Start Here: K-12 Instructional Design

Instructional design is not developed as a standalone skill set in K-12. The instructional designer skills in K-12 can best be described as somewhere between the ability to build & read slides and the need to recreate-everything-until-overwhelmed. While higher education offers instructional design supports, K-12 assumes skills and implies competence. Select K-12 educators can rise to that assumption, but I would rather help point out where K-12 can start to learn about Instructional design.

K-12 assumes skills and implies instructional design competence. Instead, Start Here. #edchat
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Start Here: K-12 Instructional Design

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