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by Tillman J. Ragan,Patricia L. Smith

eBook Instructional Design download ISBN: 0470087609
Author: Tillman J. Ragan,Patricia L. Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 4th Edition edition (October 6, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 384
ePub: 1962 kb
Fb2: 1617 kb
Rating: 4.6
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I have to say, compared to some of the books out there, this book is very helpful

I have to say, compared to some of the books out there, this book is very helpful. I cherished the practical examples of instructional strategies that were included, they really helped with homework by clarifying some concepts.

I have to say, compared to some of the books out there, this book is very helpful. Will definitely keep this as a desk reference.

Patricia L. Smith, Tillman J. Ragan

Patricia L. Ragan. This book is notable for its theory-based treatment of the instructional design process, including unusual depth in the design of instructional strategies. Its scope applies to both K-12 and corporate settings, and it is particularly rich with examples and practice. A helpful Learning Resources Web site accompanies the book providing feedback for chapter exercises, job aids, presentations, and other helpful materials.

Smith, Patricia L; Ragan, Tillman .

Smith, Patricia L; Ragan, Tillman J. Publication date. Instructional analysis: analyzing the learning context - Instructional analysis: analyzing the learners - Instructional analysis: analyzing the learning task - Assessing learner performance - Instructional strategy - Strategies for declarative knowledge lessons - Strategies for concept lessons - Strategies for rule lessons - Strategies for problem-solving lessons - Strategies for cognitive strategy lessons.

Tillman J. Ragan is Professor Emeritus in the Instructional Psychology and Technology program at the University of. .See if your friends have read any of Tillman J. Ragan's books. Tillman J. Ragan, Patricia L. Smith. Ragan is Professor Emeritus in the Instructional Psychology and Technology program at the University of Oklahoma. He received his P. Ragan’s Followers. None yet. in Instructional Technology from Syracuse University in 1970.

Instructional Design Books. By Patricia L.

Smith, Patricia . Ragan, Tillman . Ragan, Tillman J. Impact of R. M. Gagne's Work on Instructional. Smith and Ragan have proposed a modelComparison of Generative/ Supplantive Strategy (COGSS) for determining the balance between instructional strategies ( events) and learning strategies (learner-supplied events) based upon context, learner, and task variables.

The text presents a comprehensive treatment of the instructional design process, including analysis, strategy design, assessment, and evaluation.

com/college/smith that, in addition to the Extended Example, provides feedback for all chapter exercises, sample sylalbi, learning activities, figures and illustrations, lecture-launcher PowerPoints, job aids, example objectives for each type of learning, online chapters on production of media, delivery strategies, motivation strategies, and much more.

Comments: (7)
I enrolled in a Masters-level university class that I found very frustrating because I lacked some knowledge about teaching (my undergrad is in Business Administration). There were excerpts of many resources that had been offered, chapter 7 of this book was among them. I liked the way the book was structured and how well instructional design strategy was explained. So I decided to purchase the book and have found it be an excellent resource to not only complete some of the holes in my former training but also it provided an approach I could use when I am creating new programs.
I'm really enjoying using my tablet for studying. I do still prefer a paper book but, this is less expensive and doesn't take up shelf space. I like that I can highlight and add my own notes as well. The fact that it was less than half of the price of the hardcopy textbook makes it even better!
Dated but still useful.
Required book for my class, however, easy to read with useful information.
I use this a lot for my ISD Course work, well written and easy to follow. Can be referenced as peer reviewed.
This book is required reading for my class at Oregon State University. It is a real page turner. Thank you.
Guys, I can't tell you how nice and sweet the seller was in packaging the book and leaving me a note and everything. I mean, given the price and deal I got - it was above and beyond service.

This is a GREAT book for EVERY instructional designer to own. Not a light read. Lots to absorb and digest - great to reference and read over time, and read in any order.

The content validates the hard work IDs go through - if for nothing else, to maintain our sanity knowing sometimes its just best to keep doing the good work we do in the systematic way we do it, and let those who don't know and refuse to learn, continue on their own path (i.e. programmers, engineers, graphic artists and such - more aligned with eLearning product development).
I am in an Instructional Design Masters Program and this is the worst textbook I have seen. The writing is unbelievably dry. I reads like a manual. The typeset is small, the pages are organized in columns and there are very few visual aids. In general I have very good reading comprehension but with this book I had to re-read pages several times because because it was so dull I wasn't retaining anything.