Instructional designers span a wide range of skills, duties, and titles, and although the field goes back generations, the infusion of technology has resulted in fundamental changes in instructional designer responsibilities, the tools available, and the models used.
Students benefit from working in groups and actively participating in class sessions. Given these benefits, there remains a major challenge in all of this: getting all students to participate in class discussions.
Adaptive learning systems can support changes in the role of faculty, enable innovative teaching practices, and incorporate a variety of content formats to support students according to their learning needs.
Educators have the opportunity to improve the student experience by incorporating contemporary culture and real life experiences into the core curriculum.
An excerpt of Simon Sinek interview on an episode of Inside Quest.