Instructional Design II

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Instructional Design II

Advanced Instructional Design

Advanced Instructional Design

Elaboration Theory

18 pages-Reigeluth-2012Website-Instructional TheoriesInterviewwith Reigeluth2003 Paper2009 Paper

Planning Online Course

Gordon & ZemkeCompareG & Z, & RAttackonISD, G&Z

Beh, Cog, Con, Des, Pres Theories

How to build the perfect instruction!

1. Follow the best theory.2. What's the best theory?3. Hmmm..................... 1 Explain the instructional design process and its purpose 2 Compare instructional design models and identify their similarities and differences 3 Discuss the strengths and weaknesses in the instructional design process 4 Utilize instructional design models to design instruction

1. Provide the goal2. Provide the information3. Student practices and thinks about what they are learning4. Teachers check and guide5. Students are motivated by reward

Set up a path



1. What are all the ways to teach?2. How do you know which way to use and when??

Descriptive Theory: What we seePrescriptive Theory: What to do (Design Theory!)



Depends!The learning..The learner..The place..The time..The cost..ANDHow well..How quick..How liked..

More detailed more useful..Detailed but flexible..May or may not work..Reflects values..

How people learnHow the teacher plans

What is taught

14 years ago Reigeluth propose a systemic change in instruction.All reach potential.Active learning. Authentic tasks. Guide on side.Internet. Teams.Self direction. Choices.Technology. Ability to try again.Student designs.

The What

MethodsPBLTutorialApprenticeshipSimulationsDebateProjectLectureField TripLaboratory

The How


Tell, show, do.



To Use or Not to Use?

To Use or Not to Use?



4C-ID Model (Jeroen van Merriënboer), Algo-Heuristic Theory (Lev Landa),ADDIE Model | Weaknesses of the ADDIE model. ARCS (John Keller). ASSURE (Heinich, Molenda, Russel, and Smaldino). Backward Design (Wiggins & McTighe). Conditions of Learning (Robert Gagne). Component Display Theory (David Merrill). Criterion Referenced Instruction (Robert Mager). Dick and Carey. Elaboration Theory. Gerlach-Ely Model. Hannafin-Peck Model. Kirk and Gustafson Model. Instructional Systems Design ISD. Integrative Learning Design Framework for Online Learning.(Debbaugh). Iterative Design. Spiral Model (Boehm). Rapid Prototyping (Tripp & Bichelmeyer). Kemp Design Model (Morrison, Ross, and Kemp). Organizational Elements Model (OEM) (Roger Kaufman). Transactional Distance (Michael Moore). Cognitive Apprenticeship. Discovery Learning. Empathic instructional design. Goal-based scenarios