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Instructional Design and Technology by Mind Map: Instructional Design and Technology
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Instructional Design and Technology

Good instructional design and technology should be based on the learning theories and cognition.

Own overall reflection of instructional design and technology

Why using instructional design and technology?

A good instructional project may draw upon various theories and design models according to needs and situations

Change of roles for teachers/trainers & learners/users

Successful instructional design and technology

Possible challenges & problems of instructional design and technology

Increasing trends

Instructional Designs & Models

They provides pedagogical basis about how we learn and the framework for designing instructional products and technology

Own reflection on instructional designs and models

Dimensions of design models (Edmonds et al., 1994)

For evaluating the design models

3D model of design documentation (Boot, 2005)

Shift of instructional design

4C/IC model

"main stream" model How to teach complex skills Integrate and coordinate performance of task skills JIT vs supportive information Part-task practice supporting whole task learning

Models base on Objectivism

Models base on constructivism (C-DI)

Classroom-oriented models

Use by instructors

Product-oriented models

Systems-oriented models

More extensive front-end analysis

Models for distance education

Learning by doing model & methods

(Schank, Berman & MacPerson, 1999)Promoted by case-based reasoning

Designing Instructional/Learning Strategies and processes

Provide systematic procedures/steps as the guideline for instructional design

Own reflection on instructional strategies

ADDIE model

Many instructional design models are based on ADDIE model including Dick & Carey (2004) & Kemp (Gustafson, Branch, 1997) models

9 events of instruction (Gagné)

CISCO RLO

Emphasize database driven objects that can be reused, searched, and modified independent of their delivery media. Comvination of Individual RIOs

ARCS Model of Motivational Design (Keller)

instructional interventions

Learning theories

Learning theories provide the basic framework and pedagogy for the instructional models

Own reflection on learning theories

Behaviourism (objectivism)

Cognitivism(objectivism)

Constructivism

Instructional products (Delivery/Implementation)

The implementation of instructional design and technology is increasing rapidly in schools and other sectors

Web 2.0 = Paradigm Shift

"Read-write map" Media revolution: = giving ordinary people louder voice and facilitate global deniocratization converse,  exchange  resources and ideas  

E-learning

Mobile learning

Instructional multimedia

Learning objects

Any entity use for learning and education

Project management

Own reflection on instructional products

Evaluation and Revision

An important step for improving instructional design

Own reflection on evaluation and revision

5 main purposes of evaluation (Bramley and Newby, 1984)

4-level (step) model (Kirkpatrick)

CIPP model (Stufflebeam)

Types of evaluations