Guided design is an inquiry-based instructional method that encourages online students to familiarize themselves with resources available in their local communities. It is a method of instruction organized around a series of structured projects that students work through in small groups during class hours In guided design learners are tasked with solving open-ended problems. Guided design emphasizes independent research making it ideal for students in self-directed online degree programmes.
- Situation:design an educational experience which meets important students' needs
- Identify the problem
- State the goals
- Possible solutions
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