[art] Learning by Design, July 27, 2003


I believe that there is great value in experimenting with what it means to practice Instructional Design. Currently, I think our practice is too heavily influenced by economics and the demands of business and production. I also feel it has been dominated by our need/desire to find some standard principles of learning that we can rely on to produce satisfactory learning outcomes. Now, I feel that we need to explore beyond these constraints to find new ways of doing things. Only then will we move on as an industry. I suggest that one way of doing this is to look to the other design disciplines and see what we can learn. " (leer más...)