Distinctive Distance Education Design: Models for Differentiated Instruction: Models for Differentiated Instruction

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Fuller, Richard G.
IGI Global, Jul 31, 2010 - Computers - 227 pages
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As the educative process continues to transform, educators and instructional designers are challenged to understand the nature of online learning and the central issues involved in effective online design.

Distinctive Distance Education Design: Models for Differentiated Instruction attempts to gather the traditional models of teaching and learning and present them in a way that is useful to both new and experienced online teachers in a manner that can assist in increasing the overall effectiveness of online courses and training sessions and provide a greater impact for both the teacher and the learner.

 

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Contents

Designing Education Outsideof the Traditional Classroom
1
Four Types of Courses
13
Learners and Learning
27
Designing for Interactionin Online Courses
39
Social Presence
57
Administrative IssuesImpacting InstructionalDesign for Online Learning
69
Needs Assessment
84
Behavioral Objectives and Lesson Planning
99
Foundational Pedagogies
130
Skills Based and AnalysisSynthesis Pedagogies
146
Designing FoundationalCourses
158
Designing Skills Based Classes
169
Designing AnalysisSynthesis Courses
188
About the Authors
205
Index
206
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Lesson and Program Evaluation
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