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What does an Instruction Designer Do?
A teacher who dumps content into a PowerPoint slide presentation is not an instructional designer. Any Subject Matter Expert can compose the text and import it into the software to use in a lecture setting where the students are passive recipients of the content.
The role of an Instructional Designer (ID) is to add bring a creative perspective to the process of learning. The goal is to discover who the audience is and what they want to learn from the presentation. The designer brings to the table ideas on how keep their attention focused on the information by presenting it in such a way that help them learn, retain, and apply the knowledge to their individual needs. The ID is constantly looking for new and engaging activities to make the learning responsive and applicable to real life skills.
The goals of every designer is to engage the learner and facilitate the presentor/faculty member being comfortable with their knowledgeable about technological hardware and software. The designer should avoid promoting "technology" until the institution has the funds to purchase, train, and provide staff support to take advantage of developing and delivering subject matter to individuals and groups:
How do we accomplish the goals of an ID?
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Source - University of Colorado at Denver
Rubric for Online Instruction This site is designed to answer the question being asked: What does a high quality professional online course look like?Resources:
Technology Corner - Web-Based Learning - Instructional Design Instructional Design for Online Courses. Illinois Online Network. Covers the Instructional development process,
Course and Lesson Plans:
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associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
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