INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN and DEVELOPMENT TIPSPresentation Transcript
HAVE YOU LEARNED ANYTHING?Created by: Michelle Buckland Date: January 2010
SUGGESTIONS for Training Program Design and DevelopmentThe Education Perspective --The following major characteristics are requiredand will be applied to ensure the training initiativewill be results-oriented and effective: User-friendly Audience-focused Flow-based Simplistic Validated Adult-oriented
User-Friendly Content(i.e. according to audiences level of knowledge/skill)GOAL: Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis
Validation …GOAL:Course Development Process 1. Determine skills needed. 2. Establish overall purpose of the course. 3. Write the learning objectives. 4. Match the content to the learning objectives.
Adult-orientedGOAL:• Teaching by Demonstration “Hands-on” Skills as the Expected Outcome 1. Describe the desired outcome. 2. Stimulate a recall of relevant prerequisites. 3. Identify the steps. 4. Personalize the demonstration. 5. Devise opportunities for practice. 6. Make transfer of learning possible → real-life application. 7. Appraise performance. 8. Ensure retention.
Adult-oriented …GOAL:• Flexing Learning Styles Helps to identify a learner’s preference for certain learning behavior 1. Converger 2. Diverger 3. Assimilator 4. Accomodator
Adult-oriented …1. Converger – A learner who develops theories, makes generalizations, and/or draws conclusions.2. Diverger – A learner that prefers to participate in an experience.
Adult-oriented …3. Assimilator – A learner that makes sense of the experience (i.e. reflective observation).4. Accommodator – A learner that implements new action / experiments with new ways.
Adult-oriented …GOAL:• Inspiring Participation Regulate the flow of all participants 1.Elicit and clarify: • Specific goals of the individuals • General purposes of the learning activities (i.e. group-based)