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									                          Instructional Design

Basic Information
Course Title: Instructional Design

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Course Type: Elective

Credit Hours: 2 credit hours

Contact Hours:

Number of Weeks: 15 Weeks

Major: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Mathematics

Level: 3rd and 4th levels

Semester: 1st (       )     2nd (    )

Prerequisites: Science Instructional 1, 2 or Math Instructional 1, 2



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Course Rationale
This course is very important in qualifying science teachers since it help students to connect
Theoretical knowledge with practice. The course will help prospective teachers to know how
to design lessons or learning units in his major through using various models of Instructional
design.




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Course Description
This course contains theoretical topics related to basic concepts in Instructional design.
Some of the topics are foundations of Instructional design and steps of Instructional design
based on system approach. Some models for Instructional design will be discussed in the
course. It will help prospective teachers to acquire practical skills to design lessons or
learning units base on appropriate Instructional design models.

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this course, prospective teachers will be able to:

       1. Explain some basic concepts related to Instructional design.
       2. Demonstrate understanding to psychological and educational foundations for
          Instructional design.
       3. Demonstrate understanding to theories and models of Instructional design.
       4. Design learning unit or lesson based on systems approach.
       5. Design learning unit or lesson based on one of Instructional design models.
Content Distribution
weeks                                           Topics and content

               Introduction to the course.
 1st
               Description the course components and procedures.
               Basic concepts related to Instructional Design:
 2nd           Teaching, instruction, learning, educational design, Instructional design, system,
               systemic approach.
               - Educational and psychological Foundations for Instructional design
 3rd
               - The importance of Instructional design.
               Stages and steps of Instructional design based on systemic approach and Rosenberg
 4th
               steps
               Models and theories for Instructional design;
 5th
                Behavioral models (Programmed Instructional and learning. -
               Continue discussing models of behavioral models for Instructional design;
 6th
               - Learning by elaboration and Janet and Bregs model.
 7th           Cognitive Models for Instructional design (Hilda Tabba model, and Auzobil model
 8th           Midterm Exam
               Social and humanitarian models for Instructional design (Problem solving using
 9th           creative methods for William Jordan, and learning by social model for Elbert
               Bandorra.
               Social and humanitarian models for Instructional design (Problem solving using
 10th          creative methods for William Jordan, and learning by social model for Elbert
               Bandorra.
               Other models for Instructional design (Systemic approach model for Gerlak and
 11th
               Waylly, Dik and Karry Model, and Kemp Model)
 12th          Other models for Instructional design (Roberts Model and Kemp Model).
 13th          Discussing Instructional designs prepared by students.
 14th          Continue discussing Instructional design prepared by students.
 15th          Final Exam


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Instructional and Learning Methods & Activities
                        Instructional and learning in this course will depend on the following:

    -   Interactive Lecturing supported by discourse and discussion.
    -   Working in cooperative groups.
    -   Conducting activities based on system model and Instructional design models.
    -   Using ICT in the course.


Course Assignments
Individual and group assignments, such as follows:

    -   Short criticized reports for readings about system approach.
    -   Students design learning units related to their majors based on one of the
        Instructional design models.


Course Assessment
Students' performance will be assessed in this course through the following activities and
points:

       Attendance an participation                5%
       Assignments                                20%
       Mid term test                              15%
       Final exam                                 60%

Textbooks and References
- Alheela, M. (2005). Design of Instructional: Theory and practice. Dar Almassera, Amma,
Jordan.

- Salamah, A. M. (2005). Foundations in Instructional design. Dar Albazoori, Amman, Jordon.

- Almanshi, A. ( ). Using systemic model in Instructional design. Jornal of technology in
Instructional. No 3.

- Kadem, A. Kh. (1987). Books of educational programs design, Dar Alnahda Alarabia.

- Readings from Internet.

- Science and mathematics textbooks for secondary schools.




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