Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design for Traditional, Online, and Blended Environments
Introduction to Systematic Instructional Design for Traditional, Online, and Blended Environments provides an accessible introduction for instructional design novices. The book updates traditional, ADDIE-based approaches (named for the five-step Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation sequence) to make them relevant for designing today's in-person, multimedia, and distance learning environments. The book's features reflect characteristics that make it uniquely useful among other texts on the topic in that it supports instructional design novices, updates design to address new technologies, illustrates design for online and blended learning environments, and asks that students create their own instructional design projects as they move through the text.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 210.82 x 271.78 x 12.7mm | 544.31g
- 28 Aug 2014
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
PREFACE PART I: ANALYSIS Chapter 1 Rationale for Using a Systematic Instructional Design Approach Chapter 2 Analyzing Needs and Identifying Instructional Goals Chapter 3 Analyzing Instructional Goals for Learning Conditions and Sequence Chapter 4 Preparing Instructional Design Objectives and Assessment Strategies PART II: DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND IMPLEMENTATION Chapter 5 Developing Assessment Materials Chapter 6 Developing and Documenting Effective Instructional Strategies Chapter 7 Choosing and Developing Instructional Materials Chapter 8 Organizing Traditional, Online, and Blended Learning Environments PART III: EVALUATION Chapter 9 Evaluating and Revising Instruction Chapter 10 Post-Design Activities and Final Notes
About M. D. Roblyer
A graduate of Florida State University's instructional systems program, M. D. Roblyer has been a professor of instructional technology and educational leadership in higher education institutions for over 30 years. She has authored or coauthored hundreds of books, monographs, articles, columns, and papers on educational technology research and practice and has taught instructional design in both online and traditional formats at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her textbook Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching (with Aaron Doering, Pearson Education, 2013) is internationally adopted for undergraduate and graduate instructional technology courses and has been translated into several languages. She is currently Adjunct Professor of Instructional Technology and Distance Education (ITDE) at Nova Southeastern University.