Instructional design: Theory and practice.
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AbstractDescribes, using a pedagogical focus, the principles of instructional design in distance learning teaching. The paper comprises five sections. The first section provides definitions and describes concepts of instructional design. In the second section the authors investigate the nature of instructional design. The third section concerns the integration of teaching pedagogy with instructional design. The fourth section describes elements of project management and instructional design. A mini case study that discusses the embedding of literacy and numeracy in an Open Polytechnic Level 2 Horticulture course is included. The fifth section discusses e-learning pedagogy and instructional design.
CitationKobeleva, P., & Strongman, L. (2012). Instructional design: Theory and practice (Working Papers No. 11-3). Lower Hutt, New Zealand: The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.
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