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Category Instructional Design Concepts

Read and reflect upon the application of various Instructional Design Principles (theories, models, methods, and frameworks.)

Related content appears in the form of articles, analyses, activities, quizzes, and/or cases, that use instructional design principles. Provides the instructional designers, trainers, content-writers and other learning professionals an opportunity to understand how these concepts of ID work.

Instructional Design Quiz with Coffeebeans – Quiz 2

Five more questions on Bloom’s Taxonomy, the ADDIE model, Learning Domains, and the human brain, with Creative Agni’s Quiz Master, Coffeebeans.

Quiz me Quick – The Smart Instructional Design Quiz with Coffeebeans

Are you an ID-baby, an ID-teen, or an ID-Adult? Join Coffeebeans to take this Instructional Design quiz and find out. If you enjoy taking this quiz,  like the video and Subscribe to the Creative Agni channel on YouTube.

John Sweller’s Cognitive Load Theory and its Application in Instructional Design

In 1988, John Sweller proposed the Cognitive Load Theory, and discussed the effect of cognitive load on learning.  He had based his work on George Miller’s 7 plus or minus 2 rule, which states that short term memory has certain… Continue Reading →

The 7 plus or minus 2 Rule and The Chunking Principle

The 7 Plus or Minus 2 Rule by George Miller In 1956, George Miller gave the 7 plus or minus 2 Rule to define the limits of human memory. What this means is that the short-term memory, which is also… Continue Reading →

Bloom’s Taxonomy vs. Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy – Does it Matter?

More so…should you care? It depends a lot on who you are, and when you came of “instructional” age. In my opinion, it doesn’t matter. As a user of theories and models, as long as you use them the right… Continue Reading →

Fresh vs. Experienced or Novice vs. Expert?

Whether you are a fresh Instructional Designer or someone with a decade or two worth of experience under their belt, when it comes to your zest for learning, it’s all the same. The need to learn is like the need… Continue Reading →

Learn – Unlearn – Relearn! The Adult Learner Way

As people who design and implement adult learning courses and training programs, it’s important for us to realize that adult-learning is a complex process. While we understand that adults are repositories of experiences and that these experiences mark their learning… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Instructional Design Junction

The first post is like a baby’s first steps or a teen’s first crush. Either your feet are wobbly and you are learning to walk, or your new heady love is making your heart is going a mile-a-second. You take… Continue Reading →

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