Program Overview





LT 716: Systematic Design of Instruction
Instructor: Dr. Versteeg
Spring 2011

Course Description:  Students will learn concepts and tools for applying systems theory to instructional design, including needs, instructional, learner, and context analyses, objectives, assessment, strategy, development, and evaluation.  Addresses client learning needs in various organizational settings:  business, industry, government, health care, education, and not-for-profit. USD will teach this course.


Final Project

Course Reflection: This course encouraged me to concentrate on the process required to design effective instructional materials.  By involving and communicating with all necessary individuals during the design, develop, and deliver stages, the end product will address the needs of everyone involved.  The information learned in this class will assist me in creating valuable technology in-service sessions.