Various Models and Theories I want to be able to reference quickly.

ADDIE

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from Dr. Ray, Lesson Two


Gagne's

Nine Events of Instruction
1.

Gain Attention

(Reception)
2.

Inform Learners of Instructional Objectives

(Expectancy)
3.

Stimulate Recall of Prior Learning

(Retrieval)
4.

Present the Stimulus

(Selective Perception)
5.

Provide Learning Guidance

(Semantic Encoding)
6.

Elicit Performance

(Responding)
7.

Provide Feedback

(Reinforcement)
8.

Assessing Performance

(Retrieval)
9.

Enhance Retention and Transfer

(Generalization)

Gerlach & Ely

Design Model
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from Dr. Ray


ASSURE

Heinich, Molenda, Russell & Smaldino Model
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by HAB


PIE

(Newby, Stepick, Lehman and Russell Model)
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Morrison/Ross/Kemp

Model
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Bergman/Moore


bergman-and-moore-model__sm.jpg
from Dr. Ray

de Hoog, de Jong, and de Vries


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Bates Model

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Nieveen (CASCADE) Model


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Seels and Glasgow

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Interservice Procedures for ISD

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IPISD_Model.jpg
from Dr. Ray


GentryGentry_Model.jpg

Dorsey, Goodrum & Schwen

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Diamond


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Smith & Ragan


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Gustafson's Matrix


comparing selected characteristics of Classroom, Product and Systems oriented models

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Typical Outputs
Resources committed to Dev Process
Team or Indiv Dev.
Emphasis on Dev or Select Materials
Amount Front-End Analysis/Needs Assessment Amount Tryout and Revision
Amount Tryout and Revision
Distribution Dissemination
Classroom Orientation
Hour of Instruction
Very Low
Ind
Select
None to Low
Low to Med
None
Product Orientation
Self Instructional Package
High
Ind or Team
Dev or Select
Low or Med
Very High
High
Systems Orientation
School, College or Military Course(s)
High
Team
Dev
Very High
Med to High
Med to High
Source: moz-screenshot-2.jpghttp://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/content_storage_01/0000019b/80/23/1b/d0.pdf, p. 17

Dick & Carey

Model for Designing Instruction
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by HAB


Bloom's

Revised Taxonomy
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"Terminology changes "The graphic is a representation of the NEW verbage associated with the long familiar Bloom's Taxonomy. Note the change from Nouns to Verbs [e.g., Application to Applying] to describe the different levels of the taxonomy. Note that the top two levels are essentially exchanged from the Old to the New version." (Schultz, 2005) (Evaluation moved from the top to Evaluating in the second from the top, Synthesis moved from second on top to the top as Creating.) Source: http://www.odu.edu/educ/llschult/blooms_taxonomy.htm

Elements and Principles of Design

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from Lesson 3, EDT 6350