The Dance of the Instructional Designer

Instructional design can variously be described as a
process, a science, an art, or as a relationship.
Instructional designers approach their work in many
different ways, and we modify these approaches to suit each
particular project and team.

This seminar is an opportunity to share and learn about
what dances we use to balance the art and science of
instructional design and build great relationships with
subject matter experts and other team members, while at the
same time ensuring that our work is aligned with our
pedagogical values.

To join the community go to: http://scope.lidc.sfu.ca/
The direct link to this seminar is: http://scope.lidc.sfu.ca/mod/forum/view.php?id=146

What is SCoPE? “SCoPE, supported by the Learning and
Instructional Development Centre at Simon Fraser
University, brings together individuals who share an
interest in education research and practice, and offers
opportunities for dialogue across disciplines, geographical
borders, professions, levels of expertise, and education
sectors.”

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