I.D. Casebook: Case Studies in Instructional Design / Edition 3

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With its problem-oriented approach to instructional design, the third edition of The ID CaseBook provides 32 realistic case studies in a wide range of authentic contexts, from K-12 to post-secondary, corporate, and military. The cases and their accompanying discussion questions encourage students to analyze the available information, develop conclusions, and consider alternative possibilities in resolving ID problems.

Features of the Third Edition include:

  • NEW! Nine cases have been added, increasing the variety of contents, contexts, and audiences encompassed by the text.
  • NEW! Case matrix on the inside front cover allows you to quickly identify which cases are most appropriate for your course.
  • Preliminary Analysis Questions in each case stimulate readers’ thinking by asking them to discuss the relevant issues, consider the situation from multiple perspectives, develop a solution, and foresee the possible resulting consequences.
  • Implications for ID Practice in each case encourage readers to expand their thinking on the case issues, from theoretical and practical viewpoints of instructional design.

Praise for the Second Edition:

“What the ID CaseBook does is give our students more experiences than they could possibly cram into a course or semester. Through the cases they visit schools, companies, and government agencies. They see people grappling well, and often not so well, with realistic challenges. It's a very useful resource.”

-- Allison Rossett, San Diego State University

“The cases in the ID CaseBook replicate real ID and performance problems, as well as promote multiple viewpoints and learning outcomes. In my experience, with several learner populations, the biggest benefit has been in uncovering learners’ implicit world-views.”

-- Kathleen W. Ingram, Logistics Services International, Inc.

The ID CaseBook is extremely effective in engaging students in my online instructional design courses through directed group discussions of the excellent case learning situations.

-- Sallie J. Johnson, Troy University

The second edition of the ID CaseBook received the 2002 award for Outstanding Book in the Field of Instructional Design from the Association of Educational Communications and Technology.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131717053
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 8/14/2006
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 7.66 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I. The Case Learning Process: Strategies and Reflections

by Peggy A. Ertmer and James Quinn

Part II. Case Studies

K-12 Audience/Context

1. Scott Allen: Designing Learning Objects for Primary Learners

by Sue Bennett, Lori Lockyer, and Barry Harper

2. Denny Clifford: Designing Learning Experiences for Middle School Science Teachers

by Peggy A. Ertmer and Katherine S. Cennamo

3. Carla Fox: Implementing Change in a K-12 Environment

by Kara Dawson, Rose Pringle, and Skip Marshall

4. Suzanne Garner: Allocating Resources to Meet Multiple Needs

by Teresa Franklin

5. Don Garthon and Susan Harper: Professional Development for K-6 Teachers in Remote Areas

by John G. Hedberg

6. Jacci Joya: Addressing the Technology Needs of K-12 Teachers

by Julie Muelhausen and Peggy A. Ertmer

7. Tina Sears: Evaluating the Impact of a K-12 Laptop Program

by Michael M. Grant, Deborah L. Lowther, and Stephen M. Ross

8. Maya Thomas: Implementing New Instructional Approaches in a K-12 Setting

by Chandra Orrill and Janette Hill

Post-secondary Audience/Context

9. Jackie Adams: Evaluating a Federally-Funded Faculty Training Program

by Melissa J. Dark

10. Ross Caslon: Supporting Faculty Use of a Course Management System

by Ann Kovalchick

11. Jennie Davenport and Pedro Lopez: Converting a Powerful Workshop to an Online Format

by Simon Hooper and Aaron Doering

12. Malcolm Gibson: Designing Authentic Online Experiences for Adult Learners

by Joanna C. Dunlap

13. Pat Kelsoe and Jean Fallon: Implementing Innovation within an Established Curriculum

by Carol S. Kamin and Brent G. Wilson

14. Ricardo Martinez: Meeting Challenges in the Delivery of Online Instruction

by Patti Shank

15. Beth Owens: Addressing Multiple Perspectives and Constraints in ID Practice

by Michael L. Wray and Brent G. Wilson

16. Frank Tawl and Semra Senbetto: Designing Curriculum for Southeast Asian Trainers

by Peggy A. Ertmer and Walter Dick

17. Elizabeth Ward and Catherine Peterson: Repurposing a Course for Online Delivery

by Christine L.Thornam and Lauren Clark

Corporate Audience/Context

18. Abby Carlin: Documenting Processes in a Manufacturing Setting

by Monica W. Tracey

19. Iris Daniels: Cross-Cultural Challenges in Designing Instruction

by Timothy W. Spannaus and Toni Stokes Jones

20. Sam Gonzales: Measuring Learning and Performance

by Brenda Sugrue

21. Craig Gregersen: Balancing a Range of Stakeholder Interests when Designing Instruction

by Stephen Dundis

22. Scott Hunter: Developing Online Assessment in an International Setting

by David L. Solomon

23. Margaret Janson: Developing Learning Objects for Adult Learners

by Rod Sims and Naomi Waldron

24. David Jimenez: Performance Improvement of Engineers

by Martha Mann, Valerie A. Larsen, and Mable Kinzie

25. Davey Jones: Designing an Electronic Performance Support System

by Gary Elsbernd and Donald A. Stepich

26. Diane King: Rapid Design Approach to Designing Instruction

by Ronnie Hendel-Giller and Donald A. Stepich

27. Austin McGwire and Ken Casey: Managing the Development of Blended Instruction

by I. Andrew Teasdale and Sean R. Tangney

28. Natalie Morales: Managing Training in a Manufacturing Setting

by Krista D. Simons and Shanna M. Salter

29. Catherine Nelson: Managing Processes and People in an Instructional Design Project

by Linda Lohr and Laura Summers

30. Andrew Stewart: Managing Consulting Activities in an Evaluation Context

by Steven M. Ross and Gary R. Morrison

31. Alan Wydell: Addressing Issues on Informed Consent in a Hospital Setting

by Nada Dabbagh

Military Audiences/Contexts

32. Andrew Brown and Deborah Frye: Evaluating Online Instruction

by Thomas Brush, William Sugar, and Jeannie Brush

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