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Make Training Count: An Introduction to the ADDIE Model, presented during the 2012 Michigan Library Association Annual Conference, by Heidi Nagel, Training Manager for the Kent District Library

Make Training Count: An Introduction to the ADDIE Model, presented during the 2012 Michigan Library Association Annual Conference, by Heidi Nagel, Training Manager for the Kent District Library

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  • 1. Make Training Count:An Intro to the ADDIE Model Presented by Heidi Nagel MLA Annual Conference October 2011
  • 2. Who am I? Why am I here? Who are you? Why are you here?
  • 3. What is ADDIE? A. A cute Golden Retriever puppy B. An acronym for a basic method of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) C. A pretty girl in a bikini
  • 4. What is ADDIE? Analysis Evaluation Design Implementation Development
  • 5. Analysis = Needs AssessmentFind the difference between what people ARE currently doing...… And what the organization NEEDS them to be doing to meet strategic goals.
  • 6. Analysis, Methods  Look to the Strategic Plan  Observe  Interviews (individual/group)  Surveys (staff and supervisors)  Study Performance Reviews
  • 7. Analysis, Methods  Ask what competencies are needed to meet organizational goals?  What do people need to be doing that they aren’t?  Why aren’t they?  What does success look like?
  • 8. Analysis, WARNING Is training the answer? … Or is it a problem of:  Communication  Performance (individual employee or a supervisor)  Policy  Something else?
  • 9. Analysis, Deliverables Learning Objectives which identify 1. An observable task that can be performed as a result of the training 2. Under what conditions 3. What criteria will be used to measure success
  • 10. Analysis, Helpful Tip Write learning objectives to complete this sentence, As a result of this training, participants will __________ (be able to do something), __________ (know something), OR __________ (appreciate/be aware of something).
  • 11. Analysis, Deliverables Example Learning Objectives … Following this session, participants will be able to identify the five components of instructional systems design which comprise the ADDIE model.
  • 12. Design Flesh out Learning Objectives for content. Then (3 steps): 1. What are the major points to get across and in what order should they be conveyed:  Sequential/Step-by-step  Part to Whole  Whole to Part
  • 13. Design 2. What methods are best to convey content?  Instructor-led  Group Discussion  Role Playing/Scenarios  E-Learning?
  • 14. Design 3. How will you measure success?  Degree or level of proficiency necessary to perform the job  Or, how well do they need to perform for you to be satisfied? (Harder to define for service)
  • 15. Design, Deliverable A training course Outline
  • 16. Development What do you need to actually teach the material?  PowerPoint  Job Aids  Handouts  Activities  Glossary  Evaluation  Resources  …?
  • 17. Development, Helpful Tip Plan for another person to be able to teach the class using the materials you create in the Development phase.
  • 18. Development At the end of Development, 1. Practice 2. Practice 3. Practice
  • 19. Implementation 1. Show up 2. Show up early 3. Show up prepared 4. Show up breathing 5. Show up engaged 6. Show’s on!
  • 20. Evaluation Classic Kirkpatrick Model Level 4 Results Level 3 Behavior Level 2 Learning Level 1 Reaction
  • 21. Evaluation SMILE SHEETS get immediate Level 1 Reaction (Customer Satisfaction) and a bit of Level 2 Learning
  • 22. Evaluation SMILE SHEETS, Option 1 Likert Scale, rate a statement on a scale of 1 to 5. Be consistent! Strongly Agree 5 Agree 4 Neutral 3 Disagree 2 Strongly Disagree 1
  • 23. Evaluation SMILE SHEETS, Option 2 Index Cards  Write what you Liked Best flip over  Write what you’d prefer Next Time
  • 24. Evaluation, Helpful Tips Don’t ask if you can’t do anything about it. & People will always express their dissatisfaction with food & temperature!
  • 25. Bonus Acronym! R for Report
  • 26. What is ADDIER? Analysis Report Design Evaluation Development Implementation
  • 27. Bonus Acronym! Report = Sharing:  Share Learning Objectives with Supervisors! = Learning Transfer  Training Evaluation Results
  • 28. Thank you! Heidi Nagel Training Manager, KDL hnagel@kdl.org