Talk:Learning and Teaching in Practice/Educational design theory/Methods and approaches
1. This page needs some sort of overview to say what is covered. I have made a start.
2. I feel that the learning theory section is not necessary - could it be mentioned in one sentence - perhaps added to the Design model section saying something about teachers personal beliefs could influence the choice of learning theory underpinning the design model they use. For example, behaviourists might design multiple choice questions ....constructivists might design inquiry projects etc.....
3. I don't think the name of the sub-topic and page reflects what is covered. Perhaps it needs to be called Design models.
4. Portfolio activity - would it be better to get them to choose their top two models and reflect on their usefulness in their context?--Bronwynh 10:03, 7 July 2013 (UTC)
This is lookin good. I am thinking that the additional links should only include wikipedia articles if they are quality approved. Also, wikipedia tends to have a bit much historical info for my liking. I would prefer some more contemporary articles on this subject where possible.
For example, see what you think of this resource - might be overload - has several design models and could be good for an overview of what is possible. http://www.instructionaldesigncentral.com/htm/IDC_instructionaldesignmodels.htm