instructional design, studio instruction
Instructional design is practiced in a real-world setting; it should be learned in a setting like the one where it is practiced. As the practices themselves change, it becomes more natural for this to happen. This study of one design instructor’s experience over nearly 50 years demonstrates a path of evolution out of teaching design in a standard classroom, in which practice is secondary to didactics, into a studio setting, where didactics tend to occur after the student has experienced a need.
Original Publication Citation
In modified form in E. Boling, R. A. Schwier, K. Campbell, K. M. Smith, and C. Gray (Eds.), Studio Teaching in Higher Education: Selected Design Cases. New York: Routledge.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gibbons, Andrew S. III, "Evolving Into Studio" (2016). All Faculty Publications. 2967.
In modified form by Routledge
David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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