Instructional Design is the study of designing learning content or training material. After a learning or training event, the learner is expected to exhibit a positive change in knowledge, skills, and/or behavior. Keeping this positive change or learning objective in mind, an Instructional Designer has to design and then write content. Instructional Design is an art as well as science.
Are you familiar with the names Bloom, Gagne, Robert Mager, and Ruth Clark? They are people who proposed several important theories and principles for Instructional Design. As a teacher, special educator, trainer, content developer, or instructional designer, you need to know the principles behind designing and developing learning content.
After completing this course on Instructional Design, you will
- · Define Instructional Design
- · List Bloom’s Taxonomy and Bloom’s Verbs
- · Write Learning Objectives
- · List Gagne’s Nine Events of Instructions
- · Define Instructor Led Training(ILT), eLearning, and Blended Learning
Date|Time: Saturday, October 22, 2011 | 10:00 am to 01:00 pm
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Course fee: Rs. 300
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