Intro to Instructional design
INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
This section is pertaining to the basic concept of instructional design
Instructional design involves Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation, or better known as ADDIE.
- Analysis is the first phase of any instructional design process.
- There are several analysis that need to be conducted at this stage, they include
- Needs Assessment
- Goal Analysis
- Task Analysis
- Learner Analysis
- Context Analysis
- Design is the second phase of any instructional design process.
- It involves identifying the learning objectives, assessment instruments as well as the instructional strategies to be applied in the instruction
- Development is the third phase of any instructional design process.
- This phase concerns on the development or authoring of the instruction. It also involves the formative evaluation of the instruction while it is being developed.
- Implementation is the fourth phase of any instructional design process.
- This phase concerns on the implementation of the instruction in the real world, and it should be carried out only after the material has been validated through formative evaluation.
- Evaluation is the last phase of any instructional design process.
- This phase concerns on evaluating the effectiveness of the instruction after the instruction, and thus, it is also referred to as Summative Evaluation