This is not an article to justify the current cost or price of online education. It is possible to have expensive, yet low quality and inconvenient online education or you may not be getting worth of the financial student loan debt. But, I will argue that both quality and convenience comes with a price. The … Continue reading The Myth of Convenient, Affordable, and At the Same Time Quality Online Education
After having a recent conversation on Linkedin with some colleagues, I felt obligated to write this article to provide my point of view on the instructional design since I am seeing an ongoing reductionist approach on instructional design. What is instructional design? It is an interdisciplinary field which many fellows join from different professions to … Continue reading Instructional Design is not Multimedia Design, Online Course Design or Content Development.
ADDIE is a popular framework among the instructional designers and developers. It stands for Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. Many instructional design models and theories derived from this framework. Many critiques about its applicability also exist. In this article, I will focus on the E of ADDIE: Evaluation. Based on my experience in the … Continue reading ADDIE’s E