Implementation and instructional design
instructional design; implementation
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce considerations that need to be made during the implementation phase of the instructional design process. To organize our discussion we rely on the five stages of introducing a new design as described by Everett M. Rogers (2003). Additionally, it is imperative that instructional designers (or other change agents like teachers or stakeholders) are aware of how people typically use products or services as they are being implemented. So we also describe how adopters of new products or services commonly move through Rogers’s stages.
Original Publication Citation
Eichler, B., and McDonald, J.K. (2021). Implementation and instructional design. In McDonald, J. K., & West, R. E. (Eds.), Design for learning: Principles, processes, and praxis. EdTech Books. Retrieved from https://edtechbooks.org/id/implementation_and_i
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Eichler, Brittany and McDonald, Jason K., "Implementation and instructional design" (2021). Faculty Publications. 5214.
David O. McKay School of Education
Instructional Psychology and Technology
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