Instructional design (ID) is the art and science of designing and developingeffective and efficient instruction. The goal of instructional design is to help students better learn and remember what they have learned by arranging an environment that is conducive to their learning. Instructional design practices include carefully planned instruction and training plans with learning objectives, instructional activities that foster engagement and interaction, and assessments that connect with the goals of instruction. It is with this careful planning that educators save time and monies and avoid accidental learning or mislearning. Considering the importance of instructional design to achieve expected learning outcomes, teacher education programs benefit greatly from using ID principles and practices in their curricula.
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I want to know, is instructional design digital?Posted by Farheen Mahmood on April 12, 2022, 8:10 p.m.