So, what on the Earth is Instructional Design!<br />
I am goanna make  you so learned…<br />Imagine you have to create some learning content for a particular group of learners...
Subject Matter Expert<br />You are supplied with tons of material. There is even a subject matter expert to help you out. ...
You<br />However, we have a problem here.<br />
My employees should be able to complete the training in<br />1 <br />hour.  <br />You<br />Client <br />
And did I tell you that training outcomes should be measurable… <br />You<br />Client <br />
What do I do now!!!<br />You<br />
Before…<br />After…<br />Instructional Design <br />Instructional Design (ID) is the systematic process of<br /> translati...
Extra <br />Essential<br />In other words by applying the theories and practices of Instructional Design, you will able to...
Enter here<br />You will also be able structure your content in such a manner that the learners move towards some pre-defi...
Performance <br />During <br />Before <br />After<br />At the end you will be able to measure if the objectives were met. ...
The person who applies these theories and practices of Instructional Design is known as an Instructional Designer (ID).<br...
Sounds cool! But what does this Instructional Designer (ID) person do? <br />
Well, she does exactly the same thing to an e-learning course that a scriptwriter does to a movie. <br />
She creates the foundation of an e-learning course by creating a document known as the storyboard. Like a movie script thi...
Storyboard<br />In the storyboard an ID lays down the content collected and researched from various sources in a structure...
She defines the learning objectives and makes sure that enough content is provided to meet those objectives. <br />
She also designs assessments to measure a learner’s performance. <br />She defines the learning objectives and makes sure ...
The storyboard acts a guideline for the design guy too. <br />It tells what the content should look like, how it will flow...
Awesome! I want to be an Instructional Designer too. Where do I sign?<br />
So you think you are good enough to be an ID.<br />
Don’t Panic.<br />It’s not rocket sceince <br />
5Qualities of an Instructional Design Superstar <br />
1<br />English<br />You should be able to think in English. <br />
2<br />You should be able to communicate. <br />
3<br />Imagine all the people…<br />You should be imaginative.<br />
4<br />You should be a team player. <br />
5<br />You should be an explorer. <br />
Last question! Are there are any specialized courses for learning Instructional Design?<br />
Yes, there are <br />quite a few actually…<br />
You may checkout the following courses:<br />Post Graduate Diploma in Instructional Design (PGDID) from Symbiosis: http://...
Thank You…<br />Shyamanta (Sam) Baruah<br />shyamantab@gmail.com<br />http://twitter.com/#!/Shyamantab<br />http://elearno...
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  1. 1. So, what on the Earth is Instructional Design!<br />
  2. 2. I am goanna make you so learned…<br />Imagine you have to create some learning content for a particular group of learners.<br />
  3. 3. Subject Matter Expert<br />You are supplied with tons of material. There is even a subject matter expert to help you out. <br />In other words, you have enough material to keep the learners reading for at least a month. <br />
  4. 4. You<br />However, we have a problem here.<br />
  5. 5. My employees should be able to complete the training in<br />1 <br />hour. <br />You<br />Client <br />
  6. 6. And did I tell you that training outcomes should be measurable… <br />You<br />Client <br />
  7. 7. What do I do now!!!<br />You<br />
  8. 8. Before…<br />After…<br />Instructional Design <br />Instructional Design (ID) is the systematic process of<br /> translating general principles of learning and <br />instruction into plans for instructional materials <br />and learning. <br />
  9. 9. Extra <br />Essential<br />In other words by applying the theories and practices of Instructional Design, you will able to separate the essential from the extra. <br />You will be able to identify what exactly your learners require.<br />
  10. 10. Enter here<br />You will also be able structure your content in such a manner that the learners move towards some pre-defined learning objectives.<br />
  11. 11. Performance <br />During <br />Before <br />After<br />At the end you will be able to measure if the objectives were met. <br />
  12. 12. The person who applies these theories and practices of Instructional Design is known as an Instructional Designer (ID).<br />ID<br />
  13. 13. Sounds cool! But what does this Instructional Designer (ID) person do? <br />
  14. 14. Well, she does exactly the same thing to an e-learning course that a scriptwriter does to a movie. <br />
  15. 15. She creates the foundation of an e-learning course by creating a document known as the storyboard. Like a movie script this document lists all the details of a course. <br />
  16. 16. Storyboard<br />In the storyboard an ID lays down the content collected and researched from various sources in a structured manner.<br />
  17. 17. She defines the learning objectives and makes sure that enough content is provided to meet those objectives. <br />
  18. 18. She also designs assessments to measure a learner’s performance. <br />She defines the learning objectives and makes sure that enough content is provided to meet those objectives. <br />
  19. 19. The storyboard acts a guideline for the design guy too. <br />It tells what the content should look like, how it will flow, where to sync the voiceover. <br />It also tells what kind of animations/interactivities to be created, where and what kind of images to be used and so on. <br />
  20. 20. Awesome! I want to be an Instructional Designer too. Where do I sign?<br />
  21. 21. So you think you are good enough to be an ID.<br />
  22. 22. Don’t Panic.<br />It’s not rocket sceince <br />
  23. 23. 5Qualities of an Instructional Design Superstar <br />
  24. 24. 1<br />English<br />You should be able to think in English. <br />
  25. 25. 2<br />You should be able to communicate. <br />
  26. 26. 3<br />Imagine all the people…<br />You should be imaginative.<br />
  27. 27. 4<br />You should be a team player. <br />
  28. 28. 5<br />You should be an explorer. <br />
  29. 29. Last question! Are there are any specialized courses for learning Instructional Design?<br />
  30. 30. Yes, there are <br />quite a few actually…<br />
  31. 31. You may checkout the following courses:<br />Post Graduate Diploma in Instructional Design (PGDID) from Symbiosis: http://www.scdl.net/pgdid.asp<br />The Instructional Design and Content Writing Certificate course from Wavelength: http://www.vibrantwavelength.com/idcwc_online.htm<br />4-Credit Online Course on Instructional Design from SNDT University: http://www.det.sndt.ac.in/4credit.htm<br />
  32. 32. Thank You…<br />Shyamanta (Sam) Baruah<br />shyamantab@gmail.com<br />http://twitter.com/#!/Shyamantab<br />http://elearnology.wordpress.com/<br />http://www.flickr.com/photos/shyamantab<br />
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