How the Client How the Project How the Analyst How the Programmer How the Businessexplained it. Leader understood it. designed it. wrote it. Consultant described it.How the project was What was delivered How the Client was How the Project was What the Client reallydocumented invoiced supported required. The client
Instructional design: a common understanding between client andClient Designer designer
Instructional design is all about, what the training will constitute and how the training will look.
will cover….. Training needs Course goals Participant analysis Instructional approach Functional specification Micro and macro strategies
1 Training needs Why Is there a need? Gap analysis Knowing: Target audience Measurement Client
2 Course Goal x 2 What’s in What quantitative What do the learners it for me? it for us? objectives does the want to achieve at organisation want the end to achieve at the end of the learning. of the learning. The Organisation Learner Andragogy principles
3 Participant Analysis WEB 1.0 or 2.0 ? Computer proficiency ? Work experience ? Education ? Previous training experiences Learning Styles Apply (A)DDIE Analyse Design Develop Implement Evaluate. Introvert or extrovert ?
4 Instructional Approach HOW ARE WE GOING TO DELIVER THE INSTRUCTION? Video (talking heads) Text In Person Workshops Graphics Animations Workbooks E-learning Voice over Simulations Interactions Gaming Web-based training (sometimes called e-learning) is anywhere, any-time instruction delivered over the Internet .WBT There are two primary models of Web-based instruction: synchronous (instructor-facilitated) and asynchronous (self-directed, self-paced). Competency-based training (CBT) is an approach to training that places emphasis on what a person canCBT do in the workplace as a result of completing a program of trainingBlended learning Combination of both.
5 Functional Specification Module Structure a b How to access the course c Where to access the course
How the course begins,6 Micro and introducing the need macro strategy Background theme Interactions Prototypes Assessment: Students Management, ID Strategy: LMS Navigation