Material Detail

"Jargon-Free Instructional Design Principles for Educators" icon

Jargon-Free Instructional Design Principles for Educators

Instructional design (ID) can sometimes be an overly complicated and diverse field with various instructional design models and complicated terminology. But I've always found that instructional design can be simplified if you stick to a few important principles and ask yourself a small number of intuitive questions. Instructional design: What does it mean? Simply put: Instructional design is the process of creating effective and engaging learning experiences. ID practitioners rely on an array of sound pedagogical methods and accepted user-experience principles to inform how content and information is structured and presented. Pedagogy: Will students learn? You should always question the effectiveness of the educational materials you are producing. Do the materials demystify... Show More

Quality

  • User Rating
  • Comments
  • Learning Exercises
  • Bookmark Collections
  • Course ePortfolios
  • Accessibility Info

More about this material

Comments

Log in to participate in the discussions or sign up if you are not already a MERLOT member.
hidden