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Title: Application of an instructional systems design approach by teachers in higher education: individual versus team design
Authors: Hoogveld, Bert
Paas, Fred
Jochems, Wim
Keywords: collaborative design
instructional systems design approach
competency-based learning
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Pergamon
Abstract: Curricular changes in higher vocational education have rendered teachers' instructional design activities increasingly important. Using a repertory grid technique, this paper sets out to analyse current design activities of ten teacher trainers. Their actual approach is compared with an instructional systems design (ISD) approach and related to innovative teacher roles. Teachers’ activities show an imbalance in two ID phases, that is problem analysis and evaluation. The results suggest that they attempt to translate curricular goals directly into concrete lessons and they pay relatively little attention to evaluation. In line with this finding, they underrate the two innovative teacher roles of the “diagnostician” and the “evaluator”. It is argued that imbalanced or incomplete design approaches and perceived roles may hinder innovation in education. Implications for the support of teachers’ design activities are discussed.
Description: Hoogveld, A. W. M., Paas, F., & Jochems, W. M. G. (2003). Application of an instructional systems design approach by teachers in higher education: individual versus team design. Teaching and Teacher Education, 19, 581-590.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2561
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