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Title: Instructional Design Process Author: o_anderson Last modified by: m_heckard Created Date: 3/8/2004 9:34:16 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Instructional Design Process


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Literacy
Textual The ability to read and write Oral
The ability to listen and speak Visual The
ability to interpret visual messages accurately
and to create such messages Computer The
ability to use computers productively Technologica
l Technical skills required for using
information technology in education and the
workplace
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Learning
  • The development of new knowledge, skills, or
    attitudes as individuals interact with
    information and the environment

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Instruction
  • Arrangement of information and environment to
    facilitate learning

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Technology
  • A process of devising reliable and repeatable
    solutions to tasks
  • The hardware and software that results from the
    application of technological processes
  • A mix of process and product used in instances
    where the context refers to the combination of
    technological processes and resultant products or
    where the process is inseparable from the product

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DALES Cone of Experience
Verbal Symbols
ABSTRACT
Visuals Symbols
Still Pictures,Radio etc
ICONIC
Motion Pictures
Television
Exhibits
Field trips
ENACTIVE
Demonstrations
Dramatized Experiences
Contrived Experiences
Direct Purposeful Experiences
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Pause
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Instructional Design Process
  • Answer three basic questions
  • Where are we going?
  • How will we get there?
  • How will we know when we have arrived?

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Dick Carey Model
Revise Instruction
Conduct Instructional Analysis
Assesses Needs to Identify Goals
Develop Assessment Instruments
Write Performance Objectives
Develop Instructional Strategy
Design and Conduct Formative Evaluation
Develop and Select Instructional Materials
Analyze Learners and Context
Design and Conduct Summative Evaluation
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ADDIE Model
  • Analysis
  • Needs Analysis
  • Identify problem and solution
  • Content Analysis
  • What is to be taught
  • Learner Analysis
  • Who will be receiving the lesson
  • Environment
  • What equipment locations are available

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ADDIE Model
  • Design
  • Write Objectives
  • Create Assessment
  • Tests
  • Practice activities
  • Organize Lesson Plans
  • Create Lesson Strategies
  • Introduce and present content
  • Include learner participation
  • Include learner evaluation
  • Determine Delivery Method

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ADDIE Model
  • Develop
  • Produce Media Resources
  • Audio
  • Graphics, Text
  • Video
  • Practice activities
  • Create Instructor Manuals
  • Prepare Participant Materials
  • Rehearse the Presentation

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ADDIE Model
  • Implementation
  • Schedule time, location and equipment and
    personnel
  • Establish student communications
  • email, listserv, chat rooms, meetings
  • Present the Lessons

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ADDIE Model
  • Evalution
  • Content Evaluation
  • Expert review of lesson content, organization
    and strategies
  • Prototype Evaluation
  • Learner Evaluation
  • Knowledge of content (observation, tests,
    questionnaires and interviews)
  • Student Participation
  • Use of equipment techniques
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