Instructional Design Models – What Are They and Why Use Them?

The phrase ‘Instructional Design Models’ sounds complex but it’s really just a way to refer to the tools that course authors will use to develop an e-Learning course.

It’s not a new concept either: Classical Conditioning, by Ivan Pavlov, was developed in 1903. Since that time, there have been new iterations of instructional design models developed in conjunction with changing perceptions in psycho-social studies and with the advent of modern technologies.

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