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ERIC Number: ED146366
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 19
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A New Instructional Design Development Process for Instructors of Adults.
Even, Mary Jane
In this paper, a model for the instructional design development process is presented, providing the instructor of adults with a set of specific questions in five process steps to be answered in sequence prior to entering the classroom. Each of the five steps, in outline form, includes brief explanatory paragraphs and, in some instances, reference citations. The steps, which vary from two to four pages in length are (1) organizing course related information, processes, and procedures, (2) developing processes for needs assessment and objective formulation, (3) developing the learning experiences and making the instruction plan, (4) analyzing the instructional plan and planning for contingencies in carrying out the learning experience, and (5) planning to conduct evaluation during and after the learning experience. (EM)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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