As discussed in the articles about instructional designs, it makes wonder what is the best one to implement? Over the course of our program we discussed about Game-Based Learning, TPACK, Project-Based Learning, Problem-Based Learning, and SITE Instructional Model. Everyone one these instructional designs have great aspects to them, however, at times it feels overwhelming due to the fact that there are so many. Moreover, as a professional, you want the best design model for your students, and prepare them for the 21st century. I clearly believe that is important to have a clear objective in mind because it creates a road map as to what your finish product will be at the end. That being said, I believe that Pebble-in-the-pond follows my philosophy. According to Merrill (2002) the pebble is to specify a typical problem that represents the whole task that the student will be able to do following the instruction (p.41). As mentioned, it is just as important for the student to understand what our overall intentions are because it helps create a positive learning environment.
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