Define the concept of “best practices”
INCLUDE INTRODUCTION,SUBHEADINGS AND CONCLUSION
Write a 3 page paper that responds to the elements below:
• Provide a rationale for using ID models.
• Justify the need for using them in education.
1. Define the concept of “best practices” and relate it to the use of instructional design (ID).
2. Search the Internet and discuss what professionals of ID recommend as a valid rationale.
To receive maximum credit, you must demonstrate understanding of context and purpose of the assignment by bringing all required elements (described above) to the discussion, and meeting additional expectations (described below).
Cite a minimum of three sources and incorporate them into your paper. It is expected that you analyze and synthesize, not merely summarize, sources. The reference page and overall paper must be formatted properly in APA format and style (Strong Introduction, Subheaders and a Strong Conclusion).
Commonwealth of Learning, (2008). Advice, Guidelines, and Effective Practice from Around the Globe. Retrieved March 2013 from the Commonwealth of Learning
Culatta, R. (2009). Instructional Design from InstructionalDesign.Org. Retrieved March 2013 from Instructional Design.
Dick, W. (1986). Instructional design and the curriculum development process. Educational Leadership, 44, 54-56.
Fauser, M., Henry, K. & Norman, K. (2006). Comparison of Alternative Instructional Design Models. Retrieved March 2013 from deekayen.net
Instructional Design for E-Learning (no date). Office of the Chancellors, Minnesota State Universities and Colleges. Retrieved March 2013 from Instructional Design for eLearning.
Chapter 1: Instructional Design: Who and What is it for?
Chapter 9: Designing Learning Activities
Reeves, A. (2011). Where great teaching begins: Planning for student thinking and learning. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.
Tyler, R. W. (2013). Basic principles of curriculum and instruction. University of Chicago press. Retrieved from http://blogs.ubc.ca/ewayne/files/2009/02/tyler_001.pdf
Chapter 1: What is Backward Design?
Wiggins, G., & McTighe, J. (1998). Understanding by design. Alexandria, VA: ASCD. Retrieved from http://asbmb.org/uploadedFiles/Backward%20design.pdf.