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No matter which specialization you may be pursuing during your MED program, mastering basic instructional design principles will ensure a solid specialization foundation. During this first individual project for the course, you will research instructional design models and prepare an APA formatted paper that defines methods and tools of instructional design, compares and contrasts design models, and discusses the placement and importance of learner assessment and program evaluation. At a minimum, your final paper should: Discuss the phases of the ADDIE model.Discuss Gagne- Theory of Instruction model and the connection of Gagne- Nine Events of Instruction within the model.Define Bloom- Taxonomy, and explain the connection between Bloom- Taxonomy verbs and the Analysis Phase of design models. Explain the connection between Bloom- Taxonomy verbs and learner assessment.Compare and Contrast Bloom- Taxonomy against Gagne- A Taxonomy of Learning Outcomes.Provide examples of designed elements that might reflect Gagne- Nine Events of Instruction within instructional design.Explain how the use of an instructional design model might ensure that societal, cultural, and diversity needs are included in an instructional event.Discuss program evaluation and how it differs from learner assessment. Be sure to explain how instructional design models ensure that both critical elements are included during the design process. Descriptions, discussions, and analyses must be your own and may not have been used in any other class. The paper should use APA manuscript format. It will need an appropriately formatted title page and running headers, an abstract, and body headings. It should be written in the third-person voice, using Times New Roman, size 12 font, and should be double-spaced with correct margins. Please refer to your APA 6th edition manual for details.
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