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ERIC Number: ED447067
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Jul-13
Pages: 12
Abstractor: N/A
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Image, Concept, Model and Proposition for Instructional Designing and Its Application in Pre-Service Education: A Framework To Generate Lesson Plan for Autonomous Learning Using IT.
Nishinosono, Haruo
Japanese education, including preservice teacher education, is incorporating instructional technology as an effective, systematic way to enhance planning, teaching, and learning. Japanese researchers developed a framework for using instructional technology to develop lesson plans for autonomous learning. Preservice teachers in Japan tend to hold rigid images of teaching from their own schooling experiences, and in the beginning stages of instructional design, then tend to refer to such images to generate lesson plans. New types of software, such as PowerPoint, provide ways for preservice teachers to express ideas in a flexible manner and revise them with ease. Repeated revisions enable them to refine their ideas and make them relevant to instructional events observed during teaching. The design procedure proposed here consists of four components: images, concepts related to each other by graphic representation, models, and propositions (ICMP). These components form the sequential steps in the ICMP method of instructional design and analysis. This paper describes how the framework was used in a preservice course on instructional technology. The instructor used PowerPoint for lesson planning and presentation, though students did not use any information technology. (SM)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Japan