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Instructional Design in a Technological World: Fitting Learning Activities into the Larger Picture
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Journal of Interactive Instruction Development Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1040-0370

Abstract

Discusses the importance of instructional design when developing learning activities that involve the use of technology. Topics include validity and value; supporting thinking processes; varied learning styles; learning plans; learning outcomes; teachers' roles; connecting experience and learning; outcome-based assessment; assessment tasks; and assessment in distance education. (LRW)

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Curoe, R. (1999). Instructional Design in a Technological World: Fitting Learning Activities into the Larger Picture. Journal of Interactive Instruction Development, 12(2), 23-28. Retrieved June 2, 2020 from .

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