Discovering Instructional Design 10: the Dick and Carey Model

Design models can be defined as the visual representations of an instructional design process, displaying the main phases and relationships. The Dick and Carey model […]

Discovering Instructional Design 8: Developing Material for Learning Programs

Continuing this E-Learning Curve Blog series of articles on discovering instructional design. Today, I'm going to outline some guidelines for developing material for ┬álearning programs. […]

Discovering Instructional Design 7: Objectives Analysis

It is critical to the instructional development process that designers understand what skills and knowledge learners need to bring to the instructional process. This is […]

Discovering Instructional Design 6: Developing Objectives

Continuing this E-Learning Curve Blog series on Instructional Design. Today I'm going to discuss Describing the Target Audience and Objectives Writing Continue Reading → The […]

Discovering Instructional Design 5: Goal Statements

In instructional design, goal statements (sometimes called purpose statements) are often used with the Affective Domain. Continue Reading → The post Discovering Instructional Design 5: […]

Discovering Instructional Design 4: The Affective Domain

When defining the end-goal of instruction as part of goal analysis, it's helpful to explore the relevance of the often-overlooked Affective Domain. Continue Reading → […]

Discovering Instructional Design 3: A Systems Approach

Several types of analysis are undertaken when using a systems approach for Instructional Systems Design (ISD) strategy to learning program development. Continue Reading → The […]

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