Instructional design coursework
Wm. Biddington <Grade Earned> <Date Graded> Developing an Effective Topic Introduction Instructional Design Instructional design (ID) is the process of designing, building up and conveying instructional materials in physical and digital form to an audience, which in this case are students (Brown & reen, 2015). The instructional materials should maintain consistency and be at par with the current trends in the acquisition of knowledge. It is imperative to maintain the effectiveness, efficiency, and engagement and appeal of instructional design to ensure that there is smooth flowing dissemination of knowledge to the learner. Instructional design has its roots in the military and systems engineering. The ADDIE model consists of five steps of training course namely analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation (Muruganantham, 2015). The SAM model is an iterative model of ID and it consists of three core phases namely the preparation, iterative design and iterative development.
4C-ID on the other hand is composed of four elements namely knowledge tasks, collaborative information, procedural information and part-task application (Dijkstra, 2012). Understanding the various models of instructional design will help a coach to determine the best approach to handle learners depending on the context of the lessons. In addition, different academic disciplines require different approaches and therefore it is important for the instructor to select the most suitable model. Consequently, mobile technology and virtual learning tools allow information to reach the farthest corners of the world and this makes it necessary to embrace them for instructional design intended for distant learning that requires feedback. References Brown, A. H. , & Green, T. D. Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 12(2), 143-156.
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