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1. What Is ID ?

1.1. Definition

1.1.1. Instructional Design is defined as systematic process that is applied to build education and training programs in an on-going and dependable fashion.

1.1.2. Instructional Design also known as instructional system design which analyzed the learning needs and the systematic development to ensure the quality of instructions

1.2. ID Models

1.2.1. The ADDIE Model Analyze Design Develop Implemet Evaluate

1.2.2. Bloom's Taxonomy

1.2.3. Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction

1.2.4. Merrill's Principles of Instruction

1.2.5. Cathy Moore's Action Mapping

1.2.6. Dick and Carey Model

1.2.7. Kemp Design Model

1.2.8. SAM ( Successive Approximation Model )

1.2.9. Agile or rapid prototyping

2. Why ID is Needed

2.1. To make sure educators have a systematic instruction in educating.

2.2. To ensure all learners' ability and problems can be seen and analyzed before constructing any lesson plans

2.3. To make sure all teaching materials can be prepared before starting the lesson

2.4. To remind the educators to always construct backup plans in educating

2.5. To test out the lesson plan created before applying them in the learning session to minimize the problmes

3. Who Earns Benefit From ID

3.1. Educators

3.1.1. Able to plan the lesson well

3.1.2. Able to give out knowledge systematically

3.2. Learners

3.2.1. Able to learn steps by steps

3.2.2. Able to overcome any problem in learning

4. How ID Is Used ?

4.1. ADDIE

4.1.1. Analyse Identify the learners Weaknesses Capabilities Details Pedagogical Outline Delivery methods Learners' Approaches Environment

4.1.2. Design Learning objectives Documentations of the strategies Assessment Instrument subject matter analysis Lesson planning

4.1.3. Develop Assemble the content assets Debugging procedures Reviewed and revised

4.1.4. Implement Develop procedure for training Facilitators Learners Ensure the tools are in place Back-up strategies

4.1.5. Evaluate Formative The achievements of goals and objectives The effectiveness of the project Summative Learners' feedbacks Improvements

5. When ID Is Applied ?

5.1. When there is a Need

5.1.1. During Lesson

5.1.2. During Problems Solving

5.2. To ensure the Quality of given Knowledge

5.2.1. To make sure students are fully understand

5.2.2. To confirm that the educators are educating using the best methods

6. Where ID Is Applicable ?

6.1. Classroom

6.1.1. Maker Spaces

6.2. Home

6.3. Tuition Center

6.4. Everywhere