Provides a practical approach to the instructional design process with applications to a variety of settings and situations. The authors have incorporated both behavioral and cognitive approaches into the model to appeal to diverse audiences. Any single project could include only one approach or a combination of the two approaches. Featuring a strong emphasis on designing instruction in a business setting, the authors also present an approach that is applicable to those in K-12 classrooms and in higher education.
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to the Instructional Design Process.
Chapter 2: Identifying the Need for Instruction.
Chapter 3: Learner and Contextual Analysis.
Chapter 4: Task Analysis.
Chapter 5: Instructional Objectives.
Chapter 6: Designing the Instruction: Sequencing.
Chapter 7: Designing the Instruction: Strategies.
Chapter 8: Designing the Instructional Message.
Chapter 9: Developing Instructional Materials.
Chapter 10: Design Considerations for Technology-Based Instruction.
Chapter 11: The Many Faces of Evaluation.
Chapter 12: Developing Evaluation Instruments.
Chapter 13: Using Evaluation to Enhance Programs: Conducting Formative and Summative Evaluations.
Chapter 14: Learning Theory and Instructional Theory.
Chapter 15: Planning for Instructional Implementation.
Chapter 16: Instructional Design Project Management.
Appendix A: Sample Design Document.
Appendix B: Sample Unit.