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What is Instructional Design

Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education
The process of identifying learning needs and development learning material in order to improve instructions to the learners.
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Education Collaboration Development: A Blended Shore Education Approach to Sustainable Development
Gabriele Strohschen (DePaul University, USA)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4458-8.ch026
Abstract
We are living in a state of great flux. Needless to say, political, social, economic, and technological structures are changing faster than we can name and define them. As educators, we are called upon to ready adults for the challenges brought on by global changes. Educators in the 21st century are no longer knowledge producers and disseminators. Educators are involved in managing the educational process: their own and that of the adult students. Educational leadership in the knowledge society is evidenced with a curiously mixed set of skills; it is defined by emotional intelligence and spirituality; it is defined by the finely honed ability of facilitating learning in cross-cultural, multi-lingual, and inter-disciplinary settings; it is defined by a willingness to move away from the guru-stance of teaching and toward a praxis of partnering for change. Today’s educator ought to be a strategic partner in the lifelong and life-wide process of learning. This chapter explores the multi-dimensional role of educational leadership, which is characterized by interdependence and calls for research on collaborative and contextual paradigms in higher education development, delivery, and management.
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Educational Robotics: A Journey, Not a Destination
The practice of developing educational experiences to facilitate learning.
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Reflections on Instructional Design Guidelines From the MOOCification of Distance Education: A Case Study of a Course on Design for All
The instructional design process consists of determining the needs of learners, defining the end goals and objectives of instruction, designing and planning assessment tasks, and designing teaching and learning activities to ensure the quality of instruction.
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Self-Regulated Learning: Issues and Challenges for Initial Teacher Training
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Gamified Learning in Higher Education: An Instructional Design Method to Improve Engagement
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Designing Multimedia for Improved Student Engagement and Learning: Video Lectures
The creation of learning experiences and materials in ways that result in knowledge acquisition and skills application.
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Strategic Leadership in Instructional Design: Applying the Principles of Instructional Design through the Lens of Strategic Leadership to Distance Education
Instructional development used following specific models and instructional theories, including an analysis of needs, goals and development of a system of delivery to effectively meet objectives.
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Globalization and Localization in Online Settings
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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A Scenario-Based Instructional Design Model
A systematic process for responding to instructional problems, needs, and opportunities
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Discussion Groups
Instructional design is based upon some principles of human learning, specifically, the conditions under which learning occurs. Some time-tested principles of contiguity, repetition, and reinforcement indicate some of the conditions external to the learner that can be incorporated into instruction. The purpose of instruction is to arrange external events that support learners’ internal learning processes. Arranging discussion groups in distance education is one essential component of instructional design.
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Reconfiguring Curriculum and Instruction to Teach for Understanding: A Case Study
The process of using the theoretical knowledge of how people learn to guide the choices of instructional sequences and strategies to meet the needs of learners and desired learning outcomes within a specific learning environment, using available resources.
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Redefining Learning: Harnessing the Power of Flipped Classroom Pedagogy
The systematic process of planning, developing, and delivering compelling learning experiences, incorporating principles from education, psychology, and technology for optimal outcomes.
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Improving Diversity and Equality in STEM Education: Universal Design for Learning and the LEVEL Model
The use of resources and other educational tools in creating learning experiences that engage the learning styles of most students in application of knowledge.
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Globalization and Localization in Online Settings
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Instructional Design and Online Standards
The name given to the process of creating instruction in order to close a performance gap that is due to a lack of knowledge and skills.
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Inclusive Learning for the Rural Healthcare Professional: Considering the Needs of a Diverse Population
A systematic approach through which educational design specialists solve instructional problems using human learning principles ( Brown & Green, 2006 ; Dick, Carey, & Carey, 2009 ; Owen, 2007 AU63: The in-text citation "Owen, 2007" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ; Perez et al., 1995 AU64: The in-text citation "Perez et al., 1995" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Instructional Design in Corporate Settings
The term instructional design refers to the systematic and reflective process of translating principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials, activities, information resources, and evaluation (Smith et al., 2005, p. 4).
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K-20 Education in Relation to Library Science
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Conventional Online Teaching vs. Andragogical Online Teaching
It refers to the practice of maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency and appeal of instruction and other learning experiences. The process consists broadly of determining the current state and needs of the learner, defining the end goal of instruction, and creating some “intervention” to assist in the transition.
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Design Levels for Distance and Online Learning
The process of analyzing the students, content, and intended context of an instructional program to provide detailed specifications for an instructional program or curriculum to achieve effective and efficient student learning within an affordable and accessible delivery format.
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Affective Side of Technology Incorporation in the Workplace
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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TAM + ARCS = SNT Framework for Higher Education
Process by which learning products and experiences are designed, developed, and delivered.
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The Role of Librarians in Blended Courses
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Diffusion of E-Learning as an Educational Innovation
The systematic process of translating general principles of learning and instruction into plans for instruction and learning.
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Designing and Managing Synchronous and Asynchronous Activities: The Online Training Case for Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics Staff
Instructional systems design (ISD) is the practice of systematically designing, developing, and delivering both digital and physical instructional products and experiences in a consistent and reliable manner for efficient, effective, engaging, engaging and inspiring knowledge acquisition.
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Learnability
The soft technology of organizing learning materials and events so that instruction will be most successful.
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Relational Discourse Connects Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threats in Online Course Design: Designing Motivational Collegial Engagement
The systematic design of instruction process, that is implemented to move through the generic process associated with designing and developing instruction: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.
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Web-Based Course Design Models
This is the process that includes the systematic development of instructional elements using teaching and learning theories to maintain the quality of education.
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Rethinking the Curriculum to Reflect a Digital Age Model of Competencies, Dispositions, and Capabilities: Transforming Understandings of Teaching and Learning
This is the focused effort towards creating lesson-specific progressive instruction that can be recognized from a class-by-class session-based knowledge acquisition experience, that is generically articulated as analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.
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Designing Cross-Cultural Collaborative Online Learning
Instructional design is the systematic process of translating principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials and activities.
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Technology Use and Its Changing Role in Community Education
The creation of learning experiences and materials resulting in the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills.
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ICT Literacy Integration: Issues and Sample Efforts
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned activities within environments to facilitate learning and performance.
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Access, Relevance, and Inclusivity: Assessing What Matters Most to Virtual Faculty
The practice of designing educational experiences which make the acquisition of knowledge more effective and intuitive for the user.
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Designing an Adult Entrepreneurial Competency Learning Strategy: An Autoethnography
Creation of learning experiences and materials that results in acquisition and application of knowledge and skills.
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Visual Senses of “Online Learning” and “Instructional Design”: Social Imagery as Online Learning Data
The purposeful planning and development of learning based on the selected extant theory and research.
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Fostering Social Presence on Virtual Learning Teams
The analysis, design, development, delivery, and evaluation of instructional materials.
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Citizen Education and Technology
Systematic process of developing educational programs.
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Optimizing OERs for Optimal ICT Literacy in Higher Education
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Gender Impact on Adult Education
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Quality Learning Objective in Instructional Design
Instructional design is the systematic development of instructional specifications using learning and instructional theory to ensure the quality of instruction. It is the entire process of analysis of learning needs and goals and the development of a delivery system to meet those needs. It includes development of instructional materials and activities, and tryout and evaluation of all instruction and learner activities (http://www.umich.edu).
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Instructional Support for Collaborative Activities in Distance Education
The didactical rationale for a learning scenario which includes instructional elements as well as the application of tools.
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Implementation Example for the Structured Mathematics Teaching in Learning Environments During the Pandemic Period
It is the work of developing functional learning systems with a systematic approach to meet the educational needs of a specific target audience.
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Systematic Selection of Innovative Pedagogies in Teacher Education Courses and Practica
A systematic process for the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational interventions.
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Learning All the Time and Everywhere: Moving Beyond the Hype of the Mobile Learning Quick Fix
To respond to the demands of the connected world of our learners, our instructional design must be equally flexible, proactive and purposeful. If we start with the end in mind, we can look at how a course or program will change learners’ lives, how it make them a better member of society, contribute to solving a particular problem and so on and we can design for these needs. Rather than be bound to a single theory or approach, learning theories and approaches can be interchanged. Depending on the end goal, Fink (2003) shared a purposeful backward design can incorporate, problem, concept or case-based learning, experiential learning, cognitive apprenticeship or other useful approaches that can fulfill that need. The key is that we use backward design methods to create an environment that is learner-centered, engaging, motivational, contextual, experiential, and authentic ( Harapnuik, 2004 , 2015c )
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Instructional Design Methodologies
Instructional design, also known as instructional systems design, is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction. Instructional designers often use Instructional technology as a method for developing instruction. Instructional design models typically specify a method, that if followed will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, skills, and attitude to the recipient or acquirer of the instruction.
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Critical Study of Gender and Teacher-Designed Interactive Educational Websites
The branch of knowledge concerned with research and theory about instructional strategies and the process for developing and implementing the strategies.
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Improving the Quality of Online Learning Environments: The Value of an Online Specific Design Model
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Room to IMPROVE: Designing Virtual Professional Learning Environments
The creation of effective products and experiences that lead to engaging content for the learner.
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Developing a Serious Game for Police Training
The process of bridging the gap between learning theories and how they are employed in practice to ensure learning occurs.
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Andragogy and Online Discussions: The Design and Facilitation of Effective Online Discussion for Adult Learners
A systematic process that is employed to design and develop education and training in a consistent and reliable fashion to ensure each pillar of instruction is represented in order to promote learner success in meeting the learning objectives.
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Questioning Prompts to Examine Blended PK-20 Learning Environments
A systematic process for the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational interventions.
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The Gifted Practitioner
The development of instruction that promotes student learning.
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The Role of Technology in Audio Text Comprehension for English as a Second Language
The practice of creating instructional experiences that make acquiring knowledge and skills more efficient, effective and attractive.
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Improving Performance, Self-Efficacy, and Motivation: Structured Online Training and Authentic Learning
Is the systematic process of developing instruction using learning and instructional theories. The instructional design includes the process of analyzing the learning needs and goals and then develop a method to deliver instruction to meet those needs and goals.
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Designing Innovative Faculty Development Initiatives Through the Lens of the Adult Learner
A field of research and practice dedicated to supporting and creating dynamic learning environments.
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Design, Development, and Delivery of Global Learning Experiences: Challenges and Implications to Practice
Is a systematic process of creating an instructional experience involving needs analysis (i.e., context, learner, and task).
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MOOCs: A Three Dimensions Analysis of Impact in Higher Education
Instructional Design is the process of creating learning materials. It usually starts with the definition of the learning goals, takes the current status and the learner`s need into account and develops educational activities to achieve the learning goals.
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Scaling Online Education at a Small, Private University
The process and/or office which assists instructors in creating an online course. Instructional designers may assist with the course technology, look and feel, course flow, etc.
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Promoting Mediated Collaborative Inquiry in Primary and Secondary Science Settings: Sociotechnical Prescriptions for and Challenges to Curricular Reform
The systematic methods and methodology of developing materials for use by teachers and learners; a theoretically- and pedagogically-based based educational discipline.
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Flip-Game Engineering and Technology Methodology
The process by which learning products and experiences are designed, developed, and delivered, as well as the necessary materials, with the objective of helping the student to develop the necessary capacity to achieve certain tasks.
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Learning Theories, Motivation, and Distance Education
It is the realization of the most appropriate educational arrangements for the learning structure of the individual with the pre-acceptance of how learning takes place.
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Advancing a New General Education Curriculum Through a Faculty Community of Practice: A Model for Intentional Design
A field that encompasses both disciplinary research and the practice of developing curricula and courses. Numerous models exist to guide the process of creating learning objectives, activities and assessments, selecting content, and incorporating instructional strategies.
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Investigating Sociocultural Issues in Instructional Design Practice and Research: The Singapore Symposium
Although definitions of ID vary, most subscribe to systematic approaches for optimizing the effectiveness, efficiency and aesthetics of instructional products and learning experiences.
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Instructional Design Considerations, Challenges, and Best Practices on Cross-Cultural Adult Web-Based Learning Experiences in Higher Education
The systematic development of instructional specifications using learning and instructional theory to ensure the quality of instruction. It is the entire process of analysis of learning needs, goals and the development of a delivery system to meet those needs. In a nut shell, ID can be defined as moving from teaching and content perspective to a learning and learner perspective.
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Internet Citizenship: Course Design and Delivery Using ICT
In the present context, this refers to the techniques that were adopted to encourage the students to seek and evaluate information and to provide written and oral reports to the instructor and to the class.
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Effect of Transparency in Different Modalities: A Case Study in Business Courses
Creation of learning experiences and materials in a manner that results in the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills. The discipline follows a system of assessing needs, designing a process, developing materials, and evaluating their effectiveness.
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Multimodal Learning Analytics for Educational Digital Storytelling: A Proposition for Evaluation Methods and Techniques
The systematic process of activities to solve an instructional problem with the aid of technologies anchored in Human-Computer Interaction.
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Preparing Teachers to Teach Online
The process of planning for the development and delivery of effective education and training materials. Instructional designers employ a systematic process that considers learner needs, desired learning outcomes, delivery requirements and constraints, motivation, psychology, and related issues.
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How Is Motivation Located in the Instructional Design Process?
On the basis of a learning philosophy, it explains the processes of organizing learning in the most appropriate conditions and in a way to reach the most appropriate gains.
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Building Quality Online Courses: Online Course Development Partnership and Model
The systematic process of translating principles of learning and instruction into content that is conducive for learning ( Smith & Ragan, 1999 ).
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The Wireless Revolution and Schools
Is the sector which has to do, on international levels, with the study of criteria and instructional models applicable to diverse contexts, in such a way that learning has a greater possibility of becoming effective, efficient, and appealing.
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Interaction in Cooperative Learning
Instructional design, also known as instructional systems design, is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction. Instructional designers often use instructional technology as a method for developing instruction. Instructional design models typically specify a method, that if followed will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, skills and attitude to the recipient or acquirer of the instruction.
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Learning and Teaching in the Modern Age
This refers to a well-defined and systematic design, development, and delivery of instructional materials, which takes into account the needs of the learner, their end goals, and ways to make learning engaging and inspiring. Several approaches and models to instructional design are included in the definition, and instructional designers should apply the best ones according to the students’ needs, learning aims and outcomes, learning environment and more.
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Digital Literacy and the Position of the End-User
Lay-out of an optimal integration of educational content and interface lay out of end-user software.
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Designing Language Learning Experiences With Generative AI Tools
An applied field for designing, developing, and delivering learning experiences using a systems approach.
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Enhancing Elementary Classroom Learning Experiences With Mobile Learning: Implications for Practice
An activity of designing the instruction for learning by developing feasible ways of transferring knowledge, skills and attitudes to learners, and assessing them.
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Constructivist Instructional Design: A Blueprint for Online Course Design
The systematic process of translating a plan of instruction into a set of activities, materials, information and/or assessment procedures (Smith and Ragan, 2005, p. 4-6).
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Taxonomies for Technology
The process of is concerned with the planning, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of instructional activities or events and the purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge about the steps for the development of instruction.
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Developing Prescriptive Taxonomies for Distance Learning Instructional Design
An applied, cross-disciplinary professional (postgraduate) design discipline that integrates human learning theory and instructional practice to develop, produce, implement, and evaluate effective educational experiences and learning environments to improve human performance outcomes, knowledge construction, and the acquisition of robust transfer competencies.
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How Teachers Use Instructional Design in Real Classrooms
The field of instructional design includes a range of professions from programmers and graphic artists, to the instructional designer. Designers are able to analyze instruction, learners, environments, strategies, and media to develop effective instruction of training. Designers may or may not be subject matter experts.
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The Respective Roles of Broad and Deep Research in Instructional Design and Development Work
Systematic work of designing and building learning experiences for effective and efficient learning.
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Using Games to Teach Design Patterns and Computer Graphics
Constitutes a systematic framework that involves educational theories, instructional strategies, and other elements to support learning experiences, and permits one to acquire competences based on educative goals.
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Challenges, Issues, and Trends in Adult Education
The systematic process of design and develop of instruction for specific goals and objectives based on theoretical and practical research. It is a process to build a bridge between instructors and learners to facilitate the teaching and learning.
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Technology Aspects of Information Literacy in the Workplace
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction
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Learning Activities Model
The process of is concerned with the planning, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of instructional activities or events and the purpose of the discipline is to build knowledge about the steps for the development of instruction.
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The Benefits for Faculty Teaching in Online and F2F Environments
Theory and practice of analyzing learning needs and goals, developing a delivery system to meet those needs, and measuring the system’s effectiveness.
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Instructional Design and E-Training
Instructional Design is the systematic development of instructional specifications using learning and instructional theory to ensure the quality of instruction. It is the entire process of analysis of learning needs and goals and the development of a delivery system to meet those needs. It includes development of instructional materials and activities; and tryout and evaluation of all instruction and learner activities ( Berger, 1996 ).
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Ethical Considerations for Learning Game, Simulation, and Virtual World Design and Development
Using theories and models of learning and instruction, instructional design is the systematic development of learning specifications to be used by teachers and learners or as part of a technological development to support learning activities. Also known as: learning design; similar to: curricular design; associated in the manuscript with: learning environment design process and research. Notable appearances of this term can be found on: 7, 8, 9.
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Learning Amidst Mayhem: Researching Teacher Development and Technology Use in Second-Grade Classrooms
This term refers to using the elements of instruction that ensure its quality; this process starts with understanding student needs, abilities, and goals and then working to develop instruction with them as the basis.
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Developing Pedagogical Skills for Teachers: A Learner-Centered Approach for Technology Supported Instructions
This is the procedural framework used by instructors for producing systematic instructions to be followed by learners.
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Workflow Systems in E-Learning Environments
Instructional Design is the systematic development of instructional specifications using learning and instructional theory to ensure the quality of instruction. It is the entire process of analysis of learning needs and goals and the development of a delivery system to meet those needs. It includes development of instructional materials and activities; and tryout and evaluation of all instruction and learner activities (Gagné et al., 1992)
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Faculty Support Systems
The systematic design of course materials. A common model called “ADDIE” includes Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation.
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Designing Instruction for Successful Online Learning
A systematic approach for designing learning materials based on learning theories and research.
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Dimensions of Student Satisfaction on Online Programs
The systematic method of how to plan, develop, evaluate and manage the instructional process effectively.
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Unifying Instructional and Game Design
The “systematic and reflective process of translating plans” for the variety of material used for learning and teaching (Smith & Ragan, 2005).
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Instructional Design in Human Resource Development Academic Programs in the USA
A systematic and comprehensive process for designing and developing effective, efficient, and reliable instruction based on scientific approaches.
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Developing a Reflexive Teaching Model
A systematic process for responding to instructional problems, needs, and opportunities.
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Role of the Social Constructivist Theory, Andragogy, and Computer-Mediated Instruction (CMI) in Adult ESL Learning and Teaching Environments: How Students Transform Into Self-Directed Learners Through Mobile Technologies
The practice of arranging media (communication technology) and content to help learners and teachers transfer knowledge most effectively. The process consists broadly of determining the current state of learner understanding, defining the end goals of instruction, and creating media-based intervention to assist during the transition. Ideally, the process is informed by pedagogically tested theories of learning and may take place in student-only, teacher-led, or community-based settings.
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Teaching Shakespeare Online in a Virtual Classroom
Instructional design, and the more holistically based practice instructional systems design, are technologies of education and instruction. Instructional design and instructional systems design are scientifically derived processes which are intended to optimize learning gains in knowledge and performance from precisely designed instruction.
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Enhancing Business Education with Technology Using Social Media to Aid Learning
Course development; structure for the delivery of course material.
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Reaching Diverse Learners by Offering Different Course Delivery Methods
The process of determining the best methods to design, develop, and deliver instructional materials to bring desired changes in student learning and skills.
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Moving Targeted Online Learner Analytics Into the Hands of Teachers
A process of analyzing the learning needs of students through the use of formative practices as part of the Instructional-Evaluation Design Theory to develop a plan to address the needs of the students and meet instructional goals (Reigeluth & Chellman, 1999 AU32: The in-text citation "Reigeluth & Chellman, 1999" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ; University of Michigan, 1996 ).
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Quality Function Deployment in Training Design
A framework for instructional decision making derived from learning theory, educational psychology, and best practices (Rossett, 2003)
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How Adults Learn Through Information Technologies
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Instructional Design to Foster Computational Thinking Using Educational Robotics
Process by which learning experiences are created with the intention of acquire some knowledge, competence, or skill.
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Distance Education at University Settings
Instructional design is a systematic approach to maximize the effectiveness of learning through conducting the main components of instructional design models including needs assessment, designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of instruction.
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Motivating the Adult Learner in Online Discussion
Process of designing learning products and experiences.
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Using Design Patterns to Support E-Learning Design
A process for the design and development of instructional materials and learning activities based on learning theory research.
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Designing and Developing Online and Distance Courses
The systematic way to design and develop a course or instructional materials. Its process includes major steps, such as the analysis of potential learners, the analysis of the learning objectives, the analysis of the learning environment, and the arrangement and organization of learning and teaching activities. The arrangement and organization of learning and teaching activities are mainly based on the results of the analysis of learners, the learning objectives, and the learning environment.
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Instructional Design for the Technological Learning Environment
The educator must use those learned connection to develop focused lesson plans with a specific purpose.
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A Framework for the Design of Online Competency-Based Education to Promote Student Engagement
The systematic design of training in accordance with established principles of learning. Focuses on alignment among learning objectives, content, instructional strategy and activities, and assessment items.
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Strategies for Designing Equitable, Accessible, and Effective Blended and Fully Online Education
A systematic process for analyzing the needs of learners and using the intended learning outcomes for a course to guide course design, delivery, and evaluation.
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Online Course Design Tips for Boosting Learner Autonomy With Synchronous and Asynchronous Tools
The design for learning goals which includes core elements such as learner needs, prior knowledge of learners, learner engagement, interaction, and content.
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Using the COVA Approach to Promote Active Learning in Digital Learning Environments
To respond to the demands of the connected world of our learners, our instructional design must be equally flexible, proactive and purposeful.
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Information Competency and E-Learning
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction
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Literacy and Technology
Systematic process of developing educational programs.
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Instructional Support for Distance Education
The didactical rationale for a learning scenario which includes instructional elements as well as the application of tools.
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Innovative Curriculum Design: A Disruptive Approach
“The application of learning theories to create effective instruction” ( Thomas, 2010 , p. 181).
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Multimedia Integration in Active Online Learning Environments
Also known as instructional systems design is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction. Instructional designers often use instructional technology as a method for developing instruction. Instructional design models typically specify a method that, if followed, will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, skills, and attitude to the recipient or acquirer of the instruction.
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Principles of Natural Language Processing and Adaptive Courseware in E-Assessments: Empirical Evaluations
Instructional design includes the practice of creating instructional experiences that make the acquisition of knowledge and skill more efficient, effective, and appealing.
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Promises and Pitfalls of Open and Distance Learning: Course Design During the Corona Lockdown
It is the implementation of every activity to be carried out in educational environments according to a certain plan.
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Mobile Technology and Learning
The design of learning experiences guided by educational theories and best practices.
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Principles of Instructional Design for E-Learning and Online Learning Practices: Implications for Medical Education
Process of determining learning goals and objectives, designing educational content and learning environment, selecting and utilizing the best practices of pedagogical methods and strategies, and planning reliable and valid assessment process for optimum student learning outcomes.
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Curriculum Development and Open Distance E-Learning for the 21st Century: Natural Sciences and Technology Education Modules
includes processes of the gathering of information for making decisions about instruction, processes creating instructional plans, processes of creating instructional resources, processes of implementing the instruction and lastly processes of evaluating the instruction.
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Transforming a Pediatrics Lecture Series to Online Instruction
Phase with the instructional systems design process where instruction in planned that is designed to close and instructional gap based on learning theory and instructional design theory.
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Beyond Textbooks: Sources of Good Virtual Training
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Applying Instructional Design Guidelines for Community Health Programs in Health Education
A systems representation of the stages of activity to develop educational interventions.
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The Contribution of Information Communication Technologies in Online Career Counseling: Case Study of an Online Community Within Higher Education
The process of inquiring participants’ needs, goals, expectations, motivation and barriers to participation in order to define specific learning outcomes, which are expected to be achieved upon completion of the teaching and learning activities, as well as of the assessment tasks that have been designed in an earlier phase.
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Instructional Design for Simulations in Special Education Virtual Learning Spaces
A systematic process for responding to instructional problems, needs, and opportunities.
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Social and Economic Maxims of ICT in Education
Strategies for teaching that integrate pedagogy and technology together to develop behaviourism, pragmatism, and constructivism in learners.
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Professionally Ethical Ways to Harness an Art-Making Generative AI to Support Innovative Instructional Design Work
The systematic design of teaching and learning to optimize the process (based on theory, empirical research, data, target learners, discipline content areas, and other inputs).
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Professional Development Course for Online Teaching and the Production and Use of Instructor-Produced Video
A systematic process for the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational interventions.
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Game4Manager: More Than Virtual Managers
Consists in the determination of the actual learner state of needs, defining the goals and creating the intervention needs to support the transition process.
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Strategies for Planning, Developing, and Implementing a Heuristic for Inclusive Instructional Design for Higher Education Settings
Intentional process of creating, implementing, and evaluating learning experiences. In the context of this chapter, instructional design is framed around the research and reflect , design and draft , and employ and evaluate phases.
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Pre-Service Teacher Preparation to Integrate Computational Thinking
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Best Teaching and Technology Practices for the Hybrid Flipped College Classroom
A structured process of designing educational products and intervention, a process composed of phases of activity (see ADDIE) that are interconnected.
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Instructional Strategies for Game-Based Learning
A strategic process to create instruction that is stated in terms of methods that seek to facilitate the learning of knowledge, skills, and attitudes.
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Powerpoint vs. Recorded Lectures: An African American Perspective on Online Education
The analysis of learning needs and then the systematic development of learning materials using technology and media.
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Online Instructional Practices for Racially Diverse Student Populations in United States Higher Education Institutions: Challenges and Best Practices
The process of creating instructional experiences that make the acquisition of knowledge and skill more efficient, effective, and appealing.
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Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Scenarios: And External Representations for Promoting Them
The didactical rationale for a learning scenario which includes instructional elements as well.
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Digital Citizenship Instruction in K-20 Education
A systematic analysis of training needs and the development of aligned instruction.
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Traditional and Emerging Instructional Design Models
The process of creating and designing curriculum for deliver in the face-to-face or online classroom to promote effective student learning.
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Designing Effective Computer-Based Learning Materials
A systematic approach for designing learning materials based on learning theories and research.
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A Model for Knowledge and Innovation in Online Education
The systematic application of instructional content, technology and tools used to design an individualized, interactive and reflective online learning environment.
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The Application of Sound and Auditory Responses in E-Learning
Instructional design is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction. Instructional designers often use Instructional technology as a method for developing instruction. Instructional design models typically specify a method, that if followed will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, skills, and attitude to the recipient or acquirer of the instruction.
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