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Instructional Design : The Great Profession You Never Heard Of! . Presentation by: Dr. Robert Reiser Distinguished University Teaching Professor Instructional Systems Program Associate Dean for Research College of Education Florida State University. That was a Really Bad Course!.

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Instructional Design:

The Great Profession You Never Heard Of!

Presentation by:

Dr. Robert Reiser

Distinguished University Teaching Professor

Instructional Systems Program

Associate Dean for Research

College of Education

Florida State University

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That was a

Really Bad Course!

Think of a high school or college course you

previously took that you were unhappy with.

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Which of the following was the biggest problem with the course?

    • The textbook was boring and/or hard to understand
    • The instructor was boring and/or unorganized
    • I didn’t know what I was expected to learn
    • The tests didn’t cover what we discussed in class
    • Something else (briefly describe it)
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Instructional designers design instructional materials so that these problems are eliminated!

    • The textbook was boring and/or hard to understand
    • The instructor was boring and/or unorganized
    • I didn’t know what I was expected to learn
    • The tests didn’t cover what we discussed in class
    • Something else (briefly describe it)
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What Type of Work Instructional Designers Do?

  • Instructional Designers design instructional materials and use various media (computers, Internet, DVDs, CDs, etc.) in order to:
  • - improve the quality of instruction
  • - help people learn more
  • - help people perform their jobs better
  • How do instructional designers do this?
    • people learn and perform better on their jobs
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Who Do Instructional Designers Work For?

  • people learn and perform better on their jobs
  • Instructional Designers work for a variety of types
  • of organizations:
    • Colleges and Universities:
      • FSU, TCC, Emory, Broward College, Nova
    • Large Corporations
      • IBM, AT&T, Microsoft, GE
    • Large and Small Consulting Firms
      • Accenture, Iansiti Performance Group
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Who Do Instructional Designers Work For?

  • Health Care Organizations
    • U.S. Dept. of Health, Centers for Disease Control
  • Government Agencies
    • Federal (e.g., Treasury Department)
    • State Agencies (Dept. of Highway and Safety)
  • The Military (as civilian or military employees)
    • Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force
  • people learn and perform better on their jobs
what are some of the benefits of working as an instructional designer
What are some of the benefits of working asan Instructional Designer?
  • Good Job Opportunities
  • Good Salaries
  • Low Stress and High Job Satisfaction
  • Good Job Locations
why choose the fsu instructional systems design program
Why Choose the FSU Instructional Systems (Design) Program?
  • Ranked #1 or #2 in the field
  • Identified as best program for preparing students for careers in business/industry
  • Faculty wrote the top two books in the field!!
  • Get degree on campus or online!
instructional systems masters degree program what does it take to get a degree
Instructional Systems Masters Degree ProgramWhat Does It Take to Get a Degree?
  • 36 credit hour program
    • Typically completed in 3 semesters + internship
    • Internship is often with potential employers
    • No thesis
    • Final project: prepare professional portfolio
instructional systems masters degree program what does it take to be admitted
Instructional Systems Masters Degree ProgramWhat Does it Take to be Admitted?
  • Admissions requirements:
    • Bachelor's degree (in any area)
    • 144 or higher on Quantitative GRE
    • 153 or higher on Verbal GRE
    • 3.0 GPA (last two years)
    • Strong letters of recommendation
    • Statement of purpose
instructional systems masters degree program where can you get more information
Instructional Systems Masters Degree ProgramWhere Can You Get More Information?
  • Contact Mary Kate McKee (644-8792):

mmckee@campus.fsu.edu

  • Visit Instructional Systems Website:

insys.fsu.edu