Introduction to Instructional Design

Education | 2011. 1. 18. 04:14 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

   * The development and delivery of information and activities that are

      created to facilitate attainment of intended, specific learning goals.

Related terms
   * Education: All experiences in which people learn.
   * Training: Instruction focused toward acquiring specific skills that will

      be used immediately.
   * Teaching: Education/Instruction delivered by a person

Three phases of ID process
   * Analysis: Learning contexts, learners, and learning task
   * Strategy development: organizational strategies, delivery strategies,

      and management strategies
   * Evaluation: conduct formative evaluation and revise instruction
Theoretically, ID process is a linear type, but in real practice,

every steps are connected with one another.

Systematic Instructional Design's advantages
   * Provide learner advocacy
   * Promote effective, efficient, and appealing instruction
   * Assist coordination
   * Facilitates dissemination
   * Supports development of alternative delivery
   * Has congruence among objectives, activities, and assessment

Systematic ID's limitations
   * Requires identification of outcomes
   * Requires lead time
   * Is not applicable to non-instructional problems

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