Philosophy of Design Education The Department of Teaching and Learning uses the competencies endorsed by the International Board of Standards Training, Performance, and Instruction (Richey, Fields and Foxon 2001) to focus our Instructional Design program objectives. At their broadest level, the standards recommend that an instructional designer be able to implement and manage the development of instructional materials within one of four specializations: analyst, evaluator, e-learning specialist, or project manager. The majority of our students identify themselves as teachers in the traditional sense: think classrooms with desks and a chalkboard. Analysis and evaluation are intrinsic to students' lives as…
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