Real World Instructional Design: An Iterative Approach to Designing Learning Experiences

[Epub] ↠ Real World Instructional Design: An Iterative Approach to Designing Learning Experiences Author Katherine S. Cennamo – Johndore.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 386 pages
  • Real World Instructional Design: An Iterative Approach to Designing Learning Experiences
  • Katherine S. Cennamo
  • 14 July 2018
  • 1351362259

About the Author: Katherine S. Cennamo

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Real World Instructional Design: An Iterative Approach to Designing Learning ExperiencesAn Ideal Textbook For Instructional Designers In Training,Real World Instructional Design Emphasizes The Collaborative, Iterative Nature Of Instructional Design Positing Instructional Design As A Process Of Simultaneous Rather Than Sequential Tasks With Learner Centered Outcomes, This Volume Engages With The Essential Building Blocks Of Systematically Designed Instruction Learner Needs And Characteristics, Goals And Objectives, Instructional Activities, Assessments, And Formative EvaluationsKey Features Include A Designer S Toolkit That Includes Tips And Approaches That Practitioners Use In Their Work Vignettes And Narrative Case Studies That Illustrate The Complexities And Iterative Nature Of Instructional Design And Forms, Templates, And Questionnaires To Support Students In Applying The Chapter Content This Streamlined Second Edition Updates Its Coverage Of Culture And Technologies In Learning And Presents A Timeless Approach To Instructional Design Skills

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10 thoughts on “Real World Instructional Design: An Iterative Approach to Designing Learning Experiences

  1. Devrim Ozdemir says:

    It was the first instructional design book I read in my doctoral program written by our professor at Virginia Tech It was nice book particularly focusing on the business aspect of instructional design.