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ISD From The Ground Up, 4th Edition by Chuck Hodell

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Objectives

To be a professional-level instructional designer, you must know how to write behavioral objectives. To be more precise, you must master every aspect of this process and feel comfortable working with objective domains, evaluation tasks, and the concept of performance agreement to be considered an ISD professional. While all aspects of this profession are important, there is something about this process that distinguishes the great designers from the rest of the pack. The reason for this is actually pretty simple: Properly written four-part objectives contain the major building blocks of ISD. From this seemingly simple foundation a designer builds a course, series of courses, academic majors, and even programs that lead to licensure ...

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