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THE RELATIONSHIP OF LEARNING THEORY TO INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

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ADDIE, Dick and Carey, ELM, ARCS, or Gerlach and Ely ID Models

1. give an example of how behaviorism may be used with an ID model to strengthen a learning activity
2. Use Bloom's taxonomy with one of the ID models above to illustrate how higher-order thinking may be facilitated during a learning activity.
3. Discuss how one of the ID models above may be used to facilitate learners arriving at their own conclusions following a learning activity.

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1) For this question, we can use the ARCS Model. You can refer to the previous post to refresh your knowledge on this Model. Positive reinforcement, which is a form of behaviorism, can be utilized in conjunction with the Confidence element of the ARCS Model.

The ARCS Model in general is about creating a motivating learning environment in which students are eager to learn. As such, positive reinforcement and encouragement will only strengthen any learning activity that is pursued as a part of this ID Model. However, the Confidence element is the key part of this model where the student is meant to be truly motivated and encouraged to succeed by his/her instructors. So, if an instructor continuously verbally motivates a student and sets up an environment where students' determination ...

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ADDIE, Dick and Carey, ELM, ARCS, or Gerlach and Ely ID Models

1.Give an example of how behaviorism may be used with an ID model to strengthen a learning activity

2.Use Bloom's taxonomy with one of the ID models above to illustrate how higher-order thinking may be facilitated during a learning activity.

3.Discuss how one of the ID models above may be used to facilitate learners arriving at their own conclusions following a learning activity.

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