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Abbie H Brown, East Carolina University
Tim D. Green, California State University, Fullerton
The Essential of Instructional Design: Connecting Fundamental Principles with Process and Practice is designed to introduce the essential elements of instructional design to students who are new to ID, providing an overview of the fundamental principles, processes, and practices that currently shape and define the field. Unlike most other ID books, this book provides an overview of the principles and practice of ID without placing emphasis on any one ID model. Offering the voice of instructional designers from a number of professional settings students learn how professional organizations put the various ID processes into practice. Providing real life examples from instructional designers working in various professional settings students learn how organizations put the various ID processes into practice.
Project Management chapter - deals with practical issues of producing instructional media including production management and communication and conflict resolution helpful to students working on ID projects.
Professionals in Practice feature - includes contributions from professional instructional design specialists working in the areas of education, employee training, and coprorate distance learning.
ID Insight feature - highlights concepts and trends important to the instructional design community including postmodern thought and universal design for instruction and rapid prototyping.
Connecting Process with Practice feature - throughout the book includes questions and activities that are designed to give readers the opportunity to think and act as an instructional design professional.
Brief Table of Contents
Part 1 Before You Begin Designing Instruction
Chapter 1: The Discipline of Instructional Design
Chapter 2: Understanding How People Think
Chapter 3: Understanding How People Learn
Chapter 4: Instructional Media Production Management
Part 2 Examining the Situation - Needs, Task, and Learner Analysis
Chapter 5: Needs Analysis
Chapter 6: Task Analysis
Chapter 7: Analyzing Learners
Part 3 Creating Instruction - Planning, Designing, and Implementing the Intervention
Chapter 8: Instructional Goals and Objectives
Chapter 9: Organizing Instruction
Chapter 10: Learning Environments and Instructional Activities
Part 4: Evaluation - Determining the Effect of the Intervention
Chapter 11: Evaluating Learner Achievement
Chapter 12: Determining the Success of the Instructional Design Product and Process
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