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The Systematic Design of Instruction simply and clearly introduces students to the fundamentals of instructional design and helps them learn the concepts and procedures for designing, developing, and formatively evaluating instruction. Often referred to as a key resource of the instructional design field, this classic text is ideal for use in graduate-level educational and instructional technology programs. The text is also used widely as a manual by human resource professionals in business, industrial, and government training. The fifth edition builds on a successful foundation with discussions of the impact of new technologies and the Internet as well as current design processes used in classroom, distance, and other instructional settings.
Table of Contents
To the Instructor.
1. Introduction to Instructional Design.
2. Assessing Needs to Identify Instructional Goal(s).
3. Conducting a Goal Analysis.
4. Identifying Subordinate Skills and Entry Behaviors.
5. Analyzing Learners and Contexts.
6. Writing Performance Objectives.
7. Developing Assessment Instruments.
8. Developing an Instructional Strategy.
9. Developing Instructional Materials.
10. Designing and Conducting Formative Evaluations.
11. Revising Instructional Materials.
12. Designing and Conducting Summative Evaluations.