Instructional design

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Instructional design by Mind Map: Instructional design

1. Makes learning engaging

2. A systematic process, based on educational theories, on the development of instructional strategies, and specifications to promote quality learning experience

3. Summarize

4. Summative feedback

5. Formative feedback

6. Impacts the bottom line

7. What

7.1. Models

7.1.1. Gagne Believes that different types or levels of learning require different types of instructions. Listed nine instructional events and corresponding cognitive processes.

7.1.2. ADDIE Analysis Needs Tasks Performance Implementation Beta test Pilot tes Evalution

7.1.3. Learners

7.1.4. Design Learning Objectives Instructional Objectives

7.1.5. ROPES Review Overview Presentation Excercise Testing Objectives Development

7.2. Definition

7.2.1. Learners engagement

8. Why

8.1. Makes learning efficient

9. Who

9.1. Practitioner

9.1.1. Teachers

9.1.2. Lecturers

9.1.3. Tutors

9.1.4. Facilitators

9.1.5. Instructors

9.2. Gainer

9.2.1. Target groups

9.2.2. Learners

10. Where

10.1. At home

10.2. Lecture halls

10.3. Cyber cafe

10.4. Maker place

10.5. Smartphones

10.6. Any medium that has internet access

11. How

11.1. Addie

11.1.1. Analysis Participant Knowledge gaps Purpose of programe Media Methodologies Time flexibility Possible

11.1.2. Design Turn theory into action Type of format usage Methodology and strategy of training delivery Insure the course is ready to be taken

11.1.3. Development Medium Polish the details Run tests Check on content

11.1.4. Implementation Use Learning Management System Distribute the materials

11.1.5. Evaluation Put out a survey to the participants Have a post mortem on the course Make changes if needed to the course

11.2. Use tools

11.2.1. Websites

11.2.2. Blogs

11.2.3. Proper online education outlet

11.2.4. LMS

12. When

12.1. During the process of creating, applying and evaluating the course.