The Systematic Design of Instruction

Merrill/Pearson, 2009 - 396 páginas
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This classic book simply and clearly introduces readers to the fundamentals of instructional design and helps them learn the concepts and procedures for designing, developing, and evaluating instruction for all delivery formats. The new edition covers the impact of critical new theories, new technologies, and the Internet. The book also addresses current design processes used in instructional settings and delivery systems across many curriculum and business areas including Internet-based distance education. Anyone interested in learning about instructional design.

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Linguistically dense and verging on unreadable, this book has become one of the most influential books on instructional design. The authors seem more interested in impressing their academic peers than ... Leer reseña completa

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