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What are the downsides of applying a rapid approach to the design of instruction?

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There are a variety of methods to designing instruction. Utilizing the RAPID approach can have benefits. However, there may be several downsides as well.

1. By trying to "rapidly" complete instruction design, ideas and instruction that take more time to ...

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Various downsides of applying a rapid approach to the design of instruction are summarized in this solution.

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