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Using Four-component Instructional Design Model to Develop a Cross-disciplinary Course in History and Geography

Student: Ekaterina Stremilova

Supervisor: Elena Chernobay

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Pedagogy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This work includes an analysis of the Four-component Instructional Design Model of pedagogical design, an interdisciplinary course in history and geography developed on this model and the results of testing this course. One of the tasks of the work was to evaluate the possibility of applying the 4C / ID model to the development of a course in school, because the model was created for teaching students in colleges. It was also necessary to identify the features of the model that appeared during the testing, to determine the pros and cons of creating a pedagogical course using it. As a result of the work, were formulated conclusions about the effectiveness using the 4C/ID model in school education.

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