Baturay, Meltem Huri
January 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2008, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p471
Academic Journal
An instructional design indicates the existing plan and processes for any instruction regardless of the field of study and it works as a guide indicating how to implement an instruction. Basically the routine of the instructional design includes and follows the stages of analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. Although this is the common characteristic found in almost all instructional design models, there are some minor differences in them. In this paper, the author firstly defines the concepts 'instructional design' and 'instructional designer'. Then, she examines Morrison, Ross and Kemp's model of instructional design, Dick and Carey's model and Smith and Ragan's instructional model by emphasizing their main and unique characteristics.


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