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  • 1. WBI Learning Design Process Learning Goal Learning Goal Identification of Change Agents Audience1 Raise Awareness Facilitate Consensus Assist in Formulation of Implement Strategy/ Enhance Skills Foster Knowledge & Learning and Teamwork Policy/Strategy Plan Networks DEFINE OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES Outcomes • Participant awareness/ • Discussion initiated/ • Civil society/private sector • Implementation steps/plan • Participant knowledge/skills • Discussion initiated/ understanding raised resumed/activated involved in process initiated enhanced resumed/activated • Participant confidence • Participatory process • Needs assessment • Monitoring and evaluation • New/improved participant • Participatory process improved initiated/expanded completed plan initiated actionable plan done initiated/improved • Actionable plan done • Consensus reached • Stakeholder agreement • Implementation know-how • Demonstrated use of new • Network created/expanded Result Identifiers • New/improved actionable reached improved skills and knowledge • Partnerships or coalitions steps/plan formulated • Actionable steps/plan created/expanded • Collaboration increased/ formulated improved • Monitoring plan designed Knowledge Level • Policy/reform/strategy/law of Change Agents proposed to decision makers affects Cognitive Level of Thinking to start at. Remember Understand Apply, Analyze Evaluate Create Recall or recognize Understand meaning, re-state Use or apply knowledge, put Assess effectiveness of Develop new unique information data in ones own words, theory into practice, use whole concepts, in relation to structures, systems, models, Cognitive Levels of interpret, extrapolate, knowledge in response to real values, outputs, efficacy, approaches, ideas; creative circumstances viability; critical thinking, thinking, operations Thinking translate Interpret elements, organizational strategic comparison and (Bloom Taxonomy) principles, structure, construction, review; judgement relating to internal relationships; quality, reliability of individual external criteria; components; arrange, define, describe, explain, reiterate, reword, use, apply, discover, manage, mulate, propose, establish, review, justify, assess, Objectives label, list, memorise, recognise, relate, reproduce, critique, classify, summarize, illustrate, translate, review, execute, solve, produce, implement, construct, change, assemble, integrate, re- arrange, modify present a case for, defend, report on, investigate, direct, 5 prepare, conduct, perform, react, select, state report, discuss, re-write, respond, role-play appraise, argue, project- estimate, interpret, theorize, analyse, break down, catalogue, manage paraphrase, reference, compare, quantify, measure, test, example examine, experiment, relate, graph, diagram, plot, extrapolate, value, divide,2 IDENTIFY METHODS Methods Demonstration, Walk through Buzz Session Action Plan Brainstorming (Evaluation) Action Plan Expert guest speaker Conceptual map Case based Learning Buzz Session Brainstorming Glossary (reading) Glossary (Editing) (Analysis) Case based Learning Scenario comparison Lecture Listening Team Visualization (Performance) Simulation Panel of experts Journaling Game based learning Problem based learning Discussion Forum Monitoring & Evaluation Readings Peer Review / Peer Assist Interviewing Scenario comparison Project based Learning Case based Learning Report Debates Simulation (Description) Summary Peer Review / Peer Assist Discussion Forum Ice Breaker / Energizer Survey Project based learning (Evaluation) Test (match items) Test (match items) Role play Follow Up Test (fill in blanks) Test (fill in blanks) Brainstorm (Reflection) Summary Test (find/identify) Test (find/identify) Buzz Session Survey Test (correct/false) Test (correct/false) Discussion Forum (Analysis) Report (Evaluation) Test (multiple choice) Test (multiple choice) Problem based Learning Test (put into order) Test (put into order) Round Table Scenario Comparison Simulation After-Action Review Delivery Modes Face to Face Constraints: E-Learning (synchronous & asynchronous)3 - Audience (Size, Location, Level in Society, Education,…) - Access to Technology - Environment (Post-conflict, Natural Disaster Area,…) Video Conferencing - Cost (Budget available) Radio, TV, Print SELECT TOOLS Explicit Knowledge Dimension Tacit Knowledge Dimension Tools Print/Presentation Tools Audio-Visual Tools Direct Interaction Tools Distance Interaction Tools - Brochure - Video Clip - Facilitation Techniques - Web-based Tools - Workbook - Audio Clip / Podcast (Activities using flipcharts, (E-Discussion Forum, Email, - Checklist - Multimedia Presentation post-its, polling tools, etc.) Blog, Wiki, E-Survey, Live - PowerPoint Presentation - Simulation / Model Collaboration Tools, Existing - Excel Spreadsheet - Game Social Networking Platforms) - Case Document - Video/Audio Live Stream - Facilitation Guideline - AV Newsletter - Interactive Video - Newsletter - Radio Conferencing Tools (Facilities, such as GDLN that use multi-screens, documents cameras, etc.) ASSEMBLE PROGRAM4 Learning Events Course Community of Seminar / Dialogue Field Visit Conference (Formats) Practice Workshop OUTCOME OUTCOME OUTCOME OUTCOME OUTCOME OUTCOME OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD METHOD DEL. 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