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4 Elements of an ID Strategy – An Infographic

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Instructional Design (ID) strategy is the high level approach, followed to teach a particular subject. To be more specific, it constitutes a set of events which are designed to support the internal processes of learning with the given resources and parameters. It is important to have an ID strategy for your eLearning course to achieve your learning goals.

You need to have clear learning objectives and set goals to formulate an effective design strategy. They are four key elements of an ID strategy. Let’s see more about them.

Given these components, how do you come up with an instructional strategy? The answer lies in understanding the types of strategies.

4 Elements of an ID Strategy – An Infographic
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