This book is designed to introduce you to the foundational elements of instructional design-the fundamental principles, processes, and practices that currently shape and define the field. By not subscribing to any single ID model or approach, the authors are able to clearly articulate the principles of design (e.g., task analysis), and then they describe, compare, and contrast the processes of applying each principle as established by leaders in the field. Practical examples and application questions are woven throughout each chapter and present opportunities for you to check your understanding and apply what you've learned. Book jacket.
Abbie Brown, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics Science and Instructional Technology Education at East Carolina University. He is co-author of books including, Making the Most of the Web in Your Classroom (Corwin Press), and Teaching Strategies: A Guide to Effective Instruction (Wadsworth). He is also the editor-in-chief of the journal, TechTrends.
Timothy D. Green, a former elementary and middle school teacher, is currently an associate professor of Educational Technology at California State University, Fullerton. He received his Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. He was formerly the director of distance education for California State University, Fullerton. Green conducts research on online teaching and learning, one-to-one computing, and integrating technology into teaching and learning processes. He has authored numerous articles and books on these topics.
Part 1: Before You Begin Designing Instruction
Chapter 1: The Discipline of Instructional Design
Chapter 2: Understanding How People Think and Learn
Part 2: Examining the Situation — Needs, Task, and Learner Analysis
Chapter 3: Needs Analysis
Chapter 4: Task Analysis
Chapter 5: Analyzing Learners
Part 3: Creating Instruction — Planning, Designing, and Implementing the Intervention
Chapter 6: Instructional Goals and Objectives
Chapter 7: Organizing Instruction
Chapter 8: Learning Environments and Instructional Activities
Part 4: Evaluation — Determining the Effect of the Intervention
Chapter 9: Evaluating Learner Achievement
Chapter 10: Determining the Success of the Instructional Design Product and Process
Part 5: Media Production — Managing the Media Development Process
Chapter 11: Instructional Media Production Management
Chapter 12: Visual Design for Instructional Media