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Online Submission, International Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications v4 n4 p134-144 Article 12 Oct 2013

In this study, to present an instructional model by considering the existing models of instructional design (ARCS, ADDIE, ASSURE, Dick and Carey, Seels and Glasgow, Smith and Ragan etc.) with the nature of technology-based education and to reveal analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation, and to revise levels with lower levels of the instructional design model were aimed. The ASSURE model is extremely learner centered. Unlike many design models, it was created using cognitive theories of learning as its foundation. The directions of Assure Model are characteristic features of learners, getting stated objectives and selecting the best media and materials for the instruction program. In this study, document analysis method were used. As a result, two example lesson plans given can be updated according to all grades and lessons. With the use of these example plans are expected to perform more effective learning. [This article was presented at the 2nd World Conference on Educational and Instructional Studies--WCEIS, 07-09 November, 2013, Antalya-Turkey.]

Descriptors: Technology Integration, Learner Controlled Instruction, Instructional Design, Models, Content Analysis, Lesson Plans, Classroom Techniques, Educational Policy, Media Selection, Student Participation, Program Descriptions, Foreign Countries, Grade 7, Grade 6

Author: Sezer, Baris; Karaoglan Yilmaz, Fatma Gizem; Yilmaz, Ramazan


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