9780138590420

The ID Casebook: Case Studies in Instructional Design

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  • ISBN13:

    9780138590420

  • ISBN10:

    0138590427

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-01-01
  • Publisher: Pearson College Div
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This one-of-a-kind casebook features 24 contributed cases which present richly detailed, authentic instructional design situations. It is an ideal supplement for any introductory instructional design course textbook and can also be used as a main text in advanced courses for students who already possess the foundational knowledge of the subject. The cases help students bridge the gap between the complexities of the design world and the isolated principles taught in traditional instructional design courses. By encountering a variety of issues, contexts, and content areas, students have the opportunity to apply the principles of instructional design to realistic problems they will encounter when they become practitioners.

Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction 1(6)
Peggy A. Ertmer
James Quinn
Strategies for Analyzing a Case
1(2)
Developing a Facilitative Mindset
3(4)
Part II: Case Studies 7(130)
1 Andrew Stewart
7(5)
Steven M. Ross
Gary R. Morrison
2 Antonio Mendez
12(3)
Anna Flynn
James D. Klein
3 Carrie Brackman
15(6)
John P. Campbell
4 Clare Morris
21(4)
Joanna C. Dunlap
5 COMET
25(9)
Brent Wilson
May Lowry
Joe Lamos
6 Denny Clifford
34(4)
Peggy A. Ertmer
Katherine S. Cennamo
7 Elizabeth Kirk
38(4)
Molly H. Baker
8 Frank and Semra
42(4)
Peggy A. Ertmer
Walter Dick
9 Haley Lawrence
46(7)
Diane Ehrlich
10 Jim Huggins
53(7)
Timothy W. Spannaus
11 Julie Tatano
60(9)
Ann Kovalchick
Mable B. Kinzie
Marti F. Julian
M. Elizabeth Hrabe
12 Karen Cole
69(4)
Katherine S. Cennamo
13 Kathryn O'Neil
73(4)
Molly H. Baker
14 Lynn Dorman
77(4)
Marianne L. Sebok
William J. Dorin
15 Mary Robbins
81(5)
Brenda Sugrue
16 Michael Sanchez
86(3)
Donald A. Stepich
Timothy J. Newby
17 Michelle Nguyen
89(6)
Joanna C. Dunlap
18 Rebekka Chapman
95(3)
Sara Jane Coffman
19 Roger Wilson
98(10)
Katherine S. Cennamo
20 Ronda Feldberg
108(5)
Timothy J. Newby
Donald A. Stepich
21 Sam Bell
113(4)
Jacquelyn L. Dobrovolny
Robert J. Spence
22 Sam Gonzales
117(7)
Brenda Sugrue
23 Sandra Hernandez
124(4)
John P. Campbell
24 Terry Kirkland
128(9)
M. Elizabeth Hrabe
Valerie A. Larsen
Mable B. Kinzie
Part III: Taking Stock of Your Learning; Setting Your Sights on the Future 137(12)
Peggy A. Ertmer
Reflection on the Case-Learning Experience
137(1)
Reflection on the Usefulness of the Case Method as a Teaching Strategy
138(1)
Reflection on the Future of Case-Based Instruction in the ID field
139(2)
ID Case Studies Via the World Wide Web
141(8)
Ann Kovalchick
M. Elizabeth Hrabe
Marti F. Julian
Mable B. Kinzie
Why Design Web-Based Case Studies?
141(1)
Realism
141(1)
Multiple Media
142(1)
Hyperlink Navigation
142(2)
Activities for Comparing Text Cases and Multimedia Web-Based Cases
144(1)
Comparison of Web and Print-Based Cases
144(2)
Using Web-Based Cases in the Classroom and Competition Environments
146(1)
Active Immersion into the World of a Case Study
146(1)
Collaboration
146(1)
Role-Playing
147(1)
Multiple Perspectives
147(1)
Web-Based Research
147(2)
Appendix: Case Study Analysis 149

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