Foundations of Instructional Design – a metaphorical postcard journey

This presentation was created for a reading review assignment as part of my ET503 Instructional Design course. It is a groovy little exercise that encourages you to think and summarise what you’ve read in a fun and creative way. I was surprised at how much I had retained after a single reading of the theory and even more so now that I have completed this activity.  Perhaps it could be a good one for your classroom? Here’s the brief. And here is the presentation link in case the embedded one below fails to load in your browser.

ID Postcard presentation

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