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Inspirative Training and

Development Institute (ITDI)


TEAM MEMBERS:
Shanica Robin
Nickesha Senior
Brehaniea Wight
Donnette
Ferdinand
COURSE:
EDID6503 Instructional Design Theories, Models and Strategies

ITDI
Catering for learners of
varying social and
academic backgrounds,
competencies, cultures
and languages

The New
Environment

Offers learning
solutions to
businesses and
schools
Identifies skills,
knowledge,
information and
aptitude of learners
Equips its learners in
becoming strong
leaders through its
adult corporate
teaching and
learning activities

The New
Environment

Employs ICT
tools in
instructional
delivery
Scaffolding and
interventions
Meaningful
learning
activities

Categorization of Model

System oriented

Classroom oriented

Underlying Models
Derived from:
M-AIM
The Pepperpot Model
FGS-ICT Model
Moore-SAM Business Model
ADDIE
ASSURE
Donald Kirkpatrick
Wellivers Instructional
Transformation Model
Jack Phillips Level 5 ROI
Functions of Management

The New Model

nspirative Design Mode

Inspirative Design Model

Major phases of model

P1: Identify
Goals/Outcomes

Know final result to be


achieved

Clearly understood by
teacher and learners

Learners take
responsibility

P2: Instructional Needs Analysis


Analyze needs for
Learning context
Learners
Competencies

Evaluate
Mock-up learning plan
needed?

Rework

P3: Design

Organize content within


context

Utilize Subject matter


experts

Have brainstorming
events

Introduce tools, strategies,


techniques needed

Facilitate technology
integration

P4: Application
Apply knowledge, techniques,
strategies
Develop pilot
includes learning
materials, job aids

Test pilot
Requires sample group
of learners

Evaluate
Sent to client for
re-evaluation

P5: Implementation

Final product released


with feedback
evaluation built in

P6: Evaluation
Formative (internal)
Focus on the process
Evaluating learning
materials,
Student learning and
achievements
Teacher effectiveness

Summative (external)
Focus on the outcome
Evaluating the worth of
the program
Through questionnaires,
surveys, interviews etc

An iterative approach

Within each phase


(formative evaluation)

Throughout entire
process
(summative evaluation)

Instructional Strategies
afforded

Cooperative learning

Problem solving

Simulations
Games
KWL method

Discussions

Role play

Peer and self


assessment

Experiential learning

Non-linguistic
representations

Justification for the New Model

Judicious integration of all individual models

Incorporation of real-world, authentic learning

Iterative model - evaluation at all stages in


order to present well-planned instruction

Justification for the New


Model
Meets

needs of individual clients

Systematic

approach to instructional

design
Application

of strategies that are grounded


in best practices in target disciplines