Designing of instruction in fulfilling the needs of the 21st-century learning is becoming more challenging to teachers. The transformation of ID model is required in redesigning, reconstructing and reengineering academic directions in visualizing the current education landscape towards preparing learners to the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0) and Society 5.0
Collaborative Instructional Design System (CIDS)
The Collaborative Instructional Design System (CIDS), comprises The Integral ASIE Instructional Design Model, and special features on the Professional Learning Community (PLC).
It is a constructive process in designing the instructions, which provides practitioners in education a valuable tool and perspective, to enhance the quality of instructions and training as well in fulfilling the 21st-century learning requirements for all learners regardless of their capabilities.
Thus, comply with The Sustainable Development Goal 4 –Education 2030 Agenda (UNESCO) – ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
You may read or download materials from the user manual for its application procedures or read and review the full description of CIDS through A Handbook of CIDS.
The New ASIE Model version 5.0
The latest version 5.0 has additional features that enhanced the creation of instructional planning at the micro level to form several lesson plans as well as the creation of Professional Learning Community (PLC).
The ASIE Model developed emphasizes on learning (learner-centered approach) rather than solely instructional delivery in establishing a more “active and innovative “learning environment.
The model is flexible where it allows customization of items by users, user-friendly and interactive. The model will be a value added to the present practices in instructional designing.
It will be able to address the current education landscape at improving the dynamics of the teaching and learning process in establishing a globally competitive learner that meets the future employability requirements.
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Email to our support team for further information: CIDS@support team