Rapid Prototyping         Instructional Design Models              Whitney Kilgore, MS                   CECS 6020        ...
When you want houseplants,do you buy the seeds?
Rapid Prototyping          What is it?• Rapid prototyping. In a design process, early  development of a small-scale protot...
It can be hard to get started with a blank page
A great template makes…    online course development    “move-in ready”
Click on Mr. Eastwood…
Course Prototype Needed• Simplifies the navigation – SAVES STUDENT TIME
Simple Navigation is Critical!
Think about the Student
QM and Rapid                            Prototyping• Begin with the end in mind - Quality• QM Essential Elements included ...
Why use it?• RID Template – SAVES FACULTY TIME• Improved student retention/completion  o https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/simon...
QM Essential Elements• Course Overview and Introduction• Learning Objectives (Competencies)• Assessment and Measurement• I...
References•   http://www.instructionaldesign.org/models/rapid_prototyping.html•   Piskurich, George M. (2000) Rapid Instru...
References• Jones & Thackaberry. Preparing for Success with  Innovative Templates and Tools. Tucson, AZ. Quality  Matters ...
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Rapid prototyping CECS 6020

  1. 1. Rapid Prototyping Instructional Design Models Whitney Kilgore, MS CECS 6020 University of North Texas
  2. 2. When you want houseplants,do you buy the seeds?
  3. 3. Rapid Prototyping What is it?• Rapid prototyping. In a design process, early development of a small-scale prototype used to test out certain key features of the design.• Would you build a house without a blueprint?
  4. 4. It can be hard to get started with a blank page
  5. 5. A great template makes… online course development “move-in ready”
  6. 6. Click on Mr. Eastwood…
  7. 7. Course Prototype Needed• Simplifies the navigation – SAVES STUDENT TIME
  8. 8. Simple Navigation is Critical!
  9. 9. Think about the Student
  10. 10. QM and Rapid Prototyping• Begin with the end in mind - Quality• QM Essential Elements included in the template• Simplifies the course design processhttp://facultyecommons.com/the-ap-prototype-simplifying-high-quality-course-design/
  11. 11. Why use it?• RID Template – SAVES FACULTY TIME• Improved student retention/completion o https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/simonec/public/Motivation%20retention%20 articles/Articles/Dietz-Uhler_DesigningOnlineToPromoteRetention.pdf
  12. 12. QM Essential Elements• Course Overview and Introduction• Learning Objectives (Competencies)• Assessment and Measurement• Instructional Materials• Learner Interaction and Engagement• Course Technology• Learner Support• Accessibility
  13. 13. References• http://www.instructionaldesign.org/models/rapid_prototyping.html• Piskurich, George M. (2000) Rapid Instructional Design. Learning ID fast and Right. San Francsico: Jossey.
• Stokes, Jones Toni and Richey, Rita C. (2000) Rapid prototyping methodology in action: A developmental study. Educational Technology and Development, 48(2), 63-80.
• Wilson, B.G., Jonassen, D.H., & Cole, P. (1993). Cognitive aproaches to instructional design. The ASTD hanbook of instructional technology, 21.1- 21.22). New York: McGraw-Hill. Retrieved from http://carbon.cudenver.edu/~bwilson/training.html on April 22, 2005.• Kilgore, W. & Penrose, D. (2009) Rapid Instructional Design, SunGard Summit, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  14. 14. References• Jones & Thackaberry. Preparing for Success with Innovative Templates and Tools. Tucson, AZ. Quality Matters 4th Annual Conference, October 2-6, 2012.• https://pantherfile.uwm.edu/simonec/public/Motivation %20retention%20articles/Articles/Dietz- Uhler_DesigningOnlineToPromoteRetention.pdf• http://www- personal.umich.edu/~jmargeru/prototyping/#rapid_prot otyping• http://www.dashe.com/blog/social-learning/rapid- instructional-design-for-accelerated-learning/

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