The Backwards Design Model and VR

The Backwards Model of Instructional Design is a method of creating lessons, courses, and instruction but identifying the outcome first, determining how students will demonstrate understanding, and then working backwards to plan lessons and activities. It allows teachers to see the bigger picture and helps to drive instruction. When you know the desired outcome, you can focus lessons on the skills that are necessary to meet this goal or outcome. Below is an infographic that demonstrates this design.
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