Please add three items to the timeline which have significantly impacted IDT in your particular professional discipline or IDT in general. However, you are not going to just list the items, you should provide supporting documentation such as web links, videos, mp3s, etc.
Created by drmrtillman on Nov 24, 2010
Last updated: 12/04/10 at 12:36 AM
An example of a video tutorial designed to help the user learn to use a computer program. Video equipment and personal computers provided a new avenue to deliver education relatively inexpensively.
"The term Web 2.0 is commonly associated with web applications that facilitate interactive information sharing, interoperability, user-centered design, and collaboration on the World Wide Web. " This description from the Wikipedia pretty much summarized the definition of what it is this based on my experience the most fantastic tool design for instruction in Education and Communication in our global community. I use Web 2.0 websites to prapare lesson plans and interactive activities with students and we can share them with parents and other members of the school community. It is a great tool! Have you used Facebook, Wikispaces, download videos, upload favorite pictures and share them with your friends and families. The same it is done among students in classes. Students create games and educational videos and share them with each others. Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0
Since the development of the Internet and the capability to interactive web software and applications as It gained public access in the 1990s, as it is mentioned in Wikipedia, education has been empowered with available resources to be used for instructional design purposes. This advanced in the technology for media has critically affected the method of teaching and implementing constructivism to the teaching and learning. I am embedding a video from YouTube posted by the USAF. Reiser R. & Dempsey, R. A. (2011). Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (Second Edition ed.). New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Merrill.
The Electric Company used skits, songs, cartoons, etc. to teach phonics and grammar to 7-10 year old children (IMDb, 2010).
First publication of, The Conditions of Learning. This book described the five learning outcomes and they are: Intellectual skills, psychomotor skills, verbal information, cognitive strategies, and attitudes.
Soviet Union launched the Sputnik spacecraft. Feeling the pressure, and amazed by the success the United States began pouring money into science and math instructional materials. Often written by subject matter experts, many were unable to understand what should be done. It was later discovered by Michael Scriven that material needs to be reviewed in draft form before learners receive the final copy.
This is an educational film produced by Coronet Instructional Films and the University of Oklahoma that discusses teenage popularity. Coronet Instructional Films were shown in American schools.
Ralph Tyler indicated that these tests could be used to evaluate a set of behaviors as they relate to other individuals. However, Glaser was the first to use the term criterion-referenced testing. They could be used to evaluate student entry-level behavior and the extent an instructional program was designed to teach.
The turn of the XX century brought an incredible technological advances to the world communication. After the World War I, the United States release the control over the radio and the development of the technology to the public. Although the great achievement in the development of the radio broadcasting, and the predictions of the radio becoming a instructional potential in education, according to Reiser and Dempsey, in their book: Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology(2nd. ed.) didn't have the impact that people had expected.