Teaching: Instructional Design and Development

CI 553: Instructional Design and Development

Upon completing this course, students have the ability and confidence to act as professional instructional designers in a variety of contexts. The course has three distinct foci: knowledge about the field of Instructional Design, skills to use in developing instructional materials, and schema/semiotics, e.g., gaining a sense of what it is to be a professional instructional designer. Thus, students apply the knowledge and skill they have gained through the variety of courses in their Masters’ program to activities and live projects.ng and instruction are applied to the systematic design, development, and evaluation of web-based learning. Includes use of the Internet in classroom/workshop instruction and as a stand-alone instructional delivery system. Web-based learning is investigated in both educational and training contexts. The focus is on learning communities rather than distance education.

Syllabus from Spring 2009