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Instructional DesignEvaluation, Assessment & Design: A Discussion (EDER 673 L.91 )From Calgary With Asst. Professor Eugene G. Kowchmarch 27(An Synchronous Meeting using WebCT discussion Thread and WWW Course Home Page Material)



  • Housekeeping

    • Timetable

    • Course Objectives

    • Blueprint Guidelines (online)

    • ID Model Guidelines (online)

  • Assessment and Evaluation - a Quick Overview

  • Discussion



  • Keep an eye on the home page :-)


Update: EDER 673

History of ID

ID Terminology

Instructional Design Philosophies

SMCR/Feedback Communication Model

Context based designs

Learners and Learning Theories

ID Models: A peek

Ethics/ Ldrship

Needs Analysis

Media Selection

Task Analysis

Ordering Content (elaboration)




Course Objectives: A Review

1. Explore theories of learning and instruction, exploring implications and possible applications for their own practice,

2. Explore, develop and articulate their own instructional design models, to see how theory and practice can be articulated,

3. Design and present efficient, effective and appealing instructional interventions informed and referenced to theory,

4. Participate and present in a collaborative learning community to exchange and consider developing design ideas as instructional designers,

5. Examine the potential and limitations of media and technology use

6. Analyze some models critically and instructional interventions associated with the selection and sequencing of content across the instructional spectrum and

7. Explore and analyze the matching of instructional strategies to characteristics of learners and content.


Blueprint Guidelines

  • I. Approach: ism

  • II. Introduction: State the purpose of this instruction.

  • III. Audience: State the intended audience for your report

  • IV. The Performance Problem: Explain the gap you will fill by your designed instruction.

  • V. Learners: Provide a description of the learners for whom this instruction is intended.

  • VI. Objectives: State the learning outcomes that you desire from this 30 minute instructional module.

  • VII. Scope and Sequence: Describe the decision making process you went through

  • VIII. Indicate optimal and minimal requirements for media and technology

  • IX. Indicate the instructional flow / process

  • X. Conclusion


Blueprint Guidelines

Grading Method for this project:

Format: did the student follow the requested blueprint format? 10%


ID Model Application: did the student include and explain how

the instructional blueprint uses the student's personal ID model? 30%

Is the performance problem clearly identified? 10%

Clarity & Coherence: is the report clear and legible/logical? 20%

Scholarly / Theoretical basis: Are key models and theories cited? 10%

Conclusion: Does the conclusion explain the blueprint to someone who

might contract the designer for exactly this instruction? 20%

total: 100%


Blueprint Presentation Guidelines: 6 elements


Blueprint Presentation Guidelines: 6 elements

See the bottom of the home page for guidelines


ID Model Guidelines

  • Informed: Do theories underpin the model?

  • Referenced: Are theorists referenced/understood? (APA not needed)

  • Relationships: Between Elements are indicated/explained

  • Granularity: Visual Model addresses most elements of models covered in EDER 673…

  • Missing Elements: A rationale is provided for element exclusion in your model

  • Limitations of the ID Model: Are defined

  • Generalizability: Evidence or explanation of use of this model in

    • 2 different content areas

  • Scalability: Can I understand the lesson and the program design via your model?

  • Innovation: Uniqueness - do you explain a new approach?

  • iD

    ID model Presentation (April 17)Guidelines.


    ID model Presentation (April 17)Guidelines.


    ID model Presentation (April 17)Guidelines.

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