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  1. 1. UNIT 3: INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNS Presented By: Rosechel L Violeta BSEDEN 3-1
  2. 2. Types of I.D Desired Learning Outcomes After studying this unit, the students will be able to:  Identify instructional designs and its assumptions.  Discover the different types and models of Instructional Designs.  Understand the Components and Principles of Instructional Designs.  Compose an essay by applying Instructional Design in their life.  Match correctly the Instructional Designs.
  3. 3. Types of I.D both digital and physical, in a consistent and reliable fashion toward an efficient, effective, appealing, engaging and inspiring acquisition of knowledge. OVERVIEW Instructional design (ID), also known as instructional systems design is the practice of systematically designing, developing and delivering instructional products and instructional products and experiences,
  4. 4. Instructional Design Assumptio ns of ID Types of ID Compone nts of ID Models of ID History of ID This is called as the fourth part of Educational Technology. It’s historically and traditionally Rooted in cognitive and Behavioral Psychology. Instructional designs are Consist of eight Assumptions. Instructional Design has Three types. It has four basic components. It consists of 5 models.
  5. 5. Principles Of ID Reference s Models of I.D Strategie s Of ID It has five basic Principles. Prepare for 30-item quiz. Quiz It has three strategies for SMART change.
  6. 6. Types of I.D  It composed of two words: Instruction and Design.  To Derick Unnwin “it was concerned application of modern skills and techniques of requirement of education and training”.  To David Merrill “Instructional Design is the process of specifying particular environmental situations which cause the learner to interact in such a way that specified changes occurs in his behavior”.  It a systematic development using learning to ensure the quality of instructions.
  7. 7. Types of I.D Models of I.D 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s Since 2010 History of Instructional Design 1950 Bloom published an influential taxonomy that has 3 learning domain. 1960 Glaser introduced “criterion-referenced measures” and Scriven suggested the need for formative assessment to try out instructional materials for learners.
  8. 8. Types of I.D Models of I.D 1970 The number of instructional design models greatly increased in different sectors in military, academia and industry. 1980 Instructional design continue to be strong and there’s was little evolution of ID in schools or higher education. 1990 The influence of constructivist theory on ID became more prominent Since 2010 Online learning became common. Technology advances permitted sophisticated simulations with authentic and realistic learning experiences.
  9. 9. Types of I.D Models of I.D Assumptions of Instructional Designs Based on teaching principle. Easily accepts the conceptual facts for testing. Computerized designs supports instructional designs Regulations and structure are all important to ID. Patterns are necessary for the measurement of ID. Teaching is both art and science. Teacher is developed through effective teaching. All the phases are important in ID.
  10. 10. Types of I.D Models of I.D Types of Instructional Designs 1 • Training Psychology Design 2 • Cybernetics Design 3 • System Approach Training Psychology Design  Mainly Concentrates on task analysis and Related elements of teaching.  This method was used in military bombers  Its viable design for writing goals in terms of develop skills in teacher.
  11. 11. Types of I.D Models of I.D Utility of Training Psychology Design 1. its very useful for developing teacher training model. 2. It supports development of instruction. 3. It provides an appropriate sequence. 4. Branching Programmed learning is a result of it. 5. Solves the experimental problem. 6. To improve existing training programs. 7. Helps to organize real education training programs. 8.While respecting the individual diversity of students. 9. Has important role in preparation. 10. Makes teaching more effective.
  12. 12. Types of I.D Models of I.D Cybernetics Design  Came from a Greek word “Kybernets” which means Pilot or Governer.  The word “Kybornets” means to “govern”  It as Science of Communications and Control.  Control means mutual relation. Three Basic ELEMENTS of Cybernetics Design Input Output Proce- ssor
  13. 13. Types of I.D Models of I.D Utility of Cybernetics Design 1. Makes educational process more organized and scientific. 2. Specifies the principles of lineal progam learning. 3. Display universal form of teaching. 4. Makes it progressive. 5. Teachers understand the teaching more. 6.Learned behavior using control. 7. Learning behavior can be organized. 8. Helpful in class instruction. 9. Creating new teaching methods. 10. Emphasize individual instruction. 11. Innovative Philosophies as a result of its feedback.
  14. 14. Types of I.D Models of I.D System Approach  It was born during Second World War.  An organized and complex whole.  It mutually has dependent parts but each include many subsystem.  This term overs a body of theory and practice of system analysis. Three PARTS of System Approach Goal Process Contents
  15. 15. Types of I.D Models of I.D Utility of System Approach 1. It presents the scientific analytical approach that can solve the complex problems. 2. Can be made more advanced and useful through education- training programs. 3. Proved to be viable in the study. 4. Best approach to bring fair in educational system. 5. Familiarizes students with the goals and give them perfect learning experience. 6. The preparation of educational materials, control and management of the educational environment has proven to be quite helpful.
  16. 16. Types of I.D Models of I.D Components of Instructional Designs Analysis Design Development Evaluation Analysis  Includes understanding the needs and learners including why a training or learning solution is required. Design and Development  Includes the actual design and development of the instructional materials.
  17. 17. Types of I.D Models of I.D Evaluation  Looks at how you determine if your training or learning solution was successful. Models of Instructional Designs ADDIE model Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction ASSURE model Merrill’s Principle of Instruction The KEMP Instructional Design Model
  18. 18. Types of I.D Models of I.D ADDIE model Analysis- identify is the training is equired. Design-Create , Follow, and choose appropriate media and delivery methods. Development- The output is used here for developing the course,. Implementation- implantation of the course . Evaluation- This involves taking feedback on the courses.
  19. 19. Types of I.D Models of I.D Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction  introduced the nine events of Instruction, based on the internal and external cognitive factors that contribute to learning.  The internal factors are the learner’s prior knowledge, while the external factors are outside stimuli.
  20. 20. Types of I.D Models of I.D ASSURE model  The ASSURE model was developed by Heinrich and Molenda in 1999.  This model is more suitable for the blended learning approach.
  21. 21. Types of I.D Models of I.D Merrill’s Principle of Instruction  Proposed by David Merril in 2002, this framework integrates five principles of learning, namely: 1. Task-centered principle 2. Activation principle 3. Demonstration principle 4. Application principle 5. Integration principle
  22. 22. Types of I.D Models of I.D The KEMP Instructional Design Model  Also known as the Morrison, Ross, and Kemp Model  This instructional design framework outlines nine circular, non-linear stages.
  23. 23. Types of I.D Models of I.D 5 Basic Principles Of Instructional Systems Design Instructional Design Should Proceed at an Efficient Pace. Instructional Design Should Contextualize Information Design your corrse to be learner Community-Based. Include Opportunities to produce Original Content. Create fair evaluation tools. 1 2 3 4 5
  24. 24. Types of I.D Models of I.D 3 Instructional Design Strategies for SMART Change • Ask the Right Questions For SMART Change. 1 • Engage the Right Stakeholders 2 • Design for Performance Support 3
  25. 25. Types of I.D Models of I.D INSTRUCTIONS: This QUIZ is to determine your understanding about Unit 3 of INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN. “Good Luck!”
  26. 26. Types of I.D Models of I.D I. IDENTIFICATION Directions: Read the following statements carefully and write the words that corresponds on the statement. (1pt each) _______1. The fourth part of technology is called as? _________2. This type is process of called cybernetics system. _______3. This method was first used for the training of military bombers. _______4. It outlines nine circular, non-linear stages. II. Multiple Choice Directions: Choose the correct answer. (1pt each) 1. This approach was born during the second world war. A. Training Psychology Design B. Cybernetics Design C. System Approach D. Cognitive Approach 2. Through this, information or material
  27. 27. Types of I.D Models of I.D are used in the revision and refinement. A. Input B. Processor C. Output D. Instructional Design 3. What is the Greek word of Cybernetics which mean Prior or Governor? A. Kybernets B. Kybernots C. Kybarnets D. Kybirnets 4. Who proposed Merrill’s Principle of Instruction? A. David B. Dave C. Diva D. Dina
  28. 28. Types of I.D Models of I.D III. MATCHING TYPE Directions: Match the following. (1pt each) A B ___1. “Instructional Design is the process of specifying particular environmental situations” ___2. “it was concerned application of modern skills and techniques of requirement of education and training”. ___3. He introduced the nine events of Instruction, based on the internal and A. Instructional Design B. Derick Unnwin C. Robert Gagne D. David Merrill E. Benjamin Bloom A B external cognitive factors that contribute to learning. ___4. He published an influential taxonomy that has 3 learning domain. ___5. It a systematic development using learning to ensure the quality of instructions.
  29. 29. Types of I.D Models of I.D IV. ENUMERATION Directions: Enumerate the following. 1-3) Enumerate the three types of INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN. 4-7) Enumerate the four out of five models of INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN. V. ESSAY “As a future educator, how will you apply the importance of Instructional Designs in the teaching field?” Criteria- Content- 50% - Creativity- 20% - Concreteness- 30% Total: 100%
  30. 30. I. IDENTIFICATION _______1. The fourth part of technology is called as? _________ 2 . This type is process of called cybernetics system. _______3. This method was first used for the training of military bombers. _______4. It outlines nine circular, non-linear stages. Types of I.D Models of I.D I. IDENTIFICATION 1. Instructional Design 2. Closed Loop System 3. Teaching Psychology Design 4. The KEMP Instructional Design Model. II. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. C 3. A 2. B 4. A III. MATCHING TYPE 1. D 2. B 3. C 4. E 5. A
  31. 31. I. IDENTIFICATION _______1. The fourth part of technology is called as? _________ 2 . This type is process of called cybernetics system. _______3. This method was first used for the training of military bombers. _______4. It outlines nine circular, non-linear stages. Types of I.D Models of I.D IV. ENUMERATION 1. Training Psychology Design 2. Cybernetics Design 3. System Approach 4. ADDIE model 5. Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction 6. ASSURE model 7. Merrill’s Principle of Instruction V. ESSAY Criteria- Content- 50% - Creativity- 20% - Concreteness- 30% Total: 100%
  32. 32. Types of I.D Models of I.D References:  Iverson, A. (2017). 3 Instructional Design Strategies for SMART Change. Retrieved November 17, 2017 from https://info.alleninteractions.com/thr ee-instructional-design-strategies-for- smart-change. References:  Moloney, D. (2018). 5 Basic Principles Of Instructional Systems Design. Retrieved September 5, 2018 from https://elearningindustry.com/ins tructional-systems-design-5-basic- principles.
  33. 33. Types of I.D Models of I.D References:  Sanal, A. (2018). 5 Types Of Instructional Design Models. Retrieved July 1, 2018 from https://playxlpro.com/5-different- types-of-instructional-design- models/. References:  Siemens, G. (2002). Instructional design in elearning. Retrieved January, 21, 2013 from http://www.elearnspace.org/Articl es/InstructionalDesign.htm.
  34. 34. Types of I.D Models of I.D References:  Surhurt, K. (2017). Definitions of Instructional Design. Retrieved October 7, 2017 from https://educationaltechnology.net/def initions-instructional-design/.
  35. 35. Types of I.D Models of I.D
  36. 36. UNIT 3: INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNS Presented By: Rosechel L Violeta BSEDEN 3-1

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