In the name of Allah the Merciful

Learner-Centered Instructional Design and Evaluation: Principles for Flexible, Ubiquitous, Agnostic Learning in Higher Education

Rasha AlOkaily, 1032328940, 1032328932, 9781032328935, 978-1032328935, 978-1-032-32893-5, 978-1-032-32894-2, 978-1032328942, 9781032328942, 978-1-003-31723-4, 9781003317234, 978-1003317234, B0BXRYDPYN

English | 2023 | PDF | 7 MB | 147 Pages

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Learner-Centered Instructional Design and Evaluation offers a forward-thinking, evidence-based vision of technology-enhanced higher education that taps into today’s digital access opportunities for more dynamic, agnostic, and inclusive learning experiences. The recent ubiquity of digital devices has fostered a new generation of learners who are technologically adept, engage in rapid social co-construction of knowledge, and expect increased choice and personalisation of educational content and environment. Colleges and universities, however, continue to apply their technology tools into outdated, passive pedagogies. Based on theory and empirical research, this book’s innovative framework guides scholars and practitioners toward instructional design and evaluation approaches that leverage the anytime-anywhere potential of wireless networked devices to foster flexible learning experiences and device-neutral assignments. Each chapter is rich with designs, deliveries, and evaluations of lesson plans, projects, and other real-world course works exemplifying the procedures and principles that will rejuvenate learning amid the globalisation, commodification, and massification of higher education.