Adam Lewis Instructional Design Mind Map

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1. Cognitive Domain

1.1. Revised Bloom's taxnonomy

1.1.1. Creating

1.1.2. Evaluating

1.1.3. Analyzing

1.1.4. Applying

1.1.5. Understanding

1.1.6. Remembering

1.2. Bloom's Taxonomy

1.2.1. Knowledge

1.2.2. Comprehension

1.2.3. Application

1.2.4. Analysis

1.2.5. Synthesis

1.2.6. Evaluation

2. Needs Assessment Process

2.1. Phase 1: Planning

2.2. Phase 2: Collecting Data

2.3. Phase 3: Data Analysis

2.4. Phase 4: Final Report

3. Types of Needs and Data Sources

3.1. Normative Needs

3.2. Comparative Needs

3.3. Felt Needs

3.4. Expressed Needs

3.5. Future Needs

3.6. Critical Incident Needs

4. Goal Analysis Process

4.1. Identify an Aim

4.2. Set Goals

4.3. Refine Goals

4.4. Rank Goals

4.5. Refine Goals Again

4.6. Make a Final Ranking

4.7. Performance Assessment

5. Intro to the ID Process

5.1. Instructional Designer

5.1.1. Instructional Problem

5.2. SME(Subject Matter Expert)

5.3. Evaluator

5.4. Learners

5.5. Methods

5.6. Objectives

5.7. Evaluation

6. Learner and Contextual Analysis

6.1. Contextual Levels

6.1.1. Learner Factors

6.1.2. Immediate Environment Factors

6.1.3. Organizational Factors

6.2. Contextual Analysis

6.2.1. Orienting Context

6.2.1.1. Learner Goals

6.2.1.2. Perceived Utility

6.2.1.3. Perceptions of Accountability

6.2.2. Instructional Context

6.2.3. Transfer Context

7. Task Analysis

7.1. Content Structures

7.1.1. Facts

7.1.2. Concepts

7.1.3. Rules

7.1.4. Interpersonal Skils

7.1.5. Procedures

7.1.6. Attitudes

7.2. Topic Analysis

7.3. Procedural Analysis

8. Instructional Objectives

8.1. Psychomotor Domain

8.1.1. Dave's Model

8.1.2. Simpson's Model

8.1.3. Harrow's Model

8.2. Affective Domain

8.2.1. Behavioral Learning Theory

8.2.2. Cognitive Dissonance Theory

8.2.3. Affective-Cognitive Consistency

8.2.4. Social Judgement Theories

8.2.5. Social Learning Theories

8.2.6. Functional Theories

8.2.7. Krathwohl's Taxonomy

9. Dimensions of Sequencing

9.1. Learning Related Sequencing

9.1.1. 5 Student Learning Concepts

9.1.1.1. Identifiable Prerequisites

9.1.1.2. Teaching the familiar

9.1.1.3. Difficulty

9.1.1.4. Sequencing Based on Interest

9.1.1.5. Sequencing Based on Development Theory

9.2. World Related Sequencing

9.2.1. Physical Attributes

9.2.2. Spatial Relations

9.2.3. Temporal Relations

9.3. Concept-Related Sequencing

9.4. Elaboration Theory Sequencing

9.4.1. Content Expertise Sequencing

9.4.2. Task Experience Sequencing

10. Generative Strategies

10.1. Recall

10.2. Integration

10.3. Organizational

10.4. Elaboration

11. Gagne Resources

11.1. Conditions of Learning

11.1.1. Present the knowledge

11.1.2. Give practice with feedback

11.1.3. Give guidance

11.2. Nine Events of Instruction

11.2.1. Gain Attention

11.2.2. Describe The Goal

11.2.3. Stimulate recall of prior knowledge

11.2.4. Present the material to be learned

11.2.5. Provide guidance for learning

11.2.6. Practice

11.2.7. Give Feedback

11.2.8. Assess performance test

11.2.9. Enhance Retention

12. Preinstructional Strategies

13. Learning Theory

13.1. Behavioral Learning Theory

13.2. Cognitive Theory

13.3. Social Learning Theory

13.4. Instructional Theory

13.5. Instructional Design Model

13.5.1. ADDIE Design Model

13.5.1.1. Analyze

13.5.1.2. Design

13.5.1.3. Develop

13.5.1.4. Implement

13.5.1.5. Evaluate

14. Cognitive Load Theory

14.1. Intrinsic Load

14.2. Extrinsic Load

14.3. Germane Load

14.4. Goal-Free Effect

14.5. Worked-Example Effect

14.6. Split-Attention Effect

14.7. Redundancy

15. Mayer’s Principles

15.1. Multimedia

15.2. Contiguity

15.3. Coherence

15.4. Modality

15.5. Redundancy

15.6. Personalization

15.7. Voice

15.8. Signaling

15.9. Interactivity

15.10. Pretraining

16. Evaluation Types

16.1. Summative Evaluation

16.2. Formative Evaluation

16.3. Confirmative Evaluation

16.4. Validity

16.5. Reliability

16.6. Relative Standards

16.7. Absolute Standards

17. Planned Change

17.1. Diffusion

17.2. Adoption

17.3. Innovation

17.4. CLER Model

17.5. CBAM

18. Project Management

18.1. Scope

18.2. Project Agreement

18.3. Legal Considerations