REVIEW: Instructional Design For Teachers: Improving Classroom Practice


Reviewed by Yavuz AKBULUT


ABSTRACT
The key to successful learning in most formal instructional settings is effective instructional design (ID). Instructional design for teachers serves as an organized source of directions, which can help classroom teachers to integrate available resources to improve students’ acquisition of the instructional goals. The book is consisted of 151 pages (+xvii) covering eight chapters which address a commonsense model of instructional design to guide K-12 teachers during their unique instructional settings, and during their adaptation from a behavioral approach to a more student-centered approach.

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