A “Periodic Table of Instructional Design”

An enterprising instructional designer developed a visual representation of specific activities during the instructional design process that is inspired by the Periodic Table of Elements used in chemistry.

The table assumes that ADDIE is the basis of instructional design.  Within each of the activities of ADDIE, the author of the table identifies a significant number of activities that instructional designers perform.

A great example of both an infographic and ingenuity.

View the table at http://check-n-click.com/periodic-table-of-instructional-design/.


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