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“Instructional designers who have a solid understanding of how people learn can articulate the basics of various psychological perspectives that describe different approaches to how people learn. This ability allows them to use this knowledge to create instructional interventions that meet the goals of their clients” (Brown & Green, 2016, p 36).
In your reflection, with practical examples share why it is important for instructional designers to understand different perspectives on how people think. Consider the various approaches to learning and different content areas as you compose your reflection.++
1. Brown, A. H. & Green, T. D. (2016). The essentials of instructional design: Connecting fundamental principles with process and practice. Routeldge. https://ikhsanaira.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/the-essential-of-instructional-design.pdf
Complete the reading pp 3-86 (Parts I & II)
Chapters 1 and 2 provide background information that you will find useful as you begin your study of instructional design. Chapter 1 is an overview of the history, traditions, and current state of the discipline of instructional design. Chapter 2 describes how people think and learn. This chapter introduces and reviews cognition and the basic cognitive functions as well as the most popular description of what learning is and how it occurs.
Chapters 3, 4, and 5 describe the instructional design processes that help to answer the question, What type of intervention is needed? Chapter 3 introduces the principles, processes, and practices of needs analysis, which helps determine what kind of change the instruction should help to bring about. Chapter 4 introduces task analysis, which is a way of understanding the content and/or tasks that will form the basis for the instruction being developed. Chapter 5 explains learner analysis, which is a way of getting to know the people for whom the instruction is