EMDT 5040 - Education Design + Evaluation
In this course students explore various instructional design strategies to effectively define learning outcomes, convey them to learners, and help learners achieve the outcomes. Students analyze instructional strategies and various assessment types to determine which approach fits best for each learning scenario. Students engage in project-based learning activities to produce content for their educational portfolio, which serves as an applied demonstration of their knowledge and skill in evaluating different educational models in relation to instructional design practice. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have an expanded awareness of instructional design and evaluation measures for deeper learning approaches.
Prerequisites: EMDT 5020 - Multiple Learning Theories
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Explore instructional design and assessment types.
- Analyze design systems for applicability to a given scenario.
- Implement instructional design models in coursework.
- Evaluate strategy for effectiveness.
EMDT 5040 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Dirksen, J. (2016). Design for how people learn (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: New Riders. ISBN-13: 978-0134211282
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