People often hear the term instructional design. This term can sometimes be interchangeable depending on your role. If you are responsible for creating learning content from scratch and then deciding what form of learning it will be more suitable as, (i.e: e-learning, classroom learning, video etc) the chances are you are an instructional designer, possibly one of your many roles. This course will introduce you to instructional design principles as well as the theory of blended learning.
This course is for anyone working, or looking to work, in the further education sector, either in educational institutes or part of a learning development team in an organisation. Specifically, this course is for: Trainers, Digital learning developers, People responsible for learning in their organisation, Freelancers – wishing to create digital learning as a business, Instructional designers and anyone aspiring to do any of the above.
"Advantages of a Blended Learning Approach Using video as a learning approach Potential benefits and applications of using video Learner engagement using video What is instructional design? The ADDIE Model ARCS Model Learning Styles VAK Model 70/20/10 model of learning Communication in traditional & virtual classrooms Communication model Virtual communication Learning design How to set objectives and expectations Formative & Summative Assessment Lesson planning Course evaluation"
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