Today we are going to take a look at some of the trends in instructional design that have been accelerating in recent years.
A recent study has shown that US schools are falling well short of goals set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) with respect to sex education.
We should celebrate those instructional designers who are smart enough to build on the work of others for their own purposes.
Findings from a series of studies suggest that standardized exams and raising academic standards have not been very effective in motivating students.
STEM learning is great for building critical thinking and problem-solving skills. The challenge is how to engage the broad range of students in subjects that are complex and highly sequential.
Increasing learner involvement, by offering more choices for students, and by allowing students to work their own way through the learning process.
Project evaluation in instructional design is fundamentally important.
Instructional Design is a complicated science but it can be boiled down into three activities.