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An overview of rapid prototyping, including the pros and cons to implementation. In particular, this presentation looks at comparisons to traditional instructional design.

An overview of rapid prototyping, including the pros and cons to implementation. In particular, this presentation looks at comparisons to traditional instructional design.

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Rapid Prototyping for eLearning Rapid Prototyping for eLearning Presentation Transcript

  • Developing Interactive Learning Environments
    Rapid Prototyping
    Michael M. Grant 2010
    Image from Dude Crush at http://www.flickr.com/photos/haniamir/2068526512/
  • I first encountered the problematic relationship between plans and situated actions when, after years of trying to follow Gagné's theory of instructional design, I repeatedly found myself, as an instructional designer, making ad hoc decisions throughout the design and development process. At first, I attributed this discrepancy to my own inexperience as an instructional designer. Later, when I became more experienced, I attributed it to the incompleteness of instructional design theories. Theories were, after all, only robust and mature at the end of a long developmental process, and instructional design theories had a very short history. Lately, however, I have begun to believe that the discrepancy between instructional design theories and instructional design practice will never be resolved because instructional design practice will always be a form of situated activity (i.e. depend on the specific, concrete, and unique circumstances of the project I am working on).
    from Streibel, M. (1991). Instructional plans and situated learning: The challenge of Suchman's theory of situated action for instructional designers and instructional systems. In Gary Anglin (Ed.),Instructional technology: Past, Present, and Future (pp. 122). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
  • from Rieber(1999)
  • Process
  • History of Rapid Prototyping
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  • Risks & Rewards
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  • Types of Prototypes
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  • Image from Allen Interactions
  • Image from Allen Interactions
  • Advantages & Disadvantages
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  • Tips to Remember
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  • Design + Development
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  • from Tripp, S., & Bichelmeyer, B. (1990)
  • References
    Allen, M. (2007). Designing successful e-Learning, Michael Allen's online learning library: Forget what you know about instructional design and do something interesting. San Francisco: Pfeiffer.
     
    Allen Interactions. (n.d.) Supervisor effectiveness: Employee security [interactive module, images]. Retrieved February 4, 2010 from http://www.alleninteractions.com/demos/corning/course/supervisoreffectiveness.swf
    Lynch, M.M. & Roecker, J. (2007). Project managing e-learning: A handbook for successful design, delivery and management. New York: Routledge.
    Piskurich, G.M. (2006). Rapid instructional design: Learning ID fast and right (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Pfeiffer.
    Rieber, L.P. (1999). Comparing design and development within rapid prototyping and formative evaluation [image]. Retrieved February 4, 2010 from http://it.coe.uga.edu/studio/seminars/rpfe.html
    Streibel, M. (1991). Instructional plans and situated learning: The challenge of Suchman's theory of situated action for instructional designers and instructional systems. In G.Anglin (Ed.),Instructional technology: Past, Present, and Future (pp. 122). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.
    Tripp, S., & Bichelmeyer, B. (1990). Rapid prototyping: An alternative instructional design strategy [image]. Educational Technology Research & Development, 38(1), 31-44.