The Essentials of Instructional Design

Connecting Fundamental Principles with Process and Practice, Third Edition
Author: Abbie H. Brown,Timothy D. Green
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317633156
Category: Education
Page: 232
View: 1295
The Essentials of Instructional Design, 3rd Edition introduces the essential elements of instructional design (ID) to students who are new to ID. The key procedures within the ID process—learner analysis, task analysis, needs analysis, developing goals and objectives, organizing instruction, developing instructional activities, assessing learner achievement and evaluating the success of the instructional design—are covered in complete chapters that describe and provide examples of how the procedure is accomplished using the best known instructional design models. Unlike most other ID books, The Essentials of Instructional Design provides an overview of the principles and practice of ID without placing emphasis on any one ID model. Offering the voices of instructional designers from a number of professional settings and providing real-life examples from across sectors, students learn how professional organizations put the various ID processes into practice. This introductory textbook provides students with the information they need to make informed decisions as they design and develop instruction, offering them a variety of possible approaches for each step in the ID process and clearly explaining the strengths and challenges associated with each approach.

Instructional Design: Case Studies in Communities of Practice

Case Studies in Communities of Practice
Author: Keppell, Michael J.
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1599043246
Category: Education
Page: 426
View: 4918
Instructional designers hold the responsibility of selecting, sequencing, synthesizing, and summarizing unfamiliar content to subject matter experts. To successfully achieve legitimate participation in communities of practice, instructional designers need to utilize a number of communication strategies to optimize the interaction with the subject matter expert. Instructional Design: Case Studies in Communities of Practice documents real-world experiences of instructional designers and staff developers who work in communities of practice. Instructional Design: Case Studies in Communities of Practice explains the strategies and heuristics used by instructional designers when working in different settings, articulates the sophistication of communication strategies when working with subject matter experts, and provides insight into the range of knowledge, skills, and personal characteristics required to complete the tasks expected of them.

Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace, Instructional Design and Training Delivery

Author: Kenneth H. Silber,Wellesley R. Foshay
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047019068X
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 800
View: 6861
Each volume in this set provides a current review of all information available for the three core areas of improving performance in the workplace: instructional design and training delivery, intervention selection and implementation, measurement and evaluation.

Instructional Design: International Perspectives I

Volume I: Theory, Research, and Models:volume Ii: Solving Instructional Design Problems
Author: Sanne Dijkstra,Franz Schott,Norbert Seel,Robert D. Tennyson,Norbert M. Seel
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136480153
Category: Education
Page: 496
View: 1528
Instructional design theory and practice has evolved over the past 30 years from an initial narrow focus on programmed instruction to a multidimensional field of study integrating psychology, technology, evaluation, measurement, and management. The growth of instructional design (ID) has occurred because of direct needs, problems, and goals from society. Its application in planning instruction first developed in the United States with the Department of Defense during World War II with the purpose of meeting immediate concerns for effective training of larger numbers of military personnel. From the beginning, ID has rapidly expanded into applications in industrial and executive training, vocational training, classroom learning, and professional education. Although ID has its roots in the U.S., applications and theoretical growth is an international activity. However, literature at the international level is still limited to either individual author contributions or collections primarily represented by single countries. As a result, there is no standard reference source that contains the rich variety of theories and applications to form the international foundation for the field. The goal of this two-volume set is to establish international foundations for ID theory, research, and practice within the framework of the two following objectives: * to identify and define the theoretical, research, and model foundations for ID, and * to bridge the gap between ID foundations and application. Volume I includes chapters on philosophical and theoretical issues on learning theory and ID models. Volume II provides an overview of the state of the art of solving ID problems. The contributors offer contrasting points of view which provide a rare opportunity to see the diversity and complexity in the field. The editorial committee has selected a wide range of internationally known authors to make presentations in the topic areas of the field.

Instructional Design

Author: Patricia L. Smith,Tillman J. Ragan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471393533
Category: Education
Page: 383
View: 4624
I. Introduction II. Analysis and assessment III. Instructional strategies IV. Implementation, management, and evaluation V. Conclusion.

Mastering the Instructional Design Process

A Systematic Approach
Author: William J. Rothwell,H. C. Kazanas
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470573709
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 528
View: 6692
The fourth edition of Mastering the Instructional Design Process has been completely revised and updated and is based on the instructional design competencies of the International Board of Standards of Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI). The book identifies the core competencies of instructional system design and presents them in a way that helps to develop these competencies and apply them successfully in real-world settings. This comprehensive resource covers the full range of topics for understanding and mastering the instructional design process including: detecting and solving human performance problems; analyzing needs, learners, work settings, and work; establishing performance objectives and performance measurements; delivering the instruction effectively; and managing instructional design projects successfully.

Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology

Author: Robert A. Reiser,John V. Dempsey
Publisher: Pearson
ISBN: 013423703X
Category: Education
Page: 408
View: 9817
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. For courses in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, or Computer-Based Instructional Design. Immerses students in the field and provides a strong foundation for future careers. In order to be successful in their field, professionals must go beyond performing the skills associated with Instructional Design and Technology (IDT); they must recognize current and future trends likely to impact the field and envision how to employ them. Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology, Fourth Edition helps students and future practitioners attain these goals. It defines the IDT field, the historical events that have resulted in current-day areas of focus, and the theories of learning and instruction upon which practices are based. Emerging technologies, strategies to improve teaching and learning environments, and current practices in a wide variety of settings are among the many topics discussed in depth. Previous editions of this acclaimed text won numerous awards from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology and the International Society for Performance Improvement.

Kompendium multimediales Lernen

Author: Helmut M. Niegemann,Steffi Domagk,Silvia Hessel,Alexandra Hein,Matthias Hupfer,Annett Zobel
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3540372261
Category: Computers
Page: 681
View: 7121
Multimedia ist aus modernem Lehren und Lernen nicht mehr wegzudenken. Wie lässt sich die Qualität neuer multimedialer Angebote sicherstellen? Welche Standards gibt es? Welche didaktischen Ansätze sind effektiv? Welche aktuellen lehr- und lernpsychologischen Theorien und Befunde sind hilfreich bei der Konzeption, welche technischen Fragen zu berücksichtigen? 33 Kapitel stellen alle wesentlichen Aspekte dar: u.a. Planung, Konzeption (mit didaktischen Entwurfsmustern, sog. design patterns), Interaktivitätsformen, CSCL, Evaluation, Softwaresysteme, Werkzeuge (z.B. Authoring Tools). Ein fundiertes Kompendium für Lehrende, Entwickler und Anwender.

The 2006 ASTD Training & Performance Sourcebook

Author: Mel Silberman,Patricia Philips
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 9781562864231
Category: Reference
Page: 239
View: 5136
Contains tools needed in areas such as e-learning, communication skills, diversity and cross-cultural awareness, performance improvement, and management development - Back cover.

Instructional design

implications from cognitive science
Author: Charles K. West,James A. Farmer,Phillip M. Wolff
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780134885780
Category: Education
Page: 271
View: 4719

Strategies of Computer-based Instructional Design

A Review of Guidelines and Empirical Research
Author: Dudley J. Terrell
Publisher: N.A
Category: Computer-assisted instruction
Page: 57
View: 8032

Rapid Instructional Design

Learning ID Fast and Right
Author: George M. Piskurich
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118974131
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 560
View: 3242
The classic guide to instructional design, fully updated for thenew ways we learn Rapid Instructional Design is the industry standard guideto creating effective instructional materials, providingno-nonsense practicality rather than theory-driven text. Beginningwith a look at what "instructional design" really means, readersare guided step-by-step through the ADDIE model to exploretechniques for analysis, design, development, intervention, andevaluation. This new third edition has been updated to cover newapplications, technologies, and concepts, and includes many newtemplates, real-life examples, and additional instructor materials.Instruction delivery has expanded rapidly in the nine years sincethe second edition's publication, and this update covers all themajor advances in the field. The major instructional models areexpanded to apply to e-learning, MOOCs, mobile learning, and socialnetwork-based learning. Informal learning and communities ofpractice are examined, as well. Instructional design is the systematic process by whichinstructional materials are designed, developed, and delivered.Designers must determine the learner's current state and needs,define the end goals of the instruction, and create an interventionto assist in the transition. This book is a complete guide to theprocess, helping readers design efficient, effective materials. Learn the ins and outs of the ADDIE model Discover shortcuts for rapid design Design for e-learning, Millennials, and MOOCs Investigate methods for emerging avenues of instruction This book does exactly what a well-designed course should do,providing relevant guidance for anyone who wants to know how toapply good instructional design. Eminently practical and fullyup-to-date, Rapid Instructional Design is the one-stop guideto more effective instruction.

The Systematic Design of Instruction

Author: Walter Dick,Lou M. Carey
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers
Category: Instructional systems
Page: 351
View: 4307
Introduction to instructional design; Identifying an instructional goal; Conducting a goal analysis; Conducting a suberdinate skills analysis; Identifying entry behaviors and characteristics; Writing performance objectives; Developing criterion referenced test items; Developing an instructional strategy; Developing instructional materials; Designing and conducting formative evaluations; Revisiong instructional materials; Summative evaluation.

Confirmative Evaluation

Practical Strategies for Valuing Continuous Improvement
Author: Joan C. Dessinger,James L. Moseley
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119104327
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 272
View: 9359
This much-needed book offers trainers, consultants, evaluation professionals, and human resource executives and practitioners a hands-on resource for understanding and applying the proven principles of confirmative evaluation. Confirmative evaluation is a marriage of evaluation and continuous improvement. Unlike other types of evaluation—which are used during the design of a learning program or applied immediately after conducting a program—confirmative evaluation follows several months after the program is implemented. It tests the endurance of outcomes, the return on investment, and establishes the effectivenss, efficiency, impact, and value of the training over time.

Web-based learning

design, implementation, and evaluation
Author: Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers,Karen L. Rasmussen
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130814258
Category: Computers
Page: 405
View: 9648
Using an instructional-design framework and a practical approach, Web-Based Learning: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation helps you design effective Web courses, create a community of Web-based learners, and implement and evaluate Web-based instruction. Book jacket.

Nutrition counseling skills

assessment, treatment, and evaluation
Author: Linda G. Snetselaar
Publisher: N.A
Category: Medical
Page: 516
View: 8001
A step-by-step guide for improving interviewing and counseling skills. it provides detailed strategies, sample monitoring, and adherence devices. You'll also get specific applications for stress management, coronary heart disease, diabetes, renal disease, cancer, anorexia, bulimia, maternal nutrition, and hypertension.

Mapping Educational Success

Strategic Thinking and Planning for School Administrators
Author: Roger Kaufman
Publisher: Corwin
Category: Education
Page: 185
View: 6270
This revised edition of Mapping Educational Success has been updated to include the latest insights into planning and delivering successful education. The author suggests that principals and administrators should make a strategic shift to an orientation where results are always the central focus. This would involve new methods of planning, developing, implementing and evaluating in order to achieve predictable educational success.

Computer-assissted Instruction

A Synthesis of Theory, Practice, and Technology
Author: Esther R. Steinberg
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc Incorporated
Category: Education
Page: 225
View: 4592
This volume presents a theoretical framework and background for designing computer-assisted instruction (CAI). Its goal is to synthesize theoretical and applied research in CAI-relevant fields including theories of learning and instruction, systems for instructional design, and experience with CAI. Building on this knowledge, the book shows how computer technology interacts with instruction to influence the design of effective lessons. Designers, practitioners, and students of CAI and computer-based training (CBT) should find this text very helpful in developing a better understanding of the potential and limitations of computers as tutors.

Performance Improvement Quarterly

Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Employees
Page: N.A
View: 6791

Self-Directed Learning

A Practical Guide to Design, Development, and Implementation
Author: George M. Piskurich
Publisher: Pfeiffer
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 359
View: 6700
You can develop your own training materials with the aid of this detailed, but easy-to-use guide. You'll learn how to develop self-directed learning (SDL) packages that are applicable in any situation, from basic industrial and technical skills training to academic classroom training. This practical guide shows you how to: * Match training needs with organizational needs * Determine tasks that must be learned to meet those needs * Develop objectives and design materials that are in line with those needs Plus, you'll get practical learning aids and simulations that illustrate how to make theory a reality.