Applying Software Design Methodology To Instructional Design
Computer Science Education
The premise of this paper is that computer science has much to offer the endeavor of instructional improvement. Software design processes employed in computer science for developing software can be used for planning instruction and should improve instruction in much the same manner that design processes appear to have improved software. Techniques for examining the software development process can be applied to an examination of the instructional process. Furthermore, the computer science discipline is particularly well suited to these tasks. Thus, computer science can develop instructional design expertise for export to other disciplines to improve education in all disciplines and, eventually, at all levels. © 2004, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Department of Computer Science
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Philip East, J., "Applying Software Design Methodology To Instructional Design" (2004). Faculty Publications. 3162.