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Instructional Design Models
Transcript of Instructional Design Models
Instructional Design Models
(also called Instructional Systems Design (ISD)) is the process of creating instructions. The goal of instructional design is to make learning more efficient and effective. The process actually teaches the learner the current state and the need of the end result of instruction. Also, offering to assist in the transition.
Instructor: Susan Escobar
Instructional Design IMED-2301
Gagne's Instructional Model
In 1965, Robert Mills Gagné was an American educational known for his "Conditions of Learning". Gagné developed the science of instruction during WWII when he worked with the Army Air Corps training pilots.
He implemented nine events of instructions which identified the mental conditions of learning.
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Robert M. Gagné. (2012, May 31). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01:00, June 11, 2012, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robert_M._Gagn%C3%A9&oldid=495308605
AIDDE is a acronym that stands for:
This is a common model developed by Florida State University in 1975 for U.S. Army implementation process developed by
Evolved 1965 for World War II for Department of Defense
Design for mental performance
1975 Florida State University creates model for US Army
Design to solve human performance
Does not provide problem instructional solutions
Not meant to determine if training is correct answer to a problem
Used to achieve instructional solutions
Gagne's are typically used by educators, the military and industrial trainers.
Addie has been used by the U.S. Army for the two wars.
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