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ID-8910 v1

Week 1 Required Resources

You will want to review all readings this week as they are foundational for the rest of the course. The course designer used Backward Design (Wiggins & McTighe), Kemp (Kemp, Morrison & Ross), and Layers of Necessity (Tessmer & Wedman) to design this course.  Most of the resources for this course were used in the design of this course or are frequently used by instructional design professionals. We are front-end loading information in Week 1 so that you can use your knowledge in Weeks 2-8. 

  • Dick and Carey Model:
    • Chaparro, R., Reaves, M., Jagger, C. B., & Bunch, J. C. (2023, April 17). Instructional design using the Dick and Carey systems approach
  • ASSURE Model:
    • Kim, D., & Downey, S. (2016). Examining the use of the ASSURE model by K–12 teachers. Computers in the Schools, 33(3), 153–168.
  • Kemp Model: (Chapter 1 only)
    • Morrison, G. R., Ross, S. M., Kemp, J. E., & Kalman, H. (n.d.). Designing effective instruction. Google Books.
  • Backward Design: (Chapter 1 only)
    • Wiggins, G. (2005). Understanding by design.
  • ADDIE:
    • Molenda, Michael. (2003). In search of the elusive ADDIE model. Performance Improvement. 42. 34-36.
  • Layers of Necessity Model:
    • Wedman, J., & Tessmer, M. (1990). A layers-of-necessity instructional development model.
  • Summerville ID Model:
    • Summerville, J., & Reid-Griffin, A. (2008). Technology integration and instructional design. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 52(5), 45–51.