Designing Effective Instruction

[Epub] Designing Effective Instruction  By Gary R. Morrison – Johndore.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 441 pages
  • Designing Effective Instruction
  • Gary R. Morrison
  • English
  • 03 December 2018
  • 0470074264

About the Author: Gary R. Morrison

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Designing Effective Instruction This Valuable Resource Provides Instructional Designers With The Guidance They Need To Meet The Challenge Of Creating Effective And Efficient Instruction Maintaining A Careful Balance Between Theory And Application, The Fourth Edition Presents A Practical, Easy To Follow Approach To Instructional Design That Can Be Applied To K 12 Classrooms, Higher Education, Distance Education, And Business Programs The Authors Incorporate Behavioral And Cognitive Approaches Into Their Model, So That Readers Can Reap The Benefits Of Both.

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10 thoughts on “Designing Effective Instruction

  1. Susan says:

    Better than Smith Ragan, but not quite as strong as Gagne.

  2. Kristena says:

    I would give this book 0 stars if I could It is very poorly organized and uses unnecessary jargon.

  3. Kayla says:

    I rated it based on the content not if I d read it again, though because the information is sound, clear, helpful and easily applied it is definitely a book I will turn to in my Instructional Design career.Highl...

  4. Gayle Francis Moffet says:

    The four stars is for the information itself This book does a good job of explaining all the options available to someone needing to design instruction for a variety of projects It s generally well organized and easy to find information you need to review.I did have some issues with the amount of information crammed into certain chapters and the fact that while the book used examples that could come from real world scenarios, the authors routinely used six or seven scenarios a chapter, which m The four stars is for the information itself This book does a good job of explaining all the options available to someone needing to design instruction for a variety of projects It s generally well organized and easy to find information you need to review.I did have some issues with the amount of information crammed into certain chapters and the fact that while the book used examples that could come from real world scenarios, the authors routinely used six or seven scenarios a chapter, which made it a littledifficult to understand how they were using the information they were providing I like the us...

  5. Kristie J. says:

    This book was the textbook in my introductory instructional design class I found it fairly easy to read, though somewhat formal and dry at times I liked the Expert s Edge sections where they shared real life stories of instructional designers I also liked the oval shaped model of instructional design at the...

  6. Yzobelle says:

    Very loaded book I appreciated this academic reference book because of its scientific and logical presentation of salient information that instructional designers need The book also offers good synthesis of concepts and theories that serve as the foundat...

  7. Fed says:

    Useful book on instructional design The book expresses points in details and giving many real life experiences The only thing that I found a bit annoying is that the authors take a long time to make their point this writing is a bit whimsical sometimes , and for a ...

  8. Jenny says:

    I will refer back to this textbook for a number of years, I think It s one of two that I would consider to be indispensable for those on an Instructional Design path It was an optional text for Training and Media Management, and I chose to purchase it.

  9. Carey says:

    Actually not too bad for a textbook

  10. Keach says:

    Practical and theory based This one ends up on my professional reference shelf.