Overview of Instructional Design

Thursday, December 13, 2018

9:00 am

Redwood Hall, RM: G17 Map

Sponsored by:
University IT Technology Training

Class Description

Instructional design is the art and science involved in the creation of learning experiences and materials that produce specific, structured and desired learning outcomes. This one-day session will demonstrate why creating learning materials is so much more than simply sitting down and writing a lesson plan. Participants will work through several phases of formal instructional design, for both classroom and online learning. 

Topics and Tools Discussed

  • The theory, practice, and technology of Instructional Design development
  • Historic developments from ISD, to ADDIE, to SAM; and design strategies from Behaviorism, to Cognitive Psychology
  • Recent influences from brain science
  • Storyline
  • Rise
  • Captivate
  • AR, VR, 360-Degree Video; and the newly comprehensive category coined  “XR”

Learning Objectives

After successful completion of this class, the learner will be able to:

  • Distinguish between topics and learning objectives
  • Explain the importance of targeting both short-term and long-term memory
  • Distinguish between Instructional design and eLearning authoring
  • Explain the purpose and importance of several Instructional Design-related tools

The learner will also be able to describe and distinguish among the following Instructional design elements:

  • Needs analysis
  • Task analysis
  • Learning hierarchy
  • Learning taxonomy
  • Learning matrix
  • Learning exercise
  • Learning evaluation
When:
Thursday, December 13, 2018
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where:
Redwood Hall, RM: G17 Map
Admission:

Faculty/Staff/Students

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Tags:

Class Education 

Audience:
Faculty/Staff, Students
Contact:
650-723-4391, techtraining@stanford.edu