This learner-centered approach to instructional design gives the reader extensive experience in using the principles of instructional design. This book directly involves readers in the process of actually designing instructional events through (1) a comprehensive overview of instructional design principles as they apply in real settings; (2) explanations of how learning principles can be used to design responsive solutions to instructional problems in a range of settings (e.g. educational and training); (3) examination of the component parts of instructional design in a holistic approach by incorporating a wide range of contemporary instructional and assessment methods; and (4) ongoing reflection of one's own understanding of the instructional design process through dialogue with oneself and involvement in a design project. For professionals working in the field of education.
Education-Teaching, Schools-Teaching, Education-Theory, Administration,