Fully Flexible Online Course
- How can you design learning resources if you don’t really understand how people learn?
- How can you make instructional design decisions if you are not aware of STRATEGIES THAT REALLY WORK and common strategies that don’t work?
- How do you make your Instructional Design Decisions? Experience? Intuition? Careful analysis? All those “10 tips for Instructional Designers”! Bits and pieces from talks you’ve been to/listened to? What other IDs are doing? YOU NEED MORE THAN THIS!
For effective Instructional Design decisions, you need to know what the research tells us. This course will highlight the major Learning Theories and the research findings from the Learning scientists, their implications for Instructional Design. It gives you concise and easy to follow guides on how to apply them in your work as an Instructional Designer
Enable students to make informed design decisions based on guidelines developed from research on Learning Theories, Multimedia Theory and the Learning Sciences.
Students will be able to:
- Discuss the field of Instructional Design with people who may or may not have Instructional Design Knowledge
- Compare and contrast the major Learning Theories and their implications for Instructional Design.
- Choose appropriate Instructional Strategies.
- Design multimedia learning resources that are compatible with human learning processes.
General Course Information
This course is suitable for people who:
- Have done little or no instructional design before or people who have moved into the role of Instructional Design without any formal training.
- Are interested in creating, developing, and delivering learning programs for business, government, military, or not-for-profit organisations.
- It assumes that you are comfortable with computers and at least interested to discover forums and wikis.
- No training or teaching background required.
We use the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) and if you are not familiar with an LMS then, as an instructional designer, you need to be. Through this LMS you can access the course content; text, images, audio presentations, submit assignments, participate in online forums, collaboratively write in Wikis, reflect on your learning in a personal blog and receive the personalised feedback that makes this course come to life.
It will be delivered as a flexible online course so that participants can log on at any time.
The course takes between 12 and 20 hours to complete reading and assignments, but students are given six weeks to access the course; this allows time to make the most of the course materials, carry out more extensive research if preferred, get personalised feedback and collaborate with other students.
This new course is available FROM Friday 21st July to 1st
The cost of the ‘Foundations of Effective Instructional Design’ course is $520 per person
(The second course 'The Instructional Design Method' will be available FROM Friday 12th January 2018. Cost $680)
- Save $100 if you enrol in 'The Foundations of Effective Instructional Design' and 'The Instructional Design Method' courses together.
- There are special rates if you’re unemployed - 30% discount.
- The unemployed discount is only available if you’ve been on unemployment benefits for six months or more.
- These courses are not transferable.
- Course fees are not refundable once a student has accessed the course.
- Extensions will cost $50 per week.
Should you wish to enrol, please submit your details below. You will receive an invoice with details for payment after which you will receive the URL web address for the course, your username and password the week before you start.