Chapter EightOrganizing Instructional Programs and/or Products

This chapter addresses the instructional designer's skills and abilities in organizing instructional programs and/or products. As Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser (2013) explain, this competency requires instructional designers to “organize instructional programs and/or products to be designed, developed, and evaluated (essential).” Instructional designers should (a) “determine the overall scope of instructional programs and/or products (advanced); (b) identify and sequence instructional goals (essential); and (c) specify and sequence the anticipated learning and performance outcomes (essential).” This chapter addresses these issues.

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