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Instructional Design Cases: A lesson for graduate learners

Instructional Design Cases: Developing precedent knowledge in Instructional Design

Soon I will be stepping out my research shell a little to talk about instructional design cases. This is meant to be a one-hour lesson, but I can see it going longer if students are interested in developing their rudimentary design cases into more complex descriptions of something they designed. I start the talk with a few buzzwords, but this talk is not about a transient aspect of instructional design. Rather, it’s about how we get to the designs that are really groundbreaking, and how we, as ID’s, grow. If anyone is interested in an audio of the talk, drop me an email. Link to the pptx: Instructional Design Cases.