ERIC Number: ED495711
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2007-Mar-15
Instructional Design Models: What a Revolution!
This review examines instructional design models and the construction of knowledge. It further explores to identify the chilling benefits of these models for the inputs and outputs of knowledge transfer. This assessment also attempts to define instructional design models through the eyes and the minds of renowned scholars as well as the most outspoken educational psychologists such as Gagne, John Keller and so on. The review also summarizes a brief outline of these state of the art models for a better understanding and designing of future instructional design in the field of education. This critical analysis further investigates the significance of having a sound instruction in motivating our young learners to gain knowledge faster, to remember and the same time to continue learning. This paper also attempts to outline the good futures of an effective instructional design from the lens of distinguished scholars such as ASSURE, Gagne and John Killer. The role of interactive multimedia in creating educational instructional design is also discussed. Recommendations are delineated in the later stage. (Contains 3 tables.)
Publication Type: Information Analyses
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