Instructional Design / Edition 1

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Overview

This book guides students through the Instructional Design process using a systematic approach to developing instruction through a cycle of questions familiar to teachers. The text presents Instructional Design as a systematic tool to help teachers make clear decisions about instructional methods—in terms of learning outcomes, assessment, actual classroom teaching, and technology—and to reflect on these decisions. Teachers using this text will actively design units of instruction in an organized fashion with the aid of structured tasks (Design Activities), numerous examples, and sample lesson plans.

Features

  • Design Activities, including reflective questions, support development of lessons and units (Chs. 1–10) and encourage students to learn Instructional Design.
  • Instructional Design decisions are FRAMED as teacher decisions, via a cycle of questions regarding learning outcomes, assessment, teaching, and technology that clearly illustrate alignment and clarity of teaching decisions (Chapters 4–8).
  • Critical issues such as working with specific populations, diversity, technology, and professional development are discussed throughout the text so that teachers can develop lessons that address these concerns.
  • Each chapter supports INTASC core standards and NCATE expectations that focus on connecting Instructional Design to teaching and on the requirements for documenting teaching.
  • Reflective Teaching (comments on each chapter by an actual teacher), Teacher Inquiry (prompting teachers to think about studying their own teaching), and Resources (further reading, both print and Web-based) at the end of each chapter provide additional challenges and practice for students.
  • Needs Assessment is viewed in the context of learning about one's classroom and closely integrating that knowledge into the teacher’s world (Chapter 3).
  • Instructional Design is modeled through the use of fonts, line spacing, and the blend of text with graphics and tables.
  • The Instructor’s Manual, with Focus Questions, Design Activities, Teacher Inquiries, Web links, and articles, is available electronically by contacting your local representative.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205389667
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 7/29/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Design Activities.

Note to Readers and Instructors.

How Can Instructional Design Improve My Teaching?

Using this Text.

Acknowledgments.

I. MAKING CONNECTIONS.1. Connecting Learning and Teaching.

What is Learning? What is Instruction?

Learning Principles List.

What is Effective Teaching?

Your Mission Statement.

2. Connecting Planning and Designing.

Design a Lesson.

How Teachers Plan.

Critique an ID Model.

II. UNDERSTANDING YOUR CLASSROOM.

3. Learning About Content, Learners, and Context.

Thinking About Content.

Learner Profile.

Learning Context.

Pre-lesson Thinking.

III. DEVELOPING LESSONS.

4. Determining Learning Outcomes.

Learning Topics and Learning Outcomes.

Lesson Search and Evaluation.

Lesson Plan Draft.

5. Exploring Assessment Options.

Views on Assessment.

Matching Learning Outcomes with Assessment Tools.

Develop a Rubric.

Assessment Overview.

6. Exploring Teaching Options.

View of Teaching.

Instructional Events.

Teaching Options for Lessons.

7. Exploring Technology Options.

Wrap-Up: Completing Your Lessons.

Revised Lesson Plans.

IV DEVELOPING UNITS.

8. Designing and Teaching Units.

Unit Intent Statement.

Pre-unit Thinking.

Unit Overview.

Wrap-Up: Completing Your Unit.

Unit Outline and Checklist.

Unit Evaluation.

V. GROWING AS A TEACHER.

9. Developing Curriculum.

Content Area Standards Using an Integrated Curriculum.

School Themes.

10. Reflecting on Your Learning.

Evaluate Your Learning.

Re-evaluate Your View of Teaching.

Re-evaluate Your Planning Process.

Choose a National Board Certification Area.

Improve Your Technology Skills.

Develop a Professional Development Plan.

Glossary.

Index.

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