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Describe the underpinnings of an instructional design.
B. Begin developing a first draft of a map of a course on Instructional Design, stating the goals of the course. Describe your potential target audience (i.e., general characteristics, prior knowledge, demographics, and motivations) and list societal factors that may affect your course.
NB: Just a simple/standard course design map.
Understand the relationships between learning style, teaching style, instructional methodology, and complementary technology.
1. Describe the student characteristics that affect the design of a course.
2. List societal factors that may affect instructional design.
For auditory learners:
Appropriate Learning Activities: Listening to a chapter in an audio book
Appropriate Student Assessment: Presenting an oral presentation
For visual learners:
Appropriate Learning Activities: Group work where students collect and explore information using graphs or diagrams to analyze data of a non-fiction book
Appropriate Student Assessment: Present results of group activity using a graphic organizer such as a flow chart.
For tactile learners:
Appropriate Learning Activities: Any group hands-on science ...
The following solution discusses how learning styles, learning activities and types of assessment relate and how these factors go into the components of instructional design. It also gives suggestions for developing a course on instructional design, including the components of the course and what the outcomes of instruction for the course should be. Further it includes the target audience for this class and factors that may affect the instructional design of the course.