The ID CaseBook

The ID CaseBook

Author: Peggy A. Ertmer

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2019-03-26

Total Pages: 614

ISBN-13: 1351374559

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The fifth edition of The ID CaseBook provides instructional design students with 26 realistic, open-ended case studies that encourage adept problem-solving across a variety of client types and through all stages of the process. After an introduction to the technique of case-based reasoning, the book offers three sections dedicated to K-12, post-secondary, and corporate clients, respectively, each composed of varied, detailed cases created by instructional design experts. The cases and their accompanying discussion questions encourage students to analyze the available information, develop action plans, and consider alternative possibilities in resolving problems. The esteemed editor team of Peggy A. Ertmer, James A. Quinn, and Krista D. Glazewski continue their considerable contribution to the teaching of instructional design with this thoroughly revised and updated volume.


The ID CaseBook

The ID CaseBook

Author: Peggy A. Ertmer

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2017-08-18

Total Pages: 300

ISBN-13: 1351329510

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First Published in 2017. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company. The Fourth Edition of this highly regarded problem-solving text presents 30 realistic case studies in a wide range of authentic contexts, from K-12 to post-secondary, corporate, and manufacturing. The cases and their accompanying discussion questions encourage ID students to analyze the available information, develop conclusions, and consider alternative possibilities in resolving ID problems.


The ID Casebook

The ID Casebook

Author: Peggy A. Ertmer

Publisher: Prentice Hall

Published: 2003

Total Pages: 260

ISBN-13:

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With 20 cases, this is a thorough revision of the only ID casebook available. The thirty-six richly-detailed, authentic cases are all written by practicing instructional designers—and have been carefully chosen to provide enough depth to develop competence. Alphabetical arrangement by instructional designer hides case “problem” behind the anonymity of the designer, keeps the case titles from alerting learners to the issues involved, and challenges them to identify and define the challenge on their own. A thoughtful introduction to the book written by the editors speaks to the readers directly and takes them, step-by-step, through the case study method—explaining the study of cases in supportive, accessible language that will allay any fears of users unfamiliar with this type of learning. By giving readers opportunities to encounter many different challenges in a variety of settings (corporate, K-12, higher education) involving a range of issues and subjects, these cases effectively bridge the gulf between the complexities of the design world and the principles taught in ID courses. For future instructional designers.


Designing Effective Instruction

Designing Effective Instruction

Author: Gary R. Morrison

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Published: 2012-12-26

Total Pages: 480

ISBN-13: 1118359992

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This book includes many new, enhanced features and content. Overall, the text integrates two success stories of practicing instructional designers with a focus on the process of instructional design. The text includes stories of a relatively new designer and another with eight to ten years of experience, weaving their scenarios into the chapter narrative. Throughout the book, there are updated citations, content, and information, as well as more discussions on learning styles, examples of cognitive procedure, and explanations on sequencing from cognitive load theory.


Instructional Design

Instructional Design

Author: Patricia L. Smith

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Published: 2004-12-07

Total Pages: 400

ISBN-13: 0471393533

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Basic principles and practical strategies to promote learning in any setting! From K-12 to corporate training settings––the Third Edition of Patricia Smith and Tillman Ragan’s thorough, research-based text equips you with the solid foundation you need to design instruction and environments that really facilitate learning. Now updated to reflect the latest thinking in the field, this new edition offers not only extensive procedural assistance but also emphasizes the basic principles upon which most of the models and procedures in the instructional design field are built. The text presents a comprehensive treatment of the instructional design process, including analysis, strategy design, assessment, and evaluation.


The ID CaseBook

The ID CaseBook

Author: Peggy A. Ertmer

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2019-03-26

Total Pages: 286

ISBN-13: 1351374567

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The fifth edition of The ID CaseBook provides instructional design students with 26 realistic, open-ended case studies that encourage adept problem-solving across a variety of client types and through all stages of the process. After an introduction to the technique of case-based reasoning, the book offers three sections dedicated to K-12, post-secondary, and corporate clients, respectively, each composed of varied, detailed cases created by instructional design experts. The cases and their accompanying discussion questions encourage students to analyze the available information, develop action plans, and consider alternative possibilities in resolving problems. The esteemed editor team of Peggy A. Ertmer, James A. Quinn, and Krista D. Glazewski continue their considerable contribution to the teaching of instructional design with this thoroughly revised and updated volume.


Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume III

Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume III

Author: Charles M. Reigeluth

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2009-05-07

Total Pages: 420

ISBN-13: 113521106X

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Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume III: Building a Common Knowledge Base is perhaps best described by its new subtitle. Whereas Volume II sought to comprehensively review the proliferating theories and models of instruction of the 1980’s and 1990’s, Volume III takes on an even more daunting task: starting to build a common knowledge base that underlies and supports the vast array of instructional theories, models and strategies that constitute the field of Instructional Design. Unit I describes the need for a common knowledge base, offers some universal principles of instruction, and addresses the need for variation and detailed guidance when implementing the universal principles. Unit II describes how the universal principles apply to some major approaches to instruction such as direct instruction or problem-based instruction. Unit III describes how to apply the universal principles to some major types of learning such as understandings and skills. Unit IV provides a deeper understanding of instructional theory using the structural layers of a house as its metaphor and discusses instructional theory in the broader context of paradigm change in education.


Streamlined ID

Streamlined ID

Author: Miriam B. Larson

Publisher: Routledge

Published: 2013-08-22

Total Pages: 420

ISBN-13: 1136311459

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Streamlined ID: A Practical Guide to Instructional Design presents a focused and generalizable approach to instructional design and development – one that addresses the needs of ID novices, as well as practitioners in a variety of career environments. Emphasizing the essentials and "big ideas" of ID, Streamlined ID presents a new perspective – one that aims to produce instruction that is sustainable, optimized, appropriately redundant, and targeted at continuous improvement. The book features an enhanced version of the classic ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) that emphasizes the iterative nature of design and the role of evaluation throughout the design/development process. It clearly lays out a systematic approach that emphasizes the use of research-based theories, while acknowledging the need to customize the process to address a variety of pedagogical approaches: Instructivist, Constructivist, and Connectivist. The book opens with an overview of the basics of ID and each subsequent chapter describes major activities in the ID process with step-by-step instructions and tips for streamlining the process. Numerous job aids serve to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your design efforts. Each chapter highlights key concepts and provides additional exercises and assignments based on the work of Benjamin Bloom. Streamlined ID is an ideal reference guide for optimizing professional practice.