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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL - HANNAFIN & PECK
Transcript of INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL - HANNAFIN & PECK
The Needs Assessment Phase
identify the need to develop the courseware. Involves the process of identifying the problem statement, the goal and objective of the courseware to be developed.
identified the knowledge and the skills of the learner who will be using this application.
Carried out :
Reviewing journals and articles about the development of fine motor skill in writing for children
Interviews with teachers about children’s learning to write process
The Design Phase
Development of the conceptual model for the courseware which involves the learning theory and the medium to be used in the application (the teaching and learning approach to be implemented and the components involve in this the application).
Evaluated and revised again based on the literature review in order to detect any inconsistency that may be involved.
The flowchart and story board are also created during this phase.
DR. KYLE PECK
This study resulted in the development of applications for learning syllabus and lesson plan. This study involved students and teachers. Adopt the model development process Hannafin and Peck (1988), which consists of three phases, namely:
i Need assessment.
iii Development and Implementation
analysis the market requirements, students and circumstances that existed on secondary data
From analysis result obtained information about the required teaching device; The study looked at secondary school students who have a different background knowledge.
From the analysis, the views of appropriate learning model is cooperative learning.
DEVELOPMENT OF WEB-BASED LEARNING SYSTEM THROUGH SITUATION-BASED LEARNING APPROACH FOR VISUAL DESIGN TOPICS
Jamalludin Hj. Harun & Nur Izzah Binti Abdul Kadir
Faculty of Education
Malaysia Technology of University
( 2010 )
INTRODUCTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL
Instructional design, also known as instructional systems design, is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction
Instructional design models typically specify a method, that if followed will facilitate the transfer of knowledge, skills and attitude to the recipient or acquirer of the instruction
Gives structure and meaning to an I.D. problem
Models help us to visualize the problem, to break it down into discrete, manageable units.
Models for instructional design provide procedural frameworks for the systematic production of instruction.
This model consists of three main phases
1. Needs assessment is performed
Identify the software and hardware to be used.
Macromedia Dreamweaver 8.0,
Macromedia Flash MX 2004
and Sony Sound Forge 7.0
Collect information and materials involved.
2. Design phase
Design flowchart of the courseware.
Design the storyboard and multimedia elements.
3. Developed and implemented
Built the courseware.
Target user was guided to use the courseware.
Dr. Kyle Peck
Associate Professor of Education
Instructional Systems Department, The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
Phone: (814) 863-4316
Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Teaching Credential from Occidental College in Los Angeles
Masters Degree in Education with emphasis in Reading (I was a 4th- 6th grade teacher in Leadville Colorado at the time) from the University of Colorado, Boulder
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Educational Technology also from the University of Colorado, Boulder
MICHAEL J. HANNAFIN
Department of Educational Psychology & Instructional Technology, University of Georgia
Director, Learning and Performance Support Laboratory, University of Georgia
1981–Ph.D., Educational Technology, Arizona State University
1974–M.S., Psychology (Educational/School), Fort Hays State University
1972–B.S., Psychology (Education Minor), Fort Hays State University
HANNAFIN & PECK INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MODEL
The Hannafin Peck Design Model is a three phase model :
The first phase is a needs assessment
consists of determining the program’s objectives
requires one to create reasonable goals
The second phase is the design phase
creating a way to achieve those goals
“user control of the screen design prevents the instructional process from becoming tedious and monotonous”
The final phase is development and implementation
This is where the program is put into place and a decision must be made as to continue with it or to revise it
A Development of a Computer-Assisted Software (AJaW) That Encourages Jawi Writing for Children
Norizan Mat Diah, Marina Ismail, Putri Mazliana Abdul Hamid, Suzana Ahmad
The Development and Implementation Phase
Used multimedia authoring tool to integrate the entire multimedia element that has been created and edited.
Regularly be viewed back to the conceptual model, flowchart and storyboard that has been designed in the design phase to make sure the application development is done correctly
Giving the application to the intended user (4-6 years old) to be tested. The participants created and edited.
The testing data was collected and analyzed.
All of the phases involve a process
of evaluation and revision.
Purpose: to ensure the site is developed to meet the educational objectives and give clear guidance to web developers to create web pages in a systematic and effective.
Reason : This model is simple , clear and easy.
evaluation and revision can be done on a continuous basis to ensure that the information presented on the website is accurate and up-to-date.
Design of Syllabus and Lesson Plan of Science Chemistry Characterized by GI Model with Environment as Media for 7th-Grade Students of Junior High School
Rayandra Asyhar, Affan Malik & Zurweni
Teaching device design analysis will do the analysis result of phase 1 and obtain prototype
Based on the analysis of needs, then decided a syllabus and lesson plan design characterized by GI cooperative learning with using the environment as a medium and learning resources
Development and Implementation
teaching device plan form syllabus and Lesson plan developed in phase 2 was further developed, validated and implemented to obtain the final product.
From the observations, students prefer to study active learning.
In the lesson plan 2 the implementation, students are less active because of teacher-centered teaching.
Based on the three journals that were reviewed, Instructional Design Model - Hannafin & Peck has 3 main phases needs assessment, design and development phase and implementation. Each of the phases is going through a process of evaluation and revision and repetition implemented to ensure that the information is current and accurate.