Category: Instructional Design Concepts

Concepts (Theories and models) of Instructional Design

Aleatoric Creativity and Instructional Design

According to the Webster’s dictionary that sits on my desk, Aleatoric means, “characterized by chance of indeterminate elements.” Aleatoric Creativity: Aleatoric creativity thus, must mean something that’s the complete antithesis of the kind of creativity required for instructional design, which…

The IDEAL: Intellectual Skills

  Intellectual Skills Robert M. Gagné classified the outcomes of all learning processes into 5 types. Intellectual Skills Cognitive Strategy Verbal Information Attitude Motor Skills Intellectual Skills – Explanation and Illustration While all the five types mentioned above are important…

The IDEAL: Inert Knowledge or Inert Ideas

Inert Knowledge Inert Knowledge comprises Ideas and Concepts that are transferred to a learner in absence of a prior schema that the new information can connect with. Thus, the new knowledge remains  isolated with little chance of being applied by…