Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology

Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology, 4th edition

  • Robert A. Reiser, 
  • John V. Dempsey

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Overview

Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology defines the IDT field, the historical events that have resulted in current-day areas of focus, and the theories of learning and instruction upon which practices are based; it covers current and future trends and envisions how to employ them.

Published by Pearson (January 1st 2021) - Copyright © 2018

ISBN-13: 9780137411917

Subject: Curriculum & Instruction

Category: Instructional Design

Table of contents

I: DEFINITION AND HISTORY OF THE FIELD
1. What Field Did You Say You Were In? Defining and Naming Our Field -- Robert A. Reiser
2. A History of Instructional Design and Technology -- Robert A. Reiser

II: INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODELS
3. Characteristics of Foundational Instructional Design Models -- Robert Maribe Branch
4. SAM and Pebble-in-the-Pond. Two Alternatives to the ADDIE Model -- Michael W. Allen and M. David Merrill
5. The Successive Approximation Model (SAM). A Closer Look-- Michael W. Allen

III: THEORIES AND MODELS OF LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
6. Psychological Foundations of Instructional Design -- Marcy P. Driscoll
7. Constructivism for Active, Authentic Learning -- Brent G. Wilson
8. The Learning Sciences. Where They Came from and What It Means for Instructional Designers -- Christopher Hoadley and James P. Van Haneghan
9. Motivation, Volition, and Performance -- John M. Keller and Markus Deimann

IV: EVALUATING AND MANAGING INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS
10. Evaluation in Instructional Design. A Comparison of the Major Evaluation Models -- R. Burke Johnson and Angelia Bendolph
11. Measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) in Technology-Based Learning -- Jack J. Phillips, Patricia P. Phillips, and Hope Nicholas
12. An Introduction to Learning Analytics -- Beth Dietz, Janet E. Hurn, Thomas A. Mays, and David Woods
13. Onsite and Virtual Project Management -- Brenda C. Litchfield

V: PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
14. The Development and Evolution of Human Performance Improvement -- Harold D. Stolovitch
15. Performance Support -- Marc J. Rosenberg
16. Informal Learning -- Saul Carliner

VI: IDT IN VARIOUS SETTINGS
17. Instructional Design in Business and Industry -- Monica W. Tracey and Gary R. Morrison
18. Instructional Design Opportunities in Military Education and Training Environments -- Mary F. Bratton-Jeffery
19. Performance, Instruction, and Technology in Health Care Education -- Craig Locatis
20. Integrating Technology into K-12 Education -- Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich and Thomas Brush
21. Instructional Design in Higher Education -- Brenda C. Litchfield
22. Instructional Design in Europe. Trends and Issues -- Jeroen J. G. van Merrienboer, Begoña Gros, and Helmut Niegemann
23. Instructional Design and Technology in an Asian Context. Focusing on Japan and Korea -- Katsuaki Suzuki and Insung Jung

VII: GETTING AN IDT POSITION AND SUCCEEDING AT IT
24. Getting an Instructional Design Position. Lessons from a Personal History -- Robert A. Reiser
25. Performance Consulting --Catherine Tenzca and Judith Hale
26. Getting Involved in Instructional Design and Technology. Recommendations for Professional Development --
James D. Klein and Nick Rushby

VIII: TECHNOLOGY AND LEARNING
27. E-Learning and Instructional Design -- John V. Dempsey and Richard N. Van Eck
28. Social Media and Instructional Design --Vanessa P. Dennen
29. Mobile Learning -- Clark Quinn
30. The Emergence and Design of Massive Open Online Courses 250 --Curtis J. Bonk, Mimi Miyoung Lee, Thomas C. Reeves, and Thomas H. Reynolds
31. Using Rich Media Wisely -- Ruth Colvin Clark and Richard E. Mayer

IX: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
32. Social Interdependence Theory and the Design of High-Quality Learning Experiences--David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson
33. Leveling Up. Game Design Research and Practice for Instructional Designers --Richard Van Eck, Valerie J. Shute, and Lloyd Rieber
34. Problem-Based Learning. Essential Design Characteristics -- Peggy A. Ertmer and Krista D. Glazewski
35. Keep It Real. The Benefits of Authentic Tasks in Contemporary Learning Environments -- Jan Herrington and Thomas C. Reeves

X: CURRENT ISSUES IN INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
36. Professional Ethics. Rules Applied to Practice -- Sharon E. Smaldino, J. Ana Donaldson, and Mary Herring
37. Diversity and Accessibility -- Joél Lewis and Stephen Sullivan
38. The Evolving Economics of Educational Materials and Open Educational Resources. Toward Closer Alignment with the Core Values of Education -- David Wiley, PhD
39. Changing Conceptions of Design -- Elizabeth Boling and Kennon M. Smith

Epilogue -- Robert A. Reiser and John V. Dempsey
Author Biographies
Author Index
Subject Index

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