Instructional Design Central (IDC) Instructional design models help instructional designers to make sense of abstract learning theory and enable real world application.
An instructional design model provides structure and meaning to an instructional design problem. Many of them have common instructional design principles and patterns. Below is a list of the most common instructional design models (including the ADDIE model) that are used to design learning experiences, courses, and instructional content. ADDIE Model The ADDIE Model was first created for the U.S.
Analysis In the analysis phase of the ADDIE Model the instructional problem is identified. Design The design phase of the ADDIE Model nails down learning objectives, instructional methods and activities, storyboards, content, subject matter knowledge, lesson outlines, and media assets. Development The development phase of the ADDIE Model is where instructional designers develop the content and learning interactions outlined in the design phase.
SAM Model. Bloom's Digital Taxonomy. 100 Inspiring Ways to Use Social Media In the Classroom. Social media may have started out as a fun way to connect with friends, but it has evolved to become a powerful tool for education and business.
Sites such as Facebook and Twitter and tools such as Skype are connecting students to learning opportunities in new and exciting ways. Whether you teach an elementary class, a traditional college class, or at an online university, you will find inspirational ways to incorporate social media in your classroom with this list. Ideas for K-12 Classrooms Implement these great ideas in your K-12 classroom to have students learning in a dynamic new way. Make literature real. Ideas for College Classrooms Integrate these suggestions into college classrooms for engaging learning opportunities. Window to daily life at school. Ways Students Can Use Social Media From practicing a foreign language to finding scientific research, these tips will have students using social media to enhance their education. Find scientific research papers.
Offer a class. TweetDeck. 4 Tips for Integrating Social Media Into the Classroom. A former local newspaper reporter, Tanveer is a student at the Medill School of Journalism learning all things digital and entrepreneurial.
He also writes about political figures for WhoRunsGov.com and hopes to own the high score on multiple Ms. Pac-Man machines one day. While kids may rely social networks for personal use, there is a place for them in K-12 education, as well. In 2007, half of all students who used the Internet said they use it to talk specifically about schoolwork, according to a National School Boards Association survey. Still, most schools continue to discourage or outright ban the use of the technology in school. The fact is, social networks are here to stay, and with or without rules, kids are going to use them. 1. Schools have been understandably cautious in allowing students access to social media sites. For many schools, it is easier to apply broad filters that restrict access to inappropriate sites and social networks alike, allowing for minimal supervision. Top 50 Education Technology Blogs. Education technology has many supporters in its movement to alter traditional teaching methods.
This list of the top 50 education technology blogs includes writers, technicians and social media experts…but they all are teachers. The “movers” are teachers who facilitate learning among other teachers and in the classroom, the “shakers” teach new philosophies and innovations, and the folks “on the ground” offer news, tools and methods of using those tools in the classroom. This list is divided into those three categories, and each link within those categories is listed alphabetically. The links lead straight to the recently updated blogs, and the descriptions supply information about that blogger’s achievements, including careers and jobs. Movers Shakers Absence of Limitations: Through over two decades of IT experience, Mr. On the Ground.