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This paper explains that, in the 1970s, the innovative educational theorist J.E. Kemp created a model of instructional design, which stressed the need for teachers to create a lesson plan tailored to the needs of individual learners. The author points out that, technologically, much has changed since the evolution of Kemp's model, such as the development of the Internet and the explosion of opportunities for online learning. The paper describes that the Internet can help teachers achieve Kemp's learning objectives in many ways. The author relates that, rather than having to worry about scheduling individual meetings to discuss course content and student objectives, students and teachers can be in constant one-on-one contact through message boards and chat rooms.
From the Paper:"Even in 1971, Kemp's stated purpose was to be innovative, and make the maximum use of technology his era afforded, such as films, television and audiovisual materials. This is why today the Jerrold Kemp Design Model's holistic approach to instructional design is ideally suited for web-based course instruction. Virtually every possible individual factor in the learning environment us taken into consideration when creating a lesson plan--there is no concept of a generic learner, rather every learner, and thus every class is unique."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Jerrold/Kemp Design Model. (1971) Design and Implementation Online Image. Retrieved 13 Jun 2006 at http://www.dean.usma.edu/math/activities/cape/Instructional_Models/jk_design_gif.htm
- Kemp, J. E., (1971). Instructional design: A plan for unit and course development. Belmont, CA: Lear Siegler, Inc./Fearon Publishers.
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Instructional Design (2007, May 03) Retrieved December 09, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/research-paper/instructional-design-94611/
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