Instructional design principles and models . Mart Laanpere, M.Sc. in educational technology Tallinn University of Educational and Social Sciences http://dec50.vm.stuba.sk/~mart/IDMODELS.HTM. Today’s schedule. 9.00 Lecture: Instructional design principles and models 10.30 Coffee break
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M.Sc. in educational technology
Tallinn University of Educational
and Social Sciences
9.00 Lecture: Instructional design principles and models
10.30 Coffee break
10.45 Lecture continues, ending up with a group assignment
12.15 Lunch break
13.35 Sponsor’s spotlight: Newbridge Technologies
14.30 Lab: Case studies (sharing experiences)
16.00 Coffee break
16.15 Lecture: Front-end analysis
16.45 Lab: Working in groups on target group analysis
17.45 End of today’s program
20.30 Evening lecture: Encryption (Newbridge)
Clarifying the terms:
... in small groups the variety of ways the people learn. Try to come up with as many verbs as possible, to end the sentence:
People learn by ...
fact procedure concept principle
… what are, in your personal opinion, two main factors, which are most affecting the learning outcomes?
Gaining learners’ attention
Informing the learner of the objective
Stimulating recall of prerequisites
Presenting stimulus material
Providing learning guidance
Enhancing retention and transferThe model of Gagné & Briggs
“…instruction is a set of events external to the learner, which are designed to support the internal processes of learning.”(Gagné)
Selecting & sequencing content
3.Analyze & sequence tasks
5.Specify learning events & activities
4.Analyze & sequence supporting content
6.Perform interactive message design
Personal construction of knowledge
Social negotiation of meaning
Try out a Web-based lesson ‘Smart searching’ at http://www.digitalthink.com
Discuss with your groupmates underlying (implicit) learning theory.
What kind of learning outcomes should learners achieve by completing this lesson?