Presentation on theme: "Instructional Design Gayle Henry. Instructional Design Instructional Design is creating experiences for the learner where how they learn is achieved in."— Presentation transcript:
Instructional Design Instructional Design is creating experiences for the learner where how they learn is achieved in an exciting and appealing way. For example, one student might enjoy the learning experience of an online or hybrid course. On the other and, another student might find the face-to-face classroom experience more effective. In short, it is the process of how instruction is delivered.
Instructional Design Theory Learning Theory Instructional Design Model The Learning Theory describes how learning occurs and the learning experience presented via online or face to face. The Instructional Design Theory is related to various methods of instruction or strategies. For example, how to teach multiplication by way of repeated addition, arrays, skip counting, etc. The Instructional Design Model provides a systematic approach of implementing the instructional design through the process.
Instructional Design There are many different instructional design models from which to choose. Many of these models have common features such as 1) each model has a design process 2) a systematic approach 3) goal oriented 4) verbal, intellectual, and cognitive skills 5) evaluative 6) clear information 7) thoughtful practice 8) informative feedback 9) informative feedback
Analysis The analysis phase is where clear goals and objectives have been established before the learning takes place. Goals are identified so that students know what is expected and know how to complete the assigned tasks.
Design The design phase corresponds to the lesson plan and the systematic approach that students may follow. The design phase also deals with the subject matter. When designing a lesson the teacher needs to be mindful of differentiated instruction and how the instructional process is planned.
Development The development phase is where lesson plans and materials are created or put in place before you actually teach the lesson.
Implementation The implementation phase is when teachers actually teach the lesson. When teaching teachers need to check for understanding in that what is being taught is actually being learned. If not, a different strategy could be used to modify or enhance instruction. The delivery is crucial and plays a huge part in this stage.
Evaluation The evaluation in ADDIE’s model is both formative and summative. Either way it is the final product or assessment where the teacher will grade the test or product in the form of a rubric or other grading devices. The evaluation process also lets teachers know what has been learned, and what has to re-taught again, modified, or revised for future teaching. Not only are the students evaluated, but teachers evaluate themselves as to what she will do to improve or make any modifications to a future lesson.
Why Use Instructional Design I want to be able to use educational technology to design best practices to my students. I want to develop and match content with my learning objectives. I want to adapt and support learning, and have fun in doing so. Designing appropriate instructional material takes time, but there are many models in place that teachers can start with. The advantages of using instructional design is to develop power critical thinking lesson in an effort to involve students to be life long learners as well as design lessons that are effective and appealing to students. All students should have multiple opportunities to achieve.