Instructional design in architectural graphic expresion
In this paper we search criteria used, and how to improve them, in the instructional design oriented to graphic expression subjects in technical careers. For this, two cases are studied known by the author, in the first and third course level. The characteristics of these courses are set and framed within a theoretical context to be studied, all behaviorist, cognitivist and constructivist linked to quasi connectivist theoretical criteria in a collaborative, reflexive and supported use of ICT. This design is basically ADDIE, with a clear focus on the student tasks and studie of cases, and looking for a quality learning that is achieved not only with the adaptation of traditional teaching to new media. This analysis shows that the methodologies used are well suited to new theoretical approaches and their adaptation to new technologies, backed by good academic results of several years of implementation of the current syllabus.