The key points from this module are:
- When carrying out an Instructional Design process, the designer should ask themselves the following questions in order to reach the intended outcome.
o Where are we going?
o How will we get there?
o How will we know when we have arrived?
- The four main Instructional Design Models are:
o ADDIE model
o Dick and Carey Model
o Kemp’s Instructional Design Model
o Kirkpatrick’s 4 Levels of Training Evaluation
- An Instructional Analysis is a set of procedures that, when applied to an instructional goal, results in the identification of the relevant steps for performing a goal and the subordinate skills required for a student to achieve the goal.
- Entry skills, Attitude, Motivation and Abilities are characteristics that should be considered when conducting a Learner analysis.
- A vision statement outlines where you want to be and a mission statement talks about how you will get to where you want to be.
- Outcome-Based Education is an approach to planning, delivering and evaluating instruction that requires administrators, teachers and students to focus their attention and efforts on the desired results of education.
- The key to achieving Constructive Alignment is that all components in the teaching system i.e. each aspect from inception to completion, are aligned to each other to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes.
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