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By CSUF MSIDT Scholar Bill Bennett

Bill Bennett

Bill Bennett

  • Instructional Technologist
    Associate Professor
  • Mt. San Jacinto College
  • Menifee, CA 92584

  • Education:
  • B.S. Vocational Ed., CSUSB
  • M.A. Career & Technology Education (CTE) - Coordination & Supervision, CSUSB
  • M.S. Instructional Design & Technology (IDT), CSUF

  • Professional Certifications:

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YouTube Channel (Bill Bennett)

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YouTube Channel (Bennett Ranch)

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Baby Hawks

Coitus Interuptus

Meow Meow Meow Meow


Bee In Flower

The Mr. Phil Show

Eddie Sghetti





Bennett Ranch's Hot & Sassy


Bennett's Majestic Testa rosa

Bennett's Tijuana Taxi

Bennett's Pretty in Paisley

Dottie Goes to the Dentist

Bennett's Reina Rojo

J. R. the Emu

Bennett's Joe Cool

Birth of the Black Pearl

Comcast Interview

MSJC BTC Preview

My World

My World II

Floral & Fruitful

Skies Over Woodcrest

Beard Shaving Dad

RHB Tribute

Perfect Pizza Commercial

Riverside Sings Competition

Video Place

John Sweller Cognitive Load

The Machine is Us/ing Us

A Day Made of Glass 2

Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)

Death By Bikini

"I Want To Kill You"

Route 66 by the Juice Weasles

Lovely Rita [Cover]

Making of Lovely Rita

Eleanor Rigby

Decimal To Binary Conversion


Numbering Systems

Dreamweaver Smart Objects

Creating a C# Sharp Console Project On Visual Studio for Mac Community

CSIS 111B Assignment 2 Hello Input Input

CSIS 111B Creating a C# Console Project in Visual Studio

CSIS 111B Binary Encoding

CSIS 111B Assignment 5 Hello (Input) (Input)

CSIS 111B Lesson 5 Data Types

CSIS 111B Midterm Assignment

CSIS 111B Lesson 7 Sorting Algorithms

CSIS 111B Creating a C# Console Project in Visual Studio

CSIS 111B Lesson 8 Repetition Structures

CSIS 111B Assignment 9 Decision Structures

CSIS 111B Binary Encoding

CSIS 111B Lesson 9 Decision Structures

CSIS 111B Lesson 10 Modular Programming

CSIS 111B Lesson 11 File I O

CSIS 111B Lesson 12 Exception Handling

CSIS 113B Lecture 3 - Decision Structures (Part 1)

CSIS 113B Demo

CSIS 113B Welcome

CSIS 113B Lecture 1 - Introduction to Java Programming

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 1

CSIS 113B Lecture 2 - Java Data Types (Updated)

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 2A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 2B

CSIS 113B Lecture 3

CSIS 113B Lecture 3A - Decisions (part 1)

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 3A

CSIS 113B Lecture 3B - Decisions (part 2)

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 3B

CSIS 113B Lecture 4A - Repetition Structures (part 1)

CSIS 113B Lecture 4 - Decision Structures (part 2)

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 4

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 5

CSIS 113B Lecture 5 - Iteration (part 1)

CSIS 113B Lecture 6 - Iteration (part 2)

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 6A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 6B

CSIS 113B Lecture 7

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 7A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 7B

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 7C

CSIS 113B Lecture 8

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 8A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 8B

CSIS 113B Lecture 9

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 9A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 9B

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 9C

CSIS 113B Lecture 10

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 10A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 10B

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 10C

CSIS 113B Lecture 11

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 11A

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 11B

CSIS 113B Guided Practice 11C

CSIS 115A How To Complete Prep Assignment

Fundamental Concepts of the World Wide Web

The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)

HTML Introduction

Introduction to HTML

CSIS 115A Review Assignment 1 (RA1)

CSIS 115A Review Assignment 2 (RA2)

CSIS 115A Review Assignment 3 (RA3)

CSIS 115A Review Assignment 4 (RA4)

CSIS 117D Chapter 1 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS 117D Lesson 1 Publishing

CSIS 117D Lesson 2 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS117D Lesson 4 End of Chapter Excercise

CSIS 117D Chapter 5 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS 117D Chapter 6 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS 117D Chapter 7 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS 117D Chapter 8 End of Chapter Exercise

CSIS 119A Lesson 8

Collision Versus Broadcast Domains

CSIS 202 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

CSIS 202 Chapter 1: The Data Communications Industry

CSIS 202 Chapter 2: Data Communications Concepts

CSIS 202 Chapter 3: Basic Data Communication Technology

CSIS 202 Chapter 4: Local Area Networks

CSIS 202 Chapter 5: Voice Communication Concepts and Technology

CSIS 202 Chapter 6: Wide Area Networking Concepts Architectures & Services

CSIS 202 Chapter 7: Local Area Network Communications Protocols

CSIS 202 Chapter 8: Advanced TCP/IP Network Design

CSIS 202 Chapter 9: Local Area Network Operating Systems and Remote Access

IP Address/Subnet Mask Relationship

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 1)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 10)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 11)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 12)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 5)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 6)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 7)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 8)

CSIS 202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 9)

CSIS202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 2)

CSIS202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 3)

CSIS202 Chapter 11 - Network Management (part 4)

Network Management Part 1

Local Area Networks

CSIS 525 Review Assignment 10

CSIS 525 Review Assignment 11

CSIS 525 Review Assignment 12

CSIS 525 Review Assignment 13

Technology to Support Learning

Buffalo Annie

Miller/Davidson Theory

Batman and Robin 8mm

Floating Leaf



Class Assignments

IDT 550: Practicum
IDT 597: Project

Learning Objects Archive

Instructional Design Models

Instructional Design Models provide a framework for instructional designers to follow during the development of instructional tutors, tools, and materials.

ADDIE – Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation is one of the most popular instructional design models in use today. This is due in part to the broad universal nature of its framework. Below is a video that explains the basic concepts of the ADDIE model.

4C/ID – The Four Component Instructional Design model was developed by Joroen van Merrienboer as a framework to be used for the design of complex learning and is based on Cognitive Load Theory (CLT). Van Merriënboer writes in Reiser & Dempsey (2007) “complex learning aims at the integration of knowledge, skills, and attitudes; the coordination of qualitatively different constituent skills; and transfer of what is learned to daily life or work settings.” 4C/ID focuses on meaningful whole learning tasks, scaffolding, and achieving transfer. The 4C/ID model is organized around, as the name suggests, a four-component model. The four components are: 1) learning tasks, 2) supportive information, 3) procedural information, and 4) Part-task practice. The figure below depicts the four components and provides additional information about each of the four components.

4CID Model