The research aims to redesign and develop the Imagineering MOOC Instructional Design model (I-MOOC ID model) to enhance creative thinking and creative health media innovation. The exploratory sequential design mixed-method research method was used, and it was
divided into three phases: (1) investigation and synthesis of the composition of the I-MOOC ID model based on qualitative research methods by using scoping reviews; (2) redesign and validation of the I-MOOC ID model based on quantitative research methods through measurement of items with the Content Validity Index (CVI); and (3) assessment of the suitability of the I-MOOC ID model based on quantitative research methods. The findings indicate that:
(1) The I-MOOC ID model is composed of five compositions: 1) educational stakeholders; 2) the Imagineering learning experience cycle, which consists of nine steps: inspire, imagine, design, develop, present, publish, improve, evaluate, and reflect; 3) the MOOC learning platform;
4) the course syllabus; and 5) authentic assessment; (2) The I-MOOC ID model has five main processes and 16 sub-processes; and (3) The experts agreed with the overall model in terms of the instructional design based on integrating technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) in the digital age to develop learners’ learning outcomes and rated the suitability of the model as most suitable, with a combined mean of 4.72. The standard deviation was 0.47.
Imagineering, MOOC, Instructional Design model, creative thinking, creative health media innovation
Nittayathammakul, V., Rattanasak, S., Wannapiroon, P., Nilsook, P., Arora, R., Thararattanasuwan, K. (2023). Imagineering MOOC Instructional Design Model to Enhance Creative Thinking and Creative Health Media Innovation. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 18(19), pp. 84–102. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v18i19.38129