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TRDV 451 - INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS DESIGN 1

Theoretical foundations and practical applications of systems models for the design of instruction as a performance intervention. Strategies for identifying a training problem and application of principles of learning and systematic instruction design using an instructional systems design model. Exploration of strategies and best practices for producing targeted, cost-effective, face-to-face instruction aligned with organizational goals and non-instructional interventions. Students conduct an instructional design project"”focusing on the analysis and design phases--over the duration of the course, producing a detailed Instructional Design Plan (IDP).

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

  • TRDV 400 (with a min grade of C-)
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