The Brown and Green reading (pp 8-12), lists several models of instructional design, including: The Systems Approach Model for Designing InstructionKemp, Morrison, and Ross’ Instructional Design PlanM

The Brown and Green reading (pp 8-12), lists several models of instructional design, including:

  • The Systems Approach Model for Designing Instruction
  • Kemp, Morrison, and Ross’ Instructional Design Plan
  • Merrill’s Pebble-in-the-Pond Model
  • Successive Approximation Model
  • ADDIE

Select one of the models you believe to be the most effective for classroom needs. In your post, share why you agree with the features of the model and justify how the model can better meet learner needs and teacher goals. Do you have a real-life experience you can share? Have you ever utilized any of the models? include examples from real life.

Please use APA-citation format when you reference course materials in your post. 

Reference

1. Brown, A. H. & Green, T. D. (2016). The essentials of instructional design: Connecting fundamental principles with process and practice. Routeldge. https://ikhsanaira.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/the-essential-of-instructional-design.pdf

Complete the reading pp 3-86 (Parts I & II)

Part I

Chapters 1 and 2 provide background information that you will find useful as you begin your study of instructional design. Chapter 1 is an overview of the history, traditions, and current state of the discipline of instructional design. Chapter 2 describes how people think and learn. This chapter introduces and reviews cognition and the basic cognitive functions as well as the most popular description of what learning is and how it occurs.

Part II

Chapters 3, 4, and 5 describe the instructional design processes that help to answer the question, What type of intervention is needed? Chapter 3 introduces the principles, processes, and practices of needs analysis, which helps determine what kind of change the instruction should help to bring about. Chapter 4 introduces task analysis, which is a way of understanding the content and/or tasks that will form the basis for the instruction being developed. Chapter 5 explains learner analysis, which is a way of getting to know the people for whom the instruction is 

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