The Core of Instructional Design Process

The Good, the better and the best. eLearning in superlative degree can only be created when the process is right at each stage, i.e. design, development and deployment. However, the design process is closely hinged on Instructional Design Process, which can make or break a learning strategy. As discussed in the post The Equation of Great Instructional Design Strategy, eLearning content creation becomes a success when instructional designing is done right, when all the elements are equated properly.

But, as with every process, there are areas that need special attention, some shortcuts to make it easier without compromising with the quality. To understand this, we must understand the process first. ADDIE model, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Merrill’s First Principles of Instruction, the SAM model etc. are popular models that provide a guideline for the Instructional design process. However, almost all of these include the following steps. The core of instructional design process.

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