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The Kemp and ASSURE Models of Instructional Design
EDTC 6321.02

Group 2

 

CLASS PRESENTATION THIS WEDNESDAY the 4th of December.

 

I. Introduction - Brook 

II. The Kemp Model -Laura

III. The ASSURE Model - Betsy

IV. Compare and Contrast - Victoria

V. Conclusion - Jose

 

 

Team Members

       
 Laura Hayward  D. Brook Park   Jose Torres  Victoria Vasquez-Gonzalez  Betsabe Vela 

 

Abstract:

 

The purpose of this cooperative project is to compare and contrast the Kemp and the ASSURE Models of instructional Design. The Kemp Model is visually depicted with multiple ovals that demonstrate its nonlinear design process. While the ASSURE Model follows a set path of six steps that are progressive. The models both address common questions, which include who, and what do the learners know, where will the learning and actual performances take place, and what is the best delivery system to get the content to the learners.

 

References

 

Culatta, Richard (2011). Instructional design. Retrieved from http://www.instructionaldesign.org/


Hanley, Michael (2009). E-learning curve at Edublogs. Retrieved from http://elearningcurve.edublogs.org/2009/06/10/discovering-instructional-design-11-the-kemp-model/

 

Comments (5)

Victoria Vasquez-Gonzalez said

at 4:13 pm on Oct 6, 2013

Did we set a date/time to meet again?

David Park said

at 4:22 pm on Oct 6, 2013

Not yet, our class calendar has it starting on Oct 16 and ending on Nov 20.

I'm down for meeting sometime this next weekend.

Brook

lhayward said

at 7:04 pm on Oct 20, 2013

Maybe I was left off the email replies, but I thought we were meeting this Sunday at 7:00 pm?

David Park said

at 6:45 pm on Oct 23, 2013

Next meeting the week of November 6th.

We can all start putting our research and resources on our Wiki:)

I. Abstract
II. The KEMP Model
III. The ASSURE Model
IV. Compare and Contrast
V. Conclusion

Betsy Vela said

at 7:35 pm on Oct 23, 2013

Victoria confirmed she will do the Compare/Contrast

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