Instructional Design Models

During the course USMx: LDT200x Instructional Design Models, I’ve submitted these weekly deliverable.


In this video
I introduced myself, gave a quick review of the three major learning theories (behavirosim, cognitivism, and constructivism), and ends with my personal philosophy on teaching and learning.


ADDIE is the most famous instructional model of them all. For good reasons. Here is a mindmap I created in week 2 of the course to summarise my own take on this model.

The submission requirement for this week is a Podcast, not a video presentation. That’s why there’s not much visual going on in this video. It was also a huge challenge for me to cover all the steps with example in the 3-minutes limit. I gave up on that and put the priority on information quality instead.

For this week, I submitted this doc as a requirement:

I really like this approach, I also created an illustration for it in my Daily Drawing Challenge.

https://nguyen.huydung.com/114565/daily-drawing-7-understanding-by-design/2019/02/

Rapid Instructional Design is an umbrella term – as far as I can see. There is no single definition or process which are being agreed by experts and designers as the “standard”. Among various concepts, I really like Meier’s Four-Phase Learning cycle (Preparation, Creative Presentation, Practice, and Performance) which matches perfectly with my approach to offline training. In Online eLearning, Thiagi’s Four door concept (Library, Playground, Cafe and Evaluation Center) – it helped me to finally “get” the method on edx and some of the courses on Coursera.

That being said, the assignment for this week seems to focus only on Rapid eLearning with the use of rapid authoring tool. This is my submission:

For the final assignment of the course, I’d like to propose a 20-minutes eLearning module about how to not being tricked by misleading charts.

Here is the Signature Assignment document with details about Goals, Objectives, Tasks Analysis, and more:

And here is the video in which I introduce the course:

If you are interested, please register a spot here: https://nguyen.huydung.com/course/charts-to-trust-or-not-to-trust/ . If more than 10 people show interest, I’ll develop the course for real, arriving on April 1, 2019.

Also in the Instructional Design & Technology MicroMaster