Instructional Design Models

The following is a list of prescriptive instructional design models (accessed March 16th, 2013). Prescriptive models provide guidelines or frameworks to organize and structure the process of creating instructional activities. These models can be used to guide your approach to the art or science (your choice) of instructional design. The following are commonly accepted prescriptive design models:

Objective Taxonomies

  • Cognitive Domain (Benjamin Bloom) — Know
  • Affective Domain (David Krathwohl) — Feel
  • Psycho-motor Domain (Elizabeth Jane Simpson) — Do

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I'm obsessed with learning via the appropriate technology. My professional mission is to effectively deliver instruction to learners in a way that yields the greatest results for all stakeholders involved.
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