Reflective Action Instructional Design (RAID): A Designer's Aid

Author: Luppicini, R.

Source: International Journal of Technology and Design Education, Volume 13, Number 1, 2003 , pp. 75-82(8)

Publisher: Springer

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Abstract:



In recent years instructional design (ID) models have been a major focus of debate within the design community. The issue of creativity in ID is one area that has given rise to controversy. In this paper I present a topology of design questions and explore their potential contribution as a tool to promote reflection and designer discourse. First, I identify a topology of reflective action instructional design (RAID) questions. Next, I explore RAID within a community of design graduate students and its influences on design practices in terms of utility, originality, social contribution, and interest. Finally, I discuss ways to encourage reflection and designer discourse in design practice.

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Concordia University, Department of Education, 1455 DE Maisonneuve Ouest, LB-579, H3G 1M8 Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Publication date: January 1, 2003

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