Personal Tales of Instructional Design from the Facilitator’s Perspective
Graduate students in adult education and training share the reflective process of instructors/trainers asked to remove their facilitator hats and don an instructional designer hat. Many do not know what this hat looks like. The goal is to develop their own reflective process of ID that fits their field. The students create their own visual of the instructional design process to tell their story. These stories come from a broad range of professional fields.
KeywordsAdult education Instructional design Reflective process Graduate students
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