Instructional Design

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Instructional Design by Mind Map: Instructional Design

1. What

1.1. Models

1.1.1. Other Models

1.1.2. ADDIE Analysis Learning Environment Analysis Learner analysis Instructional Content Analysis Design Strategies Development Strategies Implementation Evaluation Formative Evaluation Summative Evaluation

1.1.3. ROPES Review and Relate Overview Present and Practice Exercise Summarize

1.2. Definition

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

1.2.2. Knowledge of how people learn, the available tools, how to apply those tools, and to engineer a plan to enhance the teaching and learning experience

2. Why

2.1. For educators

2.1.1. provides guidelines to organize appropriate pedagogical scenarios to achieve instructional goals

2.1.2. creating instructional experiences to help facilitate learning most effectively

2.1.3. help trainers and educators to guide and plan overall process.

2.2. For Learners

2.2.1. able to differentiate where they are and where they want to be

2.2.2. connect what they know to what they learn

2.2.3. become active participants in the learning process

2.2.4. get feedback on their attempts at learning

3. Where

3.1. Lecture rooms

3.2. Studios

3.3. Learning Spaces

3.4. Labs

3.5. Networked Computer

3.6. Mobile

3.7. Maker space

4. How

4.1. Tools

4.1.1. Internet

4.1.2. Email

4.1.3. Directory of experts

4.1.4. Library on-line

4.1.5. Databases

4.1.6. Online Forum Learning

4.1.7. Learning management system

4.1.8. Other web resources

4.2. ADDIE

4.2.1. Analysis Learner Analysis Intended audience and their characteristics Identify new behavioral outcome Learning Environment Analysis Learning Constraints Resources Instructional Content Analysis Timeline for Project Completion Instructional Goals

4.2.2. Design Learning Objectives Define specific, measurable actions in order for learners to achieve the intended instructional goals Instructional Strategies subject matter analysis content lesson planning media selection exercises Testing Strategies assessment instruments

4.2.3. Development Learning Resources Based on the materials designed and strategies identified in the 'Design' phase Validation review revision Pilot Test feedback/evaluation is used to improve final product before implementation

4.2.4. Implementation Preparation Facilitator training During the event Constant feedback and insights are given to help improve event as it runs New and improved ideas or resources try to be implemented as soon as possible

4.2.5. Evaluation Formative Evaluation present in each stage of ADDIE process Summative Evaluation overall evaluation usually done in 3 levels

5. Who

5.1. Educators

5.2. Learners

6. When

6.1. During class

6.1.1. To enhance learning experience

6.1.2. To facilitate learning