Instructional design taking roots from globalization toward institutionalization

Yılmaz, Ali
Kiraz, Ercan
Generally most of the instructional design (ID) models describe the process for the design and development of instruction as graphical representations of the teaching process. Even though there are many types of ID models, only a few distinctions exist among them. Most of the designers attempted to implement new models onto earlier versions, and, therefore, a vast number of ID models bear a resemblance to each other. Since new learning and emerging instructional theories, technologies, and better comprehension of the human mind are exposed, the improvement of ID models toward better ones becomes crucial. Hence, new instructional design models come into sight due to these constant changes. It is necessary to expand appropriate instructional design models to unravel the troubles of teaching, learning and/or training system.

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A. Yılmaz and E. Kiraz, “Instructional design taking roots from globalization toward institutionalization,” 2009, vol. 1, p. 2653, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: