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Mastering the instructional design process : a systematic approach 5th ed

Mastering the instructional design process : a systematic approach 5th ed (9회 대출)

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개인저자
Rothwell, William J., 1951-.
서명 / 저자사항
Mastering the instructional design process : a systematic approach / William J. Rothwell, G.M. (Bud) Benscoter, Marsha King, Stephen B. King.
판사항
5th ed.
발행사항
Hoboken, New Jersey :   John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,   c2016.  
형태사항
xxviii, 397 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9781118947135 (cloth)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Employees --Training of. Instructional systems --Design.
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William J. Rothwell(지은이)

<액션러닝 가이드북>

H. C. Kazanas(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS
Preface to the Fifth Edition = xiii
Acknowledgments = xix
About the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance, and Instruction = xxi
Advance Organizer = xxiii
About This Book = xxvii
PART ONE : OVERVIEW = 1
 1 An Overview of Instructional Design = 3
  Instructional Design : An Emerging Profession = 4
  Instructional Design : Focused on Establishing and Maintaining Efficient and Effective Human Performance = 5
  Instructional Design : Guided by a Model of Human Performance = 7
  Instructional Design : Carried Out Systematically = 11
  Instructional Design : Based on Open Systems Theory = 11
  Instructional Design : Oriented to Finding and Applying the Most Cost-Effective Solutions to Human Performance Problems = 13
  Criticisms of Traditional Instructional Approaches = 14
PART TWO : PLANNING AND ANALYZING FOR INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN = 17
 2 Conducting a Needs Assessment = 19
  Defining Terms = 23
  Steps in Developing Needs Assessment = 29
  Developing a Needs Assessment Plan : A Case Study = 35
  Solving Problems in Conducting Needs Assessments = 36
  Identifying Instructional Problems = 38
  Ethical Issues in Needs Assessment = 38
 3 Collecting and Analyzing Data for Instructional Design Projects = 41
  The Nature of Data = 41
  The Data Collection Process = 45
  Data Analysis = 58
 4 Identifying the Target Population and Environmental Characteristics = 61
  Selecting Learner Characteristics for Assessments = 62
  Selecting Learner Characteristics : A Case Study Example = 71
  When Should Learner Characteristics Be Assessed? = 73
 5 Using Analytical Techniques to Determine Instructional Content = 90
  Identify Content Aligned with Needs Assessment Findings = 91
  Elicit, Synthesize, and Validate Content from Subject Matter Experts = 91
  Analyze Instructional Products to Determine the Adequacy of Content, Instructions, and Learning to Determine Content Coverage = 92
  Determine Subordinate and Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge = 93
  Analyze Content = 97
 6 Analyzing the Potential Use of Existing and Emerging Technologies = 98
  E-Learning = 100
  The Effectiveness of Today's Instructional Technology = 110
PART THREE : DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING FOR INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN = 117
 7 Using an Instructional Design Process Appropriate for a Project = 119
  Selecting or Creating an Instructional Design Process Based on the Project = 123
  Modifying the Instructional Design Process as Project Parameters Change = 123
  Describing a Rationale for the Selected, Created, or Modified Instructional Design Process = 124
 8 Organizing Instructional Programs and/or Products = 125
  Determine the Overall Scope of Instructional Programs = 125
  Specify and Sequence the Anticipated Learning and Performance Outcomes = 138
 9 Designing Instructional Interventions = 145
  Identifying Instructional Strategies Aligned with Instructional Goals and Anticipated Learning Outcomes = 149
  Choosing an Appropriate Instructional Strategy = 155
  Choosing Media and Delivery Methods = 159
  Selecting Delivery Modes = 162
  Appreciating the Learner's Perspective : A Brief Overview of Cognitive Strategies = 164
  Using Appropriate Message, Visual, and Motivational Design Principles = 165
  Accommodating Social, Cultural, Political, and Other Individual Factors Influencing Learning = 169
 10 Planning Noninstructional Interventions = 171
  Identifying Appropriate Noninstructional Interventions = 172
  Feedback Options = 173
  Job Performance Aids = 176
  Reward Systems = 179
  Employee Selection Practices = 181
  Organizational Redesign = 184
  Justifying Appropriate Noninstructional Interventions = 187
  Creating Design Specifications for Noninstructional Interventions = 188
 11 Selecting or Modifying Existing Instructional Materials = 189
  Selecting, Developing, or Modifying Instructional Materials = 189
  Conducting Cost-Benefit Analyses to Decide Whether to Use or Modify Existing Materials = 194
  Validating Selection or Modification of Existing Instruction = 195
 12 Developing Instructional Materials = 196
  Developing Media Specifications = 196
  Producing Instructional Materials in Various Delivery Formats = 213
  Developing Materials Aligned with Content Analysis, Proposed Technologies, Delivery Methods, and Instructional Strategies = 214
  Collaborating with Production Specialists = 214
 13 Designing Learning Assessments = 215
  Introduction = 215
  An Overview of Steps in Preparing Instruments = 221
  Constructing Reliable and Valid Methods of Assessing Learning and Performance = 228
  Ensuring the Assessment Is Aligned with Instructional Goals, Anticipated Learning Outcomes, and Instructional Strategies = 229
PART FOUR : EVALUATING AND IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN = 231
 14 Evaluating Instructional and Noninstructional Interventions = 233
  Purpose and Definitions of Evaluation = 234
  Formative Evaluation = 239
  Developing a Formative Evaluation Plan = 240
  Four Major Approaches to Conducting Formative Evaluation = 246
  Summative Evaluations = 251
  Reporting Evaluation Results = 259
  Creating the Report = 261
  Disseminating the Report = 262
 15 Revising Instructional and Noninstructional Solutions Based on Data = 263
  Types of Revisions = 264
  Gaining Stakeholder Support for Revisions = 267
  Implementing Revisions to Delivery of Products/Programs = 269
 16 Implementing Instructional and Noninstructional Interventions = 271
  Creating a Vision for Change = 272
  Planning for the Implementation and Dissemination of the Intervention = 276
  Planning for Diffusion of the Intervention = 285
  Encouraging and Achieving Adoption and Buy-In = 285
  Compliance versus Gaining Commitment = 286
  Monitoring Implementation, Dissemination, and Diffusion to Identify Potential Adjustments = 287
  Taking Action on Deviations or Problems Surfaced through Monitoring = 288
PART FIVE : MANAGING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN = 289
 17 Applying Business Skills to Managing the Instructional Design Function = 291
  Where Instructional Design Fits into the Larger Organization = 292
  Contributing to the Organizational Purpose and Strategy = 295
  Implementing Standards = 299
  Leveraging Internal and External Resources to Accomplish Project Goals and Objectives = 301
  Managing Instructional Design Talent = 303
  Marketing and Communicating about Instructional Design = 313
  Navigating Organizational Culture, Structure, Politics, and Processes = 314
 18 Managing Partnerships and Collaborative Relationships = 317
  Identifying and Engaging Stakeholders = 318
  Building Relations between Instructional Designers and Individuals or Group Members = 322
  Managing Cross-Functional Teams = 327
  Securing Commitment = 331
  Conducting Project Reviews = 333
 19 Planning and Managing Instructional Design Projects = 334
  Unique Challenges Posed by Project Management = 335
  Allocating Resources to Support the Project Plan = 338
PART SIX : PREDICTING THE FUTURE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN = 341
 20 Predicting the Future of Learning and Instructional Design = 343
  Technological Advances to Improve Delivery and Design = 343
  The Impact of Neuroscience Research on Instructional Systems Design = 357
  A Final Word = 361
About the Authors = 363
References = 367
Index = 383

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