Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory The Holistic 4D Model
Merging the Instructional Design Process with Learner-Centered Theory brings together the innovations of two previously divided processes — learning design strategies/theories and instructional systems development — into a new introductory textbook. Using a holistic rather than fragmented approach that includes top-level, mid-level, and lower-level design, this book provides guidance for major topics such as non-instructional interventions, just-in-time analysis, rapid-prototype approaches, and learner-centered, project-based, anytime-anywhere instruction. Informed by the authors’ considerable experience and leadership throughout dramatic shifts in today’s learning landscape, this book offers the next generation of instructional designers a fresh perspective that synthesizes and pushes beyond the basics of design and development.
1. Instructional Design Unit 1: Define 2. Define your Project: Pre-Instructional Design Unit 2: Design 3. Considerations for Design: Theories of Learning and Instruction 4. Other Considerations for Design 5. Top-Level Analysis, Design, and Evaluation 6. Mid-Level Analysis, Design, and Evaluation 7. Lower-Level Analysis, Design, and Evaluation 8. Lower Level ADE: Instructional Strategies for Just-in-Time Tutorials Unit 3: Develop 9. Development 10. Formative Education Unit 4: Deploy 11. Implementation 12. Summative Evaluation Afterword