The ID Casebook

The ID Casebook : Case Studies in Instructional Design

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For graduate-level Instructional Design courses. With 20 cases, this is a thorough revision of the only ID casebook available. The thirty-six richly-detailed, authentic cases are all written by practicing instructional designers--and have been carefully chosen to provide enough depth to develop competence while maintaining a text length that is accessible within the timeframe of a standard course. By giving students opportunities to encounter many different challenges in a variety of settings (corporate, K-12, higher education) involving a range of issues and subjects, these cases effectively bridge the gulf between the complexities of the design world and the principles taught in ID courses.show more

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 190 x 232.2 x 11.7mm | 399.17g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Merrill
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0130943215
  • 9780130943217

Table of contents

PART I. INTRODUCTION. Strategies for Analyzing a Case Study. Developing a Facilitative Mindset. PART II. CASE STUDIES. Jackie Adams, Melissa J. Dark. Sam Bell, Jacqueline L. Dobrovolny and Robert J. Spence. Abby Carlin, Monica W. Tracey. Ross Caslon, Ann Kovalchick. Rebekka Chapman, Sara Jane Coffman. Denny Clifford, Peggy A. Ertmer and Katherine S. Cennamo. Iris Daniels, Timothy W. Spannaus and Toni Stokes Jones. Lynn Dorman, Marianne L. Sebok and William J. Dorin. Carla Fox, Kara Dawson, Rose Pringle, and Skip Marshall. Suzanne Garner, Teresa Franklin. Malcolm Gibson, Joanna C. Dunlap. Sam Gonzales, Brenda Sugrue. Craig Gregersen, Stephen Dundis. Sandra Hernandez and Jake Spaulding, John P. Campbell. Jim Huggins, Timothy W. Spannaus. Davey Jones, Gary Elsbernd and Donald A. Stepich. David Jimenez, Marti F. Julian, Valerie A. Larsen, and Mable B. Kinzie. Jacci Joya, Julie Muelhausen and Peggy A. Ertmer. Pat Kelsoe and Jean Fallon, Carol S. Kamin and Brent G. Wilson. Terry Kirkland, M. Elizabeth Hrabe, Valerie A. Larsen, and Mable B. Kinzie. Diane King, Ronnie Hendel-Giller and Donald A. Stepich. Haley Lawrence, Diane Ehrlich. Ricardo Martinez, Patti Shank. Austin McGwire and Ken Casey, I. Andrew Teasdale and Sean R. Tangney. Clare Morris, Joanna C. Dunlap. Catherine Nelson, Linda Lohr and Laura Summers. Michelle Nguyen, Joanna C. Dunlap. Beth Owens, Michael L. Wray and Brent G. Wilson. Mary Robbins, Brenda Sugrue. Michael Sanchez, Donald A. Stepich and Timothy J. Newby. Andrew Stewart, Steven M. Ross and Gary R. Morrison. Frank Tawl and Semra Senbetto, Peggy A. Ertmer and Walter Dick. Maya Thomas, Chandra Orrill and Janette R. Hill. Elizabeth Ward and Catherine Peterson, Christine L. Thornam and Lauren Clark. Brent Wilson and May Lowry: The COMET(R) Modules, Brent G. Wilson, May Lowry, and Joe Lamos. Jay Winzinried, Tristan Johnson, Doris Choy, Winhao Huang, and Matthew F. Rose. PART III. CASE LEARNING: REFLECTIONS AND FUTURE POSSIBILTIES. Taking Stock of Your Learning: Setting Your Sights on the Future. Constructing ID Case Studies for Use Via the World Wide Web. Appendix: Web Case Design Analysis Worksheet. References.show more

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"The ID CaseBook pioneers what I hope will be a professional case tradition in ID that will convey the wisdom of practice and the complexity of design. Ertmer and Quinn have set a standard against which future ID casework will be measured." -- Joan Mazur, University of Kentucky "There is no substitute for application of our theories to problems in the real world. This text puts the real world right "in your face" as class members puzzle their way through true-to-life situations." -- Nick Eastmond, Utah State University "I find that the rich contexts presented make ID principles, concepts, and procedures relevant for newcomers to the field, yet are of sufficient sophistication to challenge and ring true for more experienced learners." -- Patricia L. Smith, University of Oklahoma "The ID CaseBook provides a way to contextualize the instruction of instructional design skills and techniques. Moreover, it lends itself to dealing with issues confronting advanced as well as novice designers." -- Rita C. Richey, Wayne State Universityshow more

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