The DID Model of the Technology-Based Instructional Design EDU 529 Computer-Based Instructional Technology.

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<ul><li><p>The DID Model </p><p>of the Technology-Based Instructional DesignEDU 529 Computer-Based Instructional Technology</p></li><li><p>A Blend of the Traditional and Non-Traditional InstructionKnow the learnersState your objectivesEstablish the learning EnvironmentIdentify the teaching and learning strategiesIdentify &amp; select technologiesSummative EvaluationDesigning ProcessRevision</p></li><li><p>Know the LearnersThe learners educational backgroundThe learners cultural &amp; language backgroundThe learners incoming knowledge and skill level relative to the intended instructionTheir individual characteristicsLearning styleCognitive styleTypes of intelligencesAs a group, how are they the same and how are they different?How would those factors affect the design of the intended instruction?</p></li><li><p>State Your ObjectivesWhat the learners will learn and the intended outcomeWhat the learners will know What the learners will be able to performThe Blooms Taxonomy in terms of the instructional objectives and the thinking skills to be fostered: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation</p></li><li><p>Establish the Learning EnvironmentThe physical spaceThe students learning space and the technology accessibilityA space that cultivate cooperation and collaborationClassroom climateTemperature, space, light, &amp; seatingAttitudesRapport in the classRelationship between the learners and the teacherPositive self image and attitude toward others in class</p></li></ul>

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