Systematic Design of Instruction, The, Pearson eText with Loose-Leaf Version -- Access Card Package, 8th Edition
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Walter Dick, Florida State University
Lou Carey, University of South Florida
James O. Carey, University of South Florida
©2015 |Pearson | Available
For courses in Computer-Based Instructional Design (CORE / Instructional Technology) and Instructional Design (Ed Psych / Tests & Measurement)
A clear introduction to the fundamentals of instructional design and the concepts and procedures necessary for designing, developing, and evaluating instruction for all delivery formats.
This market leading text simply and clearly introduces students to the fundamentals of instructional design–the concepts and procedures they need to know in order to effectively analyze, design, develop, and formatively evaluate instruction. This is not a textbook to be memorized, but rather a learning-by-doing resource to be used by students for creating their own sound, effective instruction. In it readers learn a systematic, thoughtful, inquiry-based approach to creation, which in turn helps ensure the success of students in their charge.
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Systematic Design of Instruction, The, Loose-Leaf Version with Marketing Brochure CY2015, 8th Edition
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Instructional Design
Chapter 2: Identifying Instructional Goals Using Front-End Analysis
Chapter 3: Conducting a Goal Analysis
Chapter 4: Identifying Subordinate and Entry Skills
Chapter 5: Analyzing Learners and Contexts
Chapter 6: Writing Performance Objectives
Chapter 7: Developing Assessment Instruments
Chapter 8: Planning the Instructional Strategy: Theoretical Bases
Chapter 9: Planning the Logistics and Management for the Instructional Strategy:
Chapter 10: Developing Instructional Materials
Chapter 11: Designing and Conducting Formative Evaluations
Chapter 12: Revising Instructional MaterialsChapter 13: Designing and Conducting Summative Evaluations
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