to• Identify what is and what is not instructional systems design• Identify each step of the ADDIE Process and associated activities
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