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SOM2019 Instructional-Design Theory Using O365 OneNote

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Mark Eaton

on 28 December 2016

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Transcript of SOM2019 Instructional-Design Theory Using O365 OneNote

Instructional-Design Theory
"An instructional-design theory is a theory that offers explicit guidance on how to better help people learn and develop."
What an Instructional Design Theory is not:
A learning theory - which are descriptive and help us understand how people learn
An instructional-design process - Instructional-design theory is concerned with what the design should be
A curriculum theory - what must be learned versus how it should be learned
Reigeluth, C., (1999). What is instructional-design theory and how is it changing. In C. Reigeluth (Eds.), Instructional-design theories and models: A new paradigm of instructional theory (5 - 29). USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Facilitating change in medical education through a distributed educational technology environment
Mark Eaton & Christina Magnifico
Office of Medical Education
Medical Education Technology
New Curriculum in 2017
Histopathology Laboratories
Lecture on normal
Acquiring knowledge
Presentation of atlas
Medical cases
Abnormal (disease)
Differential diagnosis
Reference to Normal
Learning Management System
Optimized for Administration
Social Learning
Histopathology Laboratories
First Pilot (Office 365 OneNote)
Curriculum Changes
Level the floors!
Active Learning
Problem-Based Learning
Clinical Skills
Medical cases
Abnormal (disease)
Differential diagnosis
Reference to Normal
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