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Common Vocabulary for ID

Citation Reigeluth, Charles M. & Carr-Chellman, A. A Common Language and Knowledge Base for ID? Retrieved 2/6/2009 from http://it.coe.uga.edu/itforum/paper91/Paper91.html. Summary Reigeluth proposes that design theory differs from descriptive (learning) theory because it identifies methods versus cause-effect relationships; he also contends that design theory assists in the creation (versus mere description) of outcomes. His five sets… Continue reading Common Vocabulary for ID

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ID/Project Management

McDaniel, K. and Liu, M. A Study of project management techniques for developing interactive multimedia programs: A practitioner's perspective. Journal of Research on Computing in Education: 29.1 (1996). 29-48. The mesh of ID and project management brought a refreshing practicality, and I especially appreciated the additions from Gentry on adoption (all of her supporting processes… Continue reading ID/Project Management

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Beginning the Development Process

Jenkins, S. (2007). Web Design. Wiley: Indianapolis, IN. The interesting aspect of Jenkins is that the website design process parallels ADDIE. The questions form the Analysis phase: What are the audience segments (learners)? What are the goals/uses (objectives)? What are the metrics (outcomes)? The Design phase involves creating prototypes and gathering feedback from users. The… Continue reading Beginning the Development Process

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Essential Instructional Design Elements

Cennamo, K. and Kalk, D. (2005). Real world instructional design. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. This chapter attempts to simplify the multi-step Dick and Carey model and succeeds because of its practical approach. The ID process is centered around 3 key ideas: design issues (elements); the design cycle (phases); and design collaboration (ACS). Design issues focuses… Continue reading Essential Instructional Design Elements

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Wiggins, G.P. and McTighe, J. (2005). Understanding by Design. 2nd ed. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development. Dick, W., Carey, L., and Carey, J.O., (2005). The Systematic Design of Instruction, 6th ed. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. I wasn't sure if we were also supposed to post reactions to the chapters--Jason and Xavier… Continue reading Unsure