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Instructional design

Instructional Design

Dianne Kelly

Swinburne University of Technology

School of Engineering Technology and Trades


What is instructional design

What is instructional design

  • Deliberate process of design to facilitate learning based on

    • Learner needs

    • End goal of instruction

    • Analysis of content

    • Pedagogical theory


What do teachers need to consider

AQTF

What do teachers need to consider?

Student centred

RPL

Innovation

  • Contestable funding

Fast tracked

Online

Industry focussed

currency

flexible

Strategic directions

Resource development

Increasing returns

Time fraction

responsive


And the students

And the students….

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Systems approach model

Systems approach model

  • Walter Dick and Lou Carey in 1978 published “The Systematic design of Instruction”

    • Identify instructional goal

    • Conduct instructional analysis

    • Analyse learners and contexts

    • Write performance objectives

    • Develop assessment instruments

    • Develop instructional strategy

    • Develop and select instructional materials

    • Design and conduct formative evaluation of instruction

    • Revise instruction

    • Design and conduct summitive evaluation.


Design structure

Design structure

  • Robert Gagne worked with pilot training in WWII and then in designing computer training.

  • He devised the Nine events of Learning to describe the essential stages of instruction.


Nine events of instruction

1 – Gain attention

2 – Inform Learner of Objective

3 – recall prior knowledge

4- present material

5 – provide guided learning

6 – elicit performance

7 – provide feedback

8 – assess performance

9 enhance retention and transfer

Nine Events of Instruction


Designing opportunities

Designing opportunities

  • Merrill argues that task based learning provides learning opportunities.

  • Tasks need to gradually increase learner independence

  • Opportunities need to occur for learners to integrate new learning at higher levels, in new and personal ways.


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David Merrill


Scaffolding

Scaffolding

  • Related to existing chunks

  • Increasing level of difficulty

  • Supported by feedback

  • Reinforced by practice to prepare for the next level


Sequencing

Sequencing

  • Structure learning material to build on previous knowledge

  • Incorporate learning activities to reinforce learning

  • Vary methods to maintain interest

  • Build confidence with successes along the way

  • Increase the level of independence and challenge


Bloom s taxonomy

Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • In 1956 Benjamin Bloom, an educational psychologist at the University of Chicago, proposed his Taxonomy of Educational Objectives

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy refers to three domains:

    • Affective

    • Psychomotor

    • cognitive


There are 6 levels in the cognitive domain

Knowledge

Comprehension

Application

Analysis

Synthesis

evaluation

There are 6 levels in the cognitive domain


Lower level

Lower Level


Higher level

Higher Level


Verbs activity

Verbs Activity

  • Each table will have

    • a list of the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy

    • A bundle of Verbs

  • Match the verbs with the corresponding level on the hierarchy

  • Use the verbs in designing tasks for each level


Chunking

Chunking

  • Cognitive Load Theory relates to how we receive information into memory for processing.

  • The Magic Seven G. A. Miller

    • Working memory capacity of 7 (+ or – 2)

    • Chunking extends this. Consider remembering 14105968

    • How about 14 10 59 68 … easier?


Extraneous cognitive load

Extraneous cognitive load

  • Removing extraneous cognitive load can assist in memory retention and scaffolding.

  • Imagine learning a new skill in a second language.

  • How much extra load is there?


What is this

What is this

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