This paper focuses on the role of revision in the systematic design of instruction models. Information that might help: This is for a class in Systematic Design of Instruction.
The role of revision in the systematic design of instruction models
Information that might help: This is for a class in Systematic Design of Instruction. Instruction models covered in the class were primarily ADDIE and the Dick & Carey Model, but Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction was also briefly discussed.
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and Carey systems approach model. This model also encapsulates the fundamen- tals of instructional design using concepts and procedures for analyzing, designing, developing, and evaluating instruction. Additionally, numerous examples illus-
trate the application of the instructional design process and ready-to-use mate-
rials for Web-based instruction. The textbook is particularly suitable for
graduate-level instructional design courses focused on the design of face-to-
face and Web-based learning environments.
The overall quality of this book is well up. An earlier edi-
The Systematic Design of Instruction
(Dick & Carey, 1996) was praised as
one of the two most appropriate textbooks for instructional design in the 2000
ITFORUM poll (Bond-Hu & Spector, 2002) along with
(Morrison, Ross, & Kemp, 2001). The recently revised 6th edition
inherits notable features of previous editions and also adds prominent fea-
tures for effective instructional design and Web-based instruction. Furthermore, significant features, including the systems approach, multiple theoretical foundations,
book organization, graphic organizers, real-world examples and practice, and also features new to the sixth edition are described below.
The Systems Approach
The Dick and Carey model uses the systems approach for designing effective
instruction. This approach emphasizes thorough analysis of interrelated
instructional components, integral evaluation of instructional materials, and also
refinement of the instruction throughout the creative process for supporting