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The Dynamic Instructional Design Model

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Rachel Croswell

on 16 December 2013

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Transcript of The Dynamic Instructional Design Model

Step Four: Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies
Teaching Strategies:
the methods you will use to assist your students in achieving objectives
Learning Strategies:
the techniques and activities that you will require your students to engage in to master the content

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A learning environment includes all conditions, circumstances, and influences that affect the learner's development.
The learning environment influences the student's behavior and receptiveness to learn
The Dynamic Instructional Design Model
21st Century Learning Environments
Step One: Know the learners
Instruction must be adjusted to ensure that it helps the majority of the learners.

Question that help examine students:

What are their developmental stages, physically and cognitively?
What in their cultural or language backgrounds may affect how the receive instruction?
What are their current skills and base knowledge?
What are their individual learning styles, cognitive styles, and types of intelligence?
How are the learners the same and different from each other?
Answer the questions to get a clear picture of your learners.
Step Two: State Your Objectives
Performance objectives state what the learner will be able to do after receiving instruction.
It is the performance that is expected of the student
Step Three: Establish the Learning Environment
Step Five: Identify and Select Technologies
Instructional technologies: tools used to enhance and support the teaching and learning strategies planned by the teacher.
Step Six: Summative Evaluation and Revision Plan
The DID model is an instructional design model that includes six phases. It explains all of the critical elements necessary to design effective instruction. It is a flexible system for designing instruction.
The student will be able to identify, with 95% accuracy, the subject and the verb in sentences contributed by peers and written on the board
The student will be able to
Target Performance:
identify the subject and verb
Assessment method:
in sentences contributed by peers and written on the board
Criterion for success:
with 95% accuracy
Bloom's Taxonomy
the actions and activities that a teacher uses to communicate a concept. They should address the learning styles of the students
the technologies that are used to facilitate the method.
Support Technologies
Audio Visual Digital

Cassette tapes Videotapes Computer hardware
Radio DVDs Webcasts
CD ROMs Overhead projector Streaming video
Talking books Slide projector Streaming audio
Multimedia CDs Cartoons and Drawings Educational software
MP3s Document camera Electronic whiteboards

Evaluate the effectiveness of the teaching and revise the plan. It leaves room for improving the plan. This is the final review of the process.
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By: Rachel Croswell
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