Category:Instructional design models
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An Instructional design model is a general design rule on how to teach/bring to learn, e.g. formulated as a learning design. Usually restricted to a given class of subjects and contexts. See also:
- The introduction to instructional design.
- pedagogic strategy and the category pedagogic strategies
- The category Instructional design methods (Note: In instructional technology and design, "methods" (how to design) are called "models". In this wiki, instructional design models that are methods for designing are tagged instructional design methods
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