Instructional Design

The following instructional design models provides instructors resources that help create or recreate their course structure. Using these models stir traditional teaching methods, and helps students become more active in the classroom.   

Why should instructors redesign their course structure? 

  • Better course organization
  • Instructors think of long term outcomes versus short term
  • See how course activities are connected with each other
  • Focus their course on student learning goals rather than course activities
  • Keeps student situational factors in mind
  • Students consider how to transfer skills learned in courses to the real world

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