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INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
INTC5160 Class One
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  • 1. Instructional Design INTC 5160 - Class One Fall 2009
  • 2. Why Instructional Design?
    • Goals and measures match
    • Systematic approach insures link between parts and completeness of instruction
    • Reduces assumptions and bias
    • Insures correct instructional methods
    • When expensive technology involved, quality is critical
  • 3. Where to Use ISD Process
    • Curriculum Design
    • Course Design
    • Individual Classes
    • Corporate Training Design
    • Workshops
    • Presentations
  • 4. Generic ISD Process
    • A nalysis
    • D esign
    • D evelopment
    • I mplementation
    • E valuation
  • 5. Analysis
    • Identify and State Needs
    • Identify and State Goal(s)
    • Identify and Describe:
      • Instructional Content
      • Tasks
      • Learner
      • Context
    • Outcome is used to write objectives and determine instructional methods
  • 6. Identify and State Goal
    • Critical to avoid:
      • Misidentifying goal
      • “Fuzzy” goal
    • Start with expert (yourself or SME)
      • Avoid “teaching how you were taught” trap
    • Identify gap, problem, or common misconceptions which are impacting achievement
  • 7. Identify and State Goal
    • Focus on what learners will do not how you will instruct them
    • Examples of process goals:
      • Need to use computers more in class
      • Need to teach problem solving skills
    • Try writing a goal for something you are teaching or training
  • 8. ISD Models
    • Over the course of the field’s history, there have been many attempts to create more specific design models
      • For specific learning domains (ill structured)
      • For specific kinds of learning (problem based)
      • For various theoretical bases (constructivism)
      • For K-12 curriculum (Understanding by Design)
  • 9. ISD Models Jigsaw
    • Using the following websites, in groups of two or three pick two distinct ISD Models and compare them (20-30 minutes)
      • http:// carbon.ucdenver.edu/~mryder/itc_data/idmodels.html
      • http://tip.psychology.org/
      • http://pixel.fhda.edu/id/six_facets.html
      • http://classweb.gmu.edu/ndabbagh/Resources/IDKB/models_theories.htm
    • Report back with a chart in PowerPoint or Word that explains your comparison
  • 10. Assignment
    • Identify an instructional project
    • As best you can, write an instructional goal statement for your project
      • Visit the web sites from the syllabus and read up on goals and how to write them
    • Next class:
      • Identifying and stating needs
      • Note: Class starting late (6:30 PM)

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