Instruction Design for Microcomputing Software

David Jonassen
Routledge, 3 avr. 2013 - 456 pages
Selected as one of the outstanding instructional development books in 1989 by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, this volume presents research in instructional design theory as it applies to microcomputer courseware. It includes recommendations -- made by a distinguished group of instructional designers -- for creating courseware to suit the interactive nature of today's technology. Principles of instructional design are offered as a solid base from which to develop more effective programs for this new method of teaching -- and learning.

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Adapting Courseware to Accommodate Individual
Fundamental Problems and Principles of Designing
Designing QomputerAided Instruction
Applying Component Display Theory to the Design
Introduction to Part 11
Proyiding Meaningful Feedback in Courseware
EL Adapting Instruction to Learner Performance
An Intelligent Learning System
Semantic Network Designs for Courseware
Tutoring Information Databases and Iteratiye Design
The Wizard of OZ Technique
A Structured Approach to Intelligent Tutoring
Introduction to Structural Learning Theory

Promoting Cognitiye Processing and Learning
Example of Functional Context Approach
Integrating Learning Strategies into Courseware
Authoring Systems for Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Use of the ARCS Motiyation Model in Courseware Design
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