Read Chapter 9, Developing Instructional Materials, from Dick, Carey & Carey.
Due to the timeframe of this course, you will not be developing your instructional materials at
this time. However, you may have opportunities to complete work on your instructional design
project as you progress through the ITMA program;
If you've completed all of the steps up to this point, take a moment to stop and reflect on your progress. What remains is to develop (create) your instructional materials, try them out, make any necessary revisions, and then implement your instruction. At the end of the development process you should have a completed instructional package that includes your instructional materials, assessment instruments, and course management information.
In the development stage of instructional design, you select existing instructional materials,
develop your own instructional materials, or create specifications for someone else to develop
In this activity you will begin working on the development aspects of your ID project.
After reading Chapter 9 in the book, briefly answer the following items regarding the development of your instructional materials. Please answer each item separately:
This assignment should be produced using Microsoft Word. The title of this assignment is "Development & Formative Evaluation". Beneath that, enter your name, email address, and the date. Save your assignment using the filename "development". You will continue to work on Lesson 12-Formative Evaluation and append it to this assignment, so do not submit it in until then.