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Instructional Design: the Smith and Regan Model

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Angela Christopher

on 1 October 2011

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Transcript of Instructional Design: the Smith and Regan Model

Front-end analysis Instructional Design Smith & Ragan Model Resources Design Team Try-out & Revision Large amounts of instruction SYSTEMS Widespread Dissemenation Conditions Based Learning Robert Gagne'

Gagne'
Reigeluth
Jonassen
Mager
Merril History &
Key People outcomes process events Strategies for
declarative
concepts
relational rules
procedural rules
problem solving
cognitive strategies
attitudes
psychomotor skills Task Needs Environment Learner Context Learner Characteristics
cognitive
physiological
affective
social Steps
Learning goal
Types of learning?
Information processing required?
Prerequisite analysis
Learning objectives
Test specifications
Assessing the learning... What is the purpose?
What ID model? What kinds & where? What forms? Write test items & directions How many items? Write an instructional blueprint Delivery Strategies Organizational Strategies Principles Procedures Concept
Learning General Sequence How should it be presented? How should it be sequenced? What content
is needed? Closure Body Intro Declarative
Knowledge Problem
Solving Cognitive
Strategies Psychomotor
Skills Attitudes Macro Strategies Implementation, Management & Implementation "Using designs in the context for which they are intended..." CBAM support needs & interests
complex implementation
high levels of change Management Design Teams
quality/performance
cost
time
scope Documents
proposal
resource analysis
schedule
budget
risk analysis
project report & summary Evaluation Formative
one-to-one
small group
field trials Summative
goals of evaluation
indicators of success
orientation
design or measures
collect data
analyze data
report results Conclusions:
Prescriptive model
Conditions based
Examines types of learning by Angela Christopher
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