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Instructional Design
Chunking is the process of breaking down the course content into smaller, more manageable pieces. It is especially important for online courses where there is no teacher to guide students, that the content be organized in a consistent and functional manner through chunking.
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The relationship between the subject matter expert (SME) and the ID is a delicate one. It rests on the balance of respect and trust. Each party must respect each other and their field of knowledge. Likewise, each must trust each other that their common goal is the same – to create the best online course possible. Ultimately, when used properly, the combination of the SME and the ID can produce a masterpiece!
Instructional Design
For both seasoned professionals and absolute beginners, developing and delivering an online course can sometimes be a daunting task. The following strategies are ways in which thoughtful and calculated design and delivery can be achieved.
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