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  • 1. Why Indian Housing should use technology for training.
    Technology Solution
  • 2. Indian Housing is special
    The reservation is remote. Yet housing workers must learn skills needed to manage building projects, to manage funding, and to teach prospective home owners.
    Concept learning is important. Housing workers must be able to apply knowledge across a variety of previously un-encountered instances. (Smith & Ragan, 2005).
  • 3. Technology can help.
    Training specific to Indian housing needs can be designed.
    Training can be individualized to employee needs and occupation.
  • 4. Technology can help.
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    People learn more effectively from multimedia presentations than from exclusively verbal information. They also learn more from presentations that use words and relevant pictures than from words alone (Mayer, 2001).
  • 5. Technology can help.
    Forms can be designed to assist in specifying materials and work processes.
    Forms can automatically calculate.
    Forms can be edited easily.
  • 6. Technology can help.
    Forms can be kept safely online.
    Users can collaborate.
  • 7. Forms can be passed on.
    After materials are specified, someone can request bids for purchase according to Federal guidelines.
  • 8. Forms can be passed on.
    Materials specified can be passed to someone else to be checked for accuracy.
  • 9. Forms can be passed on.
    The form becomes a record of the materials used and of work completed.
  • 10. Forms can be passed on.
    Forms can include a guidelines for quality.
    Employees could then have clear definitions of what is quality work and what is not.
  • 11. Computers aid communication.
    E-mentoring is an example of one beneficial communication approach.
    This type of mentoring could give employees appropriate advice when decision-making involves un-encountered circumstances.
  • 12. Employees can gain information from leaders of other tribes.
    Other housing departments may have good advice.
    Computers aid communication.
  • 13. Computers offer access.
    It is possible to find answers to specific problems.
    Not just within the internet but through access to a large library system
  • 14. Computers offer access.
    Employees can check facts—and clarify the truth to others.
  • 15. Access to laws and regulations.
    It is vitally important to know where to find the laws, regulations, and funding technical support.
  • 16. Tribal policies are mandatory to Indian Housing funding.
    Indian Tribes have the right to self-determine.
    Indian sovereignty is the greatest resource of all. It is important to be fully aware of these rights.
    Often attitude has been ignored in work environments. It is important to align to the Tribal rules since this involves motivation—choosing to do something (Smith & Ragan, 2005).
    Access to Tribal policies.
  • 17. Access to training videos.
    There are infinite training videos. Employees can watch videos and can even be tested at the end of the viewing.
  • 18. Access to training videos.
    Employees can watch videos and then practice skills.
    A combination of video and practice would lead to higher-order skills learning.
  • 19. Access to training videos.
    Employees could make their own videos for training future home-owners in maintenance and repair of homes.
    By teaching, people learn more.
  • 20. Researchers in 2003 found that expanded PowerPoint presentations (text, photo, and audio) actually decreased the amount of student recall on a topic.
    However, students surveyed said they thought they learned more from the PowerPoint presentations than from transparency presentations (Jonassen, Collins, Davidson, Campbell, & Haag, n.d.).
    People like technology for learning.
    People like technology
  • 21. Materials spreadsheets –help employees to understand what materials are needed. They also calculate values instantly.
    Computers business applications
  • 22. Computer business applications.
    There are freeware options as well as programs to assist in collaboration and information sharing.
    Even the most basic applications have endless potential.
  • 23. Computer business applications.
  • 24. Financial management
  • 25. Financial management
  • 26. Software packages can be purchased so that company administrators are able to monitor and supervise all their employee computers from a central location
    Employees can be monitored
  • 27. Work examiner is one such software.
    There are many others.
    Employees can be monitored
  • 28. Software for performance evaluation is available.
    Spreadsheet guidance for evaluation can be designed.
    Evaluations can be used to improve performance.
    Employees can be monitored
  • 29. Computers could be used for employee training.
    Computers allow access to information.
    Computers can offer simple communication channels.
    Employees could benefit from computer forms that give them a variety of business frameworks.
    Technology could be used to resolve all funding issues.
  • 30. Jonassen, D., Collins, M., Davidson, M., Campbell, J., & Haag, B. B. (n.d.). Constructivism and computer-mediated communication in distance education. Retrieved April 20, 2010, from University of Oldenburg: http://www.c3l.uni-oldenburg.de/cde/media/readings/jonassen95.pdf
    Mayer, R. (2001). Multimedia learning. New York: Cambridge University Press.
    Smith, P.L. & Ragan, T.J. (2005). Instructional Design 3rd. ed. Danvers, MA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    References