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Topic A3: Instructional Design - Additional Resources

Below are online resources which may help you in preparation. Take a moment to visit each. If you find a resource particularly helpful, remember to bookmark that page to make it easier to return to it at a later time.


Handbook on Formative and Summative Evaluation of Student Learning

McGraw-Hill. Bloom, B. S., Hastings, J. T., and Madaus, G. F. (1971).

How to Write and Use Performance Objectives to Individualize Instruction (Vols. 1-5)

Boston, R. E. (1972). Educational Technology Publications, Inc.. This four booklet series builds on the work of Robert Mager and provides many activities reinforcing the basic concepts outlined in the booklets.

The Systematic Design of Instruction (4th ed.)

Dick, W. and Carey, L. (1996). Harper Collins. The foundation of instructional design training, this text covers the fundamentals of design, development, and evaluation of instructional design.

Basics of Instructional Systems Development

(June, 1997). Hodell, C., ASTD Info-line, Issue 9706.

Analyzing Performance Problems (3rd ed.)

Mager, R.F., & Pipe, P. (1997). . Atlanta, GA: Center for Effective Performance.

Instructional Design (2nd ed.)

Smith, P. L. and Tillman, J. R. (1999). Prentice-Hall. This exploration of the theoretical issues in ID includes a section on needs assessment, learning tasks and learners, and covers formative and summative evaluation.


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