Instructional Design Training


The Instructional Design Training Outline:

Instructional Design – What is it?
Stating an Instructional Design problem
Instructional Design – The Relationship between concept and practice
The ID Process for designing and developing eLearning
The ID Concepts – Theories and Models
The Three Approaches to Instructional Design
Knowles’ Theory of Andragogy
Keller’s ARCS Model of Motivation
The Three Learning Domains
Learning Styles
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction
ADDIE Model as applied to CDLC
Kirkpatrick Model for Summative Evaluation
The Cognitive Load Theory
Dale’s Cone of Experience
Instructional Design, eLearning, and Content Development
eLearning Design and Development – the Framework
Different Stages and the corresponding documents of the ID Process
Training your mind to think like an Instructional Designer
Writing Goals and Objectives/Competencies
The ID Terminology – Right, Wrong, and the Overlaps
The Three Analyses and how they lead to Course Design
A fail-safe process for designing robust courses
Content Structuring and Chunking
Methods to select appropriate content
Writing to reach your audience – language and style-mapping
Understanding interactive learning for the remote audience
Peripheral Learning for an instructional designer
Understanding the internal audience
Understanding the remote audience
Storyboarding for clarity and process efficiency
Writing effective visual description
Writing Effective Voice-overs and Dialogs
Writing logical and complete interactivity description
Ensuring the learning effectiveness of content through the right selection of guidance and reinforcement activities.
Designing and writing evaluative activities.
Writing introductory and Summative Content
ID/content development standards prevalent in the industry
Cultural Awareness of language issues – Indian vs. American/British
Factoring culture into Instructional Design
Establishing a grading matrix for a course.
Introduction to assessment types.
Template-creation for various design and development documents
Understanding the how and why of LMSs
Introduction to SCORM-Conformance and ADL Standards
Readability and Accessibility – Awareness and Appreciation
So how will we accomplish all this?

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