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					 A New System for
Instructional Design

  Vishakhadutt D. Patil
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
    – What it is
 It is a systematic approach to the
  development of effective instruction.
 It is the development of strategies
  for effective communication
      Instructional Design
    – What it isn’t
   It isn’t a teaching guide.
   It isn’t a foolproof method for
    production of sleek training material.
   It is open to criticism.
                Theories
   Psychological        Management
   Philosophical        Advertising
   Educational          Market-Oriented
      What is Required
 Introspection - looking into ourselves
 Induction -looking at the world
 Analysis - looking at content and theory
 Value - the core of quality
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
           Philosophy
 Intuition - Genesis of the Idea
 Rationale - Why this now?
 Dialectics - Arguments For and Against
 Logic - Inductive, deductive
 Ethics - Utility, Rights, and Value Based
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
             System
 Model
 Flow - Generals to Specifics or Vice
  Versa
 Break up - Analytic or synthetic
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
           Aesthetics
 Interface Design
 Beauty
 User Delight
 Simplicity
 Subtle Undercurrents
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
             Impact
 Attention
 Interest
 Recall
 Outlook - change in behavior or
  perspective
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
               Field
 Content - Material, Scope
 Market
 User - Profile, Needs, Motivation,
  Reception, Psychology
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
         Presentation
 Path - Objectives, Modules, Structure
  according to identified model
 Standards
 Review
 Evaluate - Instructional, Subjective,
  Abstract, and Interactive Elements.
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
            Meaning
 Interpretation
 Trends - Gender, Culture and Other
  Issues.
 Idiom- Symbolism, Representation,
  Language, Icons, Hermeneutics.
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome
             Outcome
 Goals -Large Scale, Long Term,
  Changes Expected.
 Objectives
 Market Needs and Trends
 Value - of the Product, the Company
  and the User
 Futuristic - Is this the First Version?
New Model for Instructional
        Design
 Philosophy
 System
 Aesthetics
 Impact
 Field
 Presentation
 Meaning
 Outcome

				
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