Month: January 2016

INSTRUCTION DESIGN

The concept of Instruction Design or “the practice of creating instructions” was created during World War 2 when a large number of psychologists and educationalists were summoned to develop training materials and to apply their knowledge of evaluation. A considerable amount of training materials for the military were developed based on the principles of instruction, learning, and human behaviour. During mid 1950-1960’s, the programmed instructional design movement was started by B.F.Skinner, Bloomberg Benjamin, Robert F. Mager. They introduced the concept of instruction materials, leading to ...
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