Reinvigorating your instructional
design– learning design in the
This workshop is all about re-invigorating how you
design learning (Often called instructional design)
The success of your learning program hinges
on a critical question: does it help your
audience learn and apply relevant skills and
knowledge? If not, it’s probably because the
instructional design got lost in the shuffle…
What is this workshop all about?
Finding out what I.D. means to you/what you
Clarify your understanding
Explore new learning
Share new learning and apply to your
REFLECT on what you will do differently
And....do this in a web-conference, using the
functions and features of iConnect elluminate
What do you know?
What processes do you follow?
Do you follow a particular model?
What is Instructional Design?
First principles of Instruction
What do designers do?
Allocate topics to read, reflect, explain to rest of
group-can you give an example to demonstrate
your understanding or example of how you might
use/have used this info in your teaching?
Guest speaker-Tracie Regan
Senior Training Consultant-Wide Bay
Don’t forget that being online should not make you a mystery person.
Hi! I’m Tracie. Welcome to my class!
Open the audio file below to hear about me.
(you can even save this mp3 file to your iPod!)
(not available on this presentation)
Look at the ‘whole of course’ I.D. from a
Is it interesting enough that you would log in on
Can someone not familiar with your course work
out what to do next?
Can you find the teacher or others in the class?
Is the jargon appropriate?
This first page is very
important! What should it
How does your student know they have finished their studies?
Is expiry of COS enough?
Other things to think about:
• Student privacy in forums (set as group and not course forums)
• Archiving old forum threads (do this regularly)
• Print versions of resources
• Consider releasing ‘new’ areas as the group progresses (staged learning)
• Add Teacher support areas (for training plans, TAS, marking guides..)
• Where’s the fun?
Has your Instructional Design process
What have you learnt/remembered?
What will you do differently to prepare for
you next program/class?
(reflect 2 mins, then share)