This competency introduces several important instructional design models and discusses their benefits and limitations. Like learning theories, instructional design models help learning architects recognize and implement effective learning frameworks and strategies. In addition, this competency covers backward design and universal design for learning (UDL) principles and explains how they can be integrated with instructional design models.
This course is also available in the Learning Theories & Design Models Track.
You will have six months to complete this competency and can review the materials at any time during this period. If you wish to access these resources after the six months, you will need to re-enroll.
Upon completion of this competency you will be able to:
- Order the steps of common instructional design models.
- Identify cases of backward design integrated with design models and determine whether backward design is appropriately employed.
- Evaluate the use of universal design for learning (UDL) in instructional materials.