Using Storyboards in Online Course Design by Virgil Varvel
- Why Use Storyboards
- Creating Storyboards
- Putting Storyboards into Practice
- Simplified Storyboard Template
- Example Storyboards
Models and Theories (outside links)
Instructional Design Models eLearningIndustry.com Various models of instructional design
Instructional Design Resources Tools, Templates, Jobs, and ID information
Helping others make their courses great
Just-in-Time Teaching University of Illinois, JIT teaching involves students in the learning process through a two-step series of learning activities. In the first step, students complete a focused set of activities outside of class (usually via interactive Web documents) and submit their work to the instructor. In the second step, the instructor (often just hours before the next lecture) collects the students’ responses and identifies areas of understanding and misunderstanding to adjust the next lesson so that students can receive specific “just-in-time” feedback on those particular areas.
Developing Course Objectives for Chemistry, Illinois Online Network, Developing course objectives in specific fields
As new innovations and findings occur, educational materials need to be revised and adapted to accommodate these changes.
Discusses reasons for objectives, components of an objective, kinds of objectives, and building of objectives