This exciting text for instructional design courses provides future educators a solid rationale and specific procedures for designing instruction that leads to the positive outcomes expected from education and training in today's competitive world. Firmly grounded in current instructional design trends, the latest cognitive psychology research, and constructivism, Designing Effective Instruction first establishes a sound basis for systematic instructional planning. It then presents a ten-element model that combines both behavioral and cognitive philosophies to create a flexible, heuristic framework appropriate for designing both traditional classroom and non-traditional, interactive learning programs. Extensive treatment of instructional project management and of evaluation is provided, along with dozens of real-life examples to reinforce content, and a wealth of ideas for implementing the instructional design process.
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Book Description Merrill Publishing Company, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 23629894
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