Here is a great overview of what Instructional Design is in less than 5 minute by Joel Gardner on YouTube. It explains the principles very well.
Faculty will often require students to work in groups on significant assignments that are high stakes but without taking the time to teach the students how to work effectively in a group. And for that reason, groupwork will be quite frustrating. Several years ago MRU developed the video to help faculty and students learn more about group effectiveness. It is still current, valuable and now available on YouTube. http://youtu.be/OZabIUzgO0I
I have also built a Ed.TED lesson wrapped around this video that you may also find useful. It can be accessed at http://ed.ted.com/on/YVxzWttH
This video about creating learning objectives posted on YouTube by John Cline is very good. It is about 10 minutes but is full of good examples of strong and weak objective statements. The principles taught in this presentation are also applicable to creating learning outcome statements.
This video presentation by Marc Strong is very good. It is short, less than 3 minutes, but it is to the point about what makes an awesome presentation different from an awful presentation. Following the principles explained here will help any instructor give more engaging class presentations.
This video is a sequel to the first video with the same title. This presentation adds to the principles taught in the first and goes deeper into how the principles of adult learning can be applied to enhance teaching and learning.
This video is very useful in explaining some valuable principles about adult learning, and it is short.