Dynamic Instructional Design Model (DID


An iterative approach to design based on continual feedback
Presenter: Amanda Sharpe ETEC 551 Spring 2011

Select Technologies 6. Establish the Learning Environment 4. It is a 6 step model built around a continual internal and external feedback loop.Overview The Dynamic Instructional Design model was developed by LeverDuffy and McDonald (2011). Evaluate and Revise the Design Dynamic Instructional Design . Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies 5. as well as within the entire process. The steps are: 1. with each step containing opportunities for feedback and revision within it. Know the Learners 2. Articulate Objectives 3.

•• What is their cultural background? Their prior knowledge? Their learning style? •• Decide how your students’ background factors should affect your instructional design. Know Your Learners .Step 1 •• Assess your learners’ developmental stage. both physically and cognitively.

Step 2 Articulate Objectives Objectives for student performance should encapsulate exactly what you expect students to be able to do or to have learned by the end of the instructional unit. •• What criteria are necessary to ensure mastery? •• Have you included all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy that are appropriate for the content? . valid. and whether or not they have captured the content that the students needed to learn. In this step. and reliable. you need to not only create performance objectives. but also to critically analyze whether the objectives you have created are measurable.

and at the end of your lesson: •• What reinforcers are needed for this unit to motivate and build learning success? •• How can learning be made active? •• How should students be grouped for positive interaction? •• What changes need to be made to the classroom space? .Step 3 Establish the Learning Environment Clarify what you will do to create an environment for this unit conducive to learning. Answer these questions both before conducting your. during your lesson as you assess formatively.

. reinforcing new knowledge. Answer these questions: •• Do the strategies meet the diverse needs of learners identified in step 1? •• Are/were the strategies sufficient and effective for the objectives established in step 2? Include strategies for connecting to prior knowledge. describe in detail the teaching and learning strategies that need to be implemented to meet the objectives. introducing new knowledge.Step 4 Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies Given the objectives. as well as for formative and summative evaluation.

Step 5 Based on the teaching and learning strategies identified. and technology that will support each strategy. Evaluate how well the technology that you selected supported the your teaching and the learning of your students. select media. materials. Select Technologies •• Is the technology appropriate to the teaching and content? •• Did the technology support the intended teaching and learning? .

reflect on the design of the assessment and its efficacy in providing accurate feedback of student achievement of learning objectives. Based on that assessment. Ask yourself: Evaluate and Revise •• Does the assessment instrument accurately measure the achievement of objectives? •• Did the assessment provide the data needed to determine the effectiveness of the design? . Also use that assessment to inform your evaluation of your instructional design process and changes to be made in future implementations.Step 6 Perform a summative evaluation of student learning.

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