MORRISON, ROSS, & KEMP MODEL
The Instructional Designer’s Job Aids have been developed for user ease and according to the Morrison, Ross and Kemp (MRK) model for instructional design (5th edition). The job aids serve to guide the instructional designer to develop training that will not only shorten training time but will also improve performance. The complete MRK ID model contains nine elements; all nine steps or elements are briefly described.
The ID plan is presented as a step-by-step approach; it is possible however, that a designer may start the process anywhere on the continuum. It is also likely, that the designer will revisit some of the steps during the design process in order to ‘tweak’ the instruction. Each job aid is intended to provide the basic information and prompts for an experienced instructional designer. New designers may prefer to use or refer to the full MRK text.