EDUC 519 – Instructional Design for Leaders

Course Overview

This course addresses the systematic design of learning experiences and environments. Students learn about the use of instructional design (ID) models and predominant learning theories (behaviorist, cognitive and constructivist) to create effective learning experiences. Learners explore various elements of the instructional design process, including needs assessment, instructional problems, learner characteristics, instructional objectives, content sequencing, instructional strategies, instructional delivery, evaluation instruments, instructional resources, media selection and formative evaluation.

This course is a 2023 Exemplary Course Program Award Winner! Selected by Anthology’s Exemplary Course Program which recognizes instructors and course designers who demonstrate best practices in four major areas: Course Design, Interaction and Collaboration, Assessment and Learner Support.


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