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How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes

Aquademia, 2021, 5(1), ep21006, https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
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ABSTRACT

Amid the continuing risks posed by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, teachers are in a state of a predicament as schools have reopened. A problem that has been often raised is how to plan the lessons in the context of ‘new normal’ education. The answer lies in some extant instructional design processes which may have not only been given purposeful attention since the past up to the recent scholarly discussions. Thus, this article reintroduces these selected instructional design processes that may assist the teachers in planning their lessons in the new normal education. The researcher discusses unpacking the curriculum standards, designing the events of instruction, selecting instructional materials, and using constructive alignment. These selected instructional design processes are expected to bring about better responses, thus improve the current work of the teachers in the field amid the tough period.

KEYWORDS

instructional design curriculum development education new normal COVID-19

CITATION (APA)

Cahapay, M. B. (2021). How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes. Aquademia, 5(1), ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
Harvard
Cahapay, M. B. (2021). How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes. Aquademia, 5(1), ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
Vancouver
Cahapay MB. How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes. AQUADEMIA. 2021;5(1):ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
AMA
Cahapay MB. How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes. AQUADEMIA. 2021;5(1), ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
Chicago
Cahapay, Michael Bobias. "How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes". Aquademia 2021 5 no. 1 (2021): ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807
MLA
Cahapay, Michael Bobias "How to Plan Lessons in the New Normal Education: A Reintroduction to Selected Instructional Design Processes". Aquademia, vol. 5, no. 1, 2021, ep21006. https://doi.org/10.21601/aquademia/10807

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