The Learning Renaissance

A Brief History of Instructional Design, by Kristina Hollis

This infographic speaks in terms of “instructional design”, which suggests the focus is on the teaching rather than the learning outcomes. One key aspect of ICT-based learning is giving the learner greater control over the how and what of they are learning – making it a personalised experience. That in turn throws up the question as to whether such learning requires the usual bricks and mortar of school based learning, a physical time and space and the physical presence of the teacher to preside over a group of thirty students. I’m not undermining the social aspects of learning here, merely the current orthodoxy with which it is planned and delivered… (DWH)

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Read more: A Brief History of Instructional Design, by Kristina Hollis

See also: Instructional Development Timeline

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This entry was posted on October 21, 2013 by in Infographics and tagged , , .

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