Successful Instructional Design Models: Top ID Skills And Strategies For Newcomers

by eLearning Industry Inc.

How do you know which ID theories and methodologies are best for your L&D program? Which skills should you cultivate to streamline the development process and provide engaging eLearning experiences? This ultimate guide features the most successful instructional design models, as well as tips to hone relevant skills and fine tune your strategy.

Key Chapters

  1. Common Characteristics of Successful Instructional Design Models

    Add these characteristics to your selection criteria to find the best eLearning models today.

  2. Beyond ID Models: Crucial Instructional Design Skills to Cultivate

    Let's explore the essential skills every eLearning pro should develop and why.

  3. Essential Questions ALL Instructional Design Models Must Address

    This chapter covers the crucial questions to consider when choosing the right ID model.

  4. Stages of the Instructional Design Process EVERY ID Pro Should Know

    We walk you through every stage of the ID process from start to finish.

  5. Instructional Design Models for Learner-Centered Training Experiences

    Discover how to empower learners and build engagement with the right ID models and theories.

  6. Engage and Inspire: The How and Why of Motivational Instructional Design

    We wrap things up with the motivational instructional design basics and benefits.

Successful instructional design models are flexible, backed by pedagogical research, and learner-focused. They should also help your team create a solid framework and simplify the development process, without having to completely restructure their work practices. But how do you evaluate the benefits and drawbacks, as well as the critiques? You need a comprehensive overview of an eLearning model to ensure it aligns with your priorities and L&D talents.

Instructional design models are the foundation for eLearning success. But skills, strategies, and work practices help build the framework. This eBook offers insights to develop essential talents and dive into new development strategies.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.