1. Checklist for planning courses or lessons.

It proposes many ‘points of attention’ to be taken into account when planning. But it can also be useful for evaluating the level of sophistication of the didactic choices made.

It is taken from R.R. Richey, J.D. Klein and M.W. Tracey THE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN KNOWLEDEGE BASE, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, New York and London, 2010

2. Control technology for didactic action (2000)

Conceptual devices to regulate and channel the action of the teacher, the trainer, the course editor along an established design direction or to verify its implementation.