Advanced Instructional Design Techniques Theories and Strategies for Complex Learning
Advanced Instructional Design Techniques provides comprehensive coverage of advanced topics in instructional design and development. This ideal resource for upper-level graduate coursework presents a thorough overview of theoretical foundations that support learning design beyond basic information processing and behaviorist principles, along with innovative strategies and problem-solving techniques to support designing for complex situations. Twelve wide-ranging chapters cover challenging topics such as needs assessment, sustainability, ethics, cognitive load, and more. Emphasizing reflective practice and decision-making in design environments, the book attends to the models and constructs that support context-specific instructional design across learning and training, from higher education and K-12 schooling to business and industry training to health care and public-sector services.
1. Toward the Development of Expertise in Instructional Design 2. Decision-Making Strategies to Support Managing the Design Space 3. Reconsidering Needs Assessment in Instructional Design 4. Leveraging Learner Analysis to Foster Critical Consciousness 5. Developing a Localization of Context to Support Transfer of Learning 6. Fostering Knowledge Acquisition Through Authentic Learning 7. Instructional Strategies that Promote Generative Learning 8. Scaffolding Instruction to Support Self-Regulation of Learners 9. Motivational Design Practices to Support Knowledge Acquisition 10. Attending to Infrastructure for Implementation 11. Assessing the Sustainability of Instruction 12. Ethical Considerations in Instructional Design