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By: Crystal Brooks
   The very first school    museum opens in St.    Louis, MI   This is the first time    media is used for    instructio...
1908 Keystone View  Company publishes  Visual Education, a  teachers guide to  lantern slides and  stereographs
   The fist catalog of    Instructional films    is published in the    U.S.   Rochester, NY    public schools    system...
1923• National  Education  Association (NEA)  establishes the  Division of Visual  Instruction (DVI)
   Colleges credits    courses are    offered via radio    at the University    of Nebraska
   The evolution from    “visual instruction”    to “audio-visual    instruction” occurs    with technological    advance...
1939-1945• The U.S. military  employs audio visual  instruction• 400 training films,  600 filmstrips  produced by U.S. Air...
 The article, “The Science of Learning and the Art of Teaching” is published by B.F. , Skinner which revolutionizes the f...
 Bloom publishes Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Which helped to classify learning objectives according to the learne...
1957 Sputnik is launched Causes U.S. to invest  millions of dollars into  improving math and  science education Greatly...
1960’s Criterion  referenced tests  are labeled as an  important part of  the instructional  process 1965-The  Condition...
1970 DAVI changes name  from to the  Association for  Educational  Communications and  Technology The term audiovisual  ...
1980-1983 Computers increasingly became a huge part of the instructional process in the United States in :   40% element...
1983-1989 Increasing interest in microcomputers for the instructional process
1990-1999 Cognitive learning theories continue to evolve and new movements emerge such as human performance technology
Sources http://www.slideshare.net/benton44/history-of-instructional-design-    and-technology   www.xtimeline.com/evt/vi...
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A blast from the past in id&t

  1. 1. By: Crystal Brooks
  2. 2.  The very first school museum opens in St. Louis, MI This is the first time media is used for instructional purposes.
  3. 3. 1908 Keystone View Company publishes Visual Education, a teachers guide to lantern slides and stereographs
  4. 4.  The fist catalog of Instructional films is published in the U.S. Rochester, NY public schools system is the first to adopt and use for regular educational use
  5. 5. 1923• National Education Association (NEA) establishes the Division of Visual Instruction (DVI)
  6. 6.  Colleges credits courses are offered via radio at the University of Nebraska
  7. 7.  The evolution from “visual instruction” to “audio-visual instruction” occurs with technological advances in radio broadcasting, sound recordings, and motion pictures
  8. 8. 1939-1945• The U.S. military employs audio visual instruction• 400 training films, 600 filmstrips produced by U.S. Air Force alone• 1941 U.S. forms the Division of Visual Aides for War Training
  9. 9.  The article, “The Science of Learning and the Art of Teaching” is published by B.F. , Skinner which revolutionizes the field of education by focusing on programmed instruction.
  10. 10.  Bloom publishes Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Which helped to classify learning objectives according to the learners’ behavior
  11. 11. 1957 Sputnik is launched Causes U.S. to invest millions of dollars into improving math and science education Greatly impacts the instructional design process
  12. 12. 1960’s Criterion referenced tests are labeled as an important part of the instructional process 1965-The Conditions of Learning is published by Robert Gagne; lists nine events of
  13. 13. 1970 DAVI changes name from to the Association for Educational Communications and Technology The term audiovisual instruction is replaced with educational technology and instructional technology
  14. 14. 1980-1983 Computers increasingly became a huge part of the instructional process in the United States in :  40% elementary schools  75% secondary schools
  15. 15. 1983-1989 Increasing interest in microcomputers for the instructional process
  16. 16. 1990-1999 Cognitive learning theories continue to evolve and new movements emerge such as human performance technology
  17. 17. Sources http://www.slideshare.net/benton44/history-of-instructional-design- and-technology www.xtimeline.com/evt/view.aspx?id=356626 www.buelahman.wordpress.com http://www.yellowstonestereoviews.com/publishers/keystone.html http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/exhibits/carl/pencil/lincolnBiogra pher/CARL107551_seatedLincoln.html www.nea.org/ www.sheilaglazov.com www.tomdufresne.com www.army-technology.com www.diogenesii.wordpress.com www.history.nasa.gov/sputnik www.instructionaldesign.org/Learningtheories www.aect.org/

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