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Dynamic Curriculum Development and Design Strategies for Effective Online Learning in Higher Education
Extracting ideas or concepts from different thoughts.
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Using an Eclectic Approach to Design Curriculum Instruction in an Online Environment
William Chakabwata (University of South Africa, South Africa)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-8646-7.ch006
In this chapter, an eclectic approach to designing curriculum instruction is undertaken. The chapter acknowledges that there is no Archimedean principle in online instructional curriculum design. A survey of instructional design based on behaviorism and Tyler rationale is offered. This is followed by an analysis of various instructional design frameworks that were imbued by the objectives models, such as Benjamin Bloom Taxonomy of learning objectives, Robert Mager principles of instructional design, Biggs model of constructive alignment, Robert Gagne theory of learning prior to instruction, analysis, design, development implementation and evaluation (ADDIE) model of instructional design among many others. The chapter avers that it is important for educators to become acquainted with various theoretical models and framework of instructional design in order for them to practice reflective eclecticism when designing instructions in an online environment.
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