Archive For The “Learning Design” Category

Educational Design: inside the black box

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Educational Design: inside the black box

I’ve pinched this title from some of the work on formative assessment.  It is quite expressive of what I want to say. I remain interested at the role commonly referred to as Educational Design with the two alternative titles: instructional designer (more behavourist overtones maybe) learning designer (a recent term) I spent some time earlier…

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The dilemma of ADDIE

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The dilemma of ADDIE

ADDIE: The standard learning design model is usually some kind of feedback cycle known as ADDIE – with five phases—Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation, designed as a  guideline for building effective learning materials and courses. This is a Instructional Design (ID) model, usually regarded as having come from the work in Instructional Systems design…

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Educational Design

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Educational Design

We have just had our UCTL Open Day, five 30 minute sessions and a keynote from Sandra Wills, the director of CEDIR They are a unit with some similar functions to ours. Their byline: Centre for Educational Development and Interactive Resources The University of Wollongong is committed to excellence in learning and teaching. CEDIR facilitates…

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Website Design Project

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We are setting up a new website for UCTL in Drupal. A really cool project, after a month of fiddling, we now think this will do what we want (easy to navigate, easily updated, potential for interaction, sign up sheets, RSS, and fits with the University brand). We have th go ahead to start building…

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