ERIC Number: ED211097
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981
Reference Count: 0
Survey of Instructional Development Models. With an Annotated ERIC Bibliography by Rashidah Shuib.
Gustafson, Kent L.
This paper, which updates and expands on a paper by Twelker and others that identified and described five instructional development (ID) models, presents a taxonomy for classifying ID models, comments on the limited degree of testing to which most ID models have been subjected, reviews 13 models, and provides a selected, annotated bibliography of ERIC documents and journal articles announced in Resources in Education and Current Index to Journals in Education. A definition of ID and a discussion of its origins are followed by the taxonomy that is used to divide the ID models into four categories as they focus on the classroom, the product, systems, or organizations. Specific models are described and discussed in each of these categories: (1) classroom--Gerlach and Ely, Kemp, Davis and others, Briggs, and DeCecco; (2) product--Banathy, and Baker and Schutz; (3) systems--the Instructional Development Institute, Inservices Procedures for Instructional Systems Development, Courseware Development Process, and Gilbert Front End Analysis; and (4) organizations--Blondin, and Blake and Mouton. Thirteen figures illustrate the taxonomy and most of the models. A guide to searching ERIC for additional publications on ID models is included, and the annotated bibliography lists 10 journal articles and 11 documents. A list of 23 other references is also provided. (CHC)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Curriculum Development, Instructional Development, Instructional Systems, Models, Organizational Development, Systems Analysis, Systems Approach, Systems Development
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Publication Type: Information Analyses; ERIC Publications; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: National Inst. of Education (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources, Syracuse, NY.
Note: For a related document, see ED 059 629.