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Compactness, connectedness, separation axioms. A personal computer and/or tablet computer. For example, Pan Balance – Numbers is a manipulative that is based on the balance pans that are used with younger children to demonstrate the concept of equality. From the first four criteria, Edmonds et al. (1994:65-66) then combine some interesting types of design models: Expert / System-Based is characterized by expert instructional designers who have the expertise to use complex system models that operate on a variety of levels. [...] Novice / System-Based represents models that are system based and are used by novice instructional designers, for example Dick and Carey's (1990) model. [...] Expert / Soft-System-Based is an instructional design model that relies on expert instructional designers to make decisions and to use models which rely on their experience to guide the design. [...] Novice / Soft-System-Based is an instructional design model that is meant for novice instructional designers who have knowledge and expertise in a specific context such as teachers. [...] Expert / Intuitive-Based is an instructional design model that relies on expert instructional designers to make decisions and to use intuitive models that rely on heuristics, past experience, knowledge and intuition to guide the design. [...] Novice / Intuitive-Based is a category in which few, if any, instructional design models are placed. [...] Boot (2005:26) argues that “ production-related information is typically embedded in three types of building blocks for the production process: (a) design documents as input, (b) programming structures as throughput, and (c) learning materials as output.” Boot et al. 3D model includes three major dimensions: There exist a variety of tools.

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Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997 edition (October 4, 2013)

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