Instructional Design for Online Learning


In today’s world, the position of ‘instructional designer’ has come to represent a wide array of job tasks and responsibilities.

Most often, instructional designers interview SMEs, write instructional content, create storyboards, and then develop the storyboards into interactive eLearning experiences. They may also develop job aids, facilitator guides, slide decks, and other learning deliverables.

This course covers the methodology, skills, and techniques necessary for developing effective eLearning solutions. This course provides the foundation for instructional development.



After completing the three-day design training, the learner will be able to:

  • Analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate their own eLearning courses
  • Design interactivity, games, and simulations for E-Learning
  • Develop the right curriculum and content according to the needs of the organization
  • Discover various application tools to support online learning
  • Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and creativity related to E-Learning instructional design



Durations = 8 sessions of training. Approximately 90 minutes / Session

  • 3 days for full day (8.00 – 17.00), or
  • 6 days for half day (18.30 – 21.30), separated into 2 weeks (3 days per week)

Target participants

  • Instructional designers at any level and of any professional experience
  • Human resources professional designing professional development training programs for employees
  • Curriculum developers
  • HR practitioners



DAY 01

DAY 02

DAY 03

Introduction to Instructional Design & Online Learning Methods


  • Why Online Learning?
  • Online Learning & Blended Learning
  • Advantages & disadvantages of E-Learning
Needs analysis and data collection methods


  • Audience analysis
  • Performance gap analysis
  • Task analysis
  • Data collection methods and techniques
Interactivity in E-Learning courses

  • Different types of eLearning interactions
  • The four levels of interactivity
  • Linear and non-linear navigation
Instructional Design Models & Theory


  • Seels & Glasgow ISD Model
  • Dick & Carey Systems Approach Model
  • Rapid ISD Model
Chunking the material

  • Content objectives
  • 5W1H implementation
  • How to design your content
Simulations and games

  • Difference between games and simulations
  • Types of learning games
  • Elements and structure of learning games
  • Creating a story for the learning game
  • Games as assessments and storytelling and scenario-based learning
  • How to choose the right game for your eLearning course
Instructional Design Models & Theory

  • SAM Model
  • Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction
  • Kirkpatrick’s Model of Evaluation
  • Mayer’s Principles of Multimedia Learning
Designing the learning experience


  • Robert Gagné and his levels of learning
  • The nine events of instruction and some of the presentation methods that can be used for each event.
Variety of learning simulations and games


  • Online Games: Kahoot and Padlet
  • Mentimeter
  • Video Creator: Quick Time,
  • Business Case
Learning objectives and Instructional Alignment

  • Writing learning objectives
  • Measurable action verbs from Bloom’s taxonomy
Developing digital content

  • Develop: Create your video script
  • Develop: How to create a micro-lecture
  • Develop: How to create an interactive video
  • Develop: How to create a quiz in blended learning
Discussion & Workshop


Price: Rp 2,500,000/ Participant

  • Early Bird Discount 15% off
  • BINUSIAN Disc 15%
JULY Wednesday, 27 July 2022

Thursday, 28 July 2022

Friday, 29 July 2022

SEPTEMBER Monday, 26 September 2022

Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Wednesday, 28 September 2022

NOVEMBER Monday, 28 November 2022

Tuesday, 29 November 2022

Wednesday, 30 November 2022


(Hands-on professionals with strong academic backgrounds)

Tengku Mohd. Khairal Abdullah MBA., Ph.D.

Professional Experience

  • 2013 – Now BINUS Business School – Head of Program – MM Online
  • 2011 – 2013 Kolej Universiti Insaniyah – Deputy Dean of Postgraduate

Educational Background

  • 2011 Universiti Utara Malaysia – Doctor of Philosophy in Strategic Management (Corporate Restructuring Strategy)
  • 1998 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – Master in Business Administration (MBA) in Finance
  • 1995 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia – Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) in International Business

(Hands-on professionals with strong academic backgrounds)

Dr Anita Maharani

Professional Experience

  • 2017- now Subject Content Coordinator at Binus Business School
  • Nov 2013 – Nov 2016  Dept. Head at Department of Management Universitas Paramadina

Educational Background

  • Bogor Agricultural University, Doctoral Program
  • Gadjah Mada University, Master’s degree, Business/Commerce, General