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Instructional Design Process

design process

 


IMAGINE & DEFINE

In this first phase, you are imagining in your online course, looking at examples, and making decisions about pedagogy and technologies.

Course Planning

  • Universal Design for Learning
    • Black, R. D., L. A. Weinberg, M. G. Brodwin. (2015). Universal Design for Learning and Instruction: Perspectives of Students with Disabilities in Higher Education. Exceptionality Education International. 25: 2, pp. 1–26.
  • Course Design Options - pedagogical models
  • Cultural Considerations and Online Learning
    • Gunawardena, C. N. (2013). Culture and Online Distance Learning. In M. G. Moore Handbook of Distance Education (3rd Ed.) (pp. 185-200). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Student Learning: Online Tools & Environments

DESIGN & DEVELOP

Let's build, create, make!

IMPLEMENT

It's time for student learning; it's time to teach!

ASSESS and EVALUATE 

What did you and your students learn? What improvements are needed?

  • Assessment of Online Learning
    • Books:
      • Angelo, T. A., & Cross, K. P. (2011). Classroom assessment techniques: A handbook for college teachers. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
      • Gardner, J., & SAGE. (2013). Assessment and learning. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
      • McMillan, J. H. (2018). Classroom assessment: Principles and practice that enhance student learning and motivation.
    • Journal Articles:
  • Evaluation Online Teaching
    • Books:
    • Journal Articles:
      • Oliver, M. (2000). Evaluating online teaching and learning. Information Services & Use, 20(2/3), 83.
      • Mandermach B., & Palese-Sanderson K. (2015). Data analytics and predictive modeling: The future of evaluating online teaching.

ONLINE EDUCATION RESEARCH: THE BIG PICTURE

We can offer a technological solution for every pedagogical challenge!

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