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.
Table of Contents
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
Charles M. Reigeluth is Professor Emeritus in the Instructional Systems Technology Department at Indiana University, USA.
Yunjo An is Associate Professor in the Department of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas, USA.