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ERIC Number: ED122777
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 12
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Michigan State University's New Instructional Development Model.
Gentry, Castelle G.; Sachs, Steven G.
Michigan State University developed a new instructional model which is a more comprehensive approach involving several instructional development consultants working with a group of faculty, a department, or an entire college. It involves specific agreements between clients and consultants before beginning the instructional development projects regarding specific responsibilities and the means for upgrading the faculty in necessary instructional development skills. Heavy emphasis is placed on formative evaluation and revision and systems approach. To implement the new model, consultants' skills and interests were coordinated with the type of projects being undertaken and an instructional development audiovisual package was prepared; then miniprojects were run in various departments to try out a variety of approaches. Graphic models of the new process are appended. (JY)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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