In the third “Learning in 3D” class, we spent a great deal of time discussing how to develop instruction for use in a 3D environment.
We discussed how applying the ADDIE model to the design of 3D instruction makes sense from doing an Analysis of the content and context in which the learning is going to occur to the need to Design the learning environment and the interactions that occur within the 3D world.
Additionally, within the class, we discussed the different learning archetypes and how they could be used to design a 3D learning environment. The slide show below gives examples of the different archetypes.
So one question to consider this week:
When examining all of the learning archetypes and the way in which ADDIE can be used to design 3D learning environments, what do you think is the single most important difference between designing instruction for a traditional 2D e-learning module and designing for a 3D learning experience?