Basics of Instructional Systems Development

Basics of Instructional Systems Development

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Instructional systems development (ISD) can be a complicated business, and sometimes you just need an overview. Heres the Infoline for you. This issue provides an ISD overview along with a short profile of each component the simple design model known as ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation). You will find a detailed explanation of each element along with practical advice on building your next training session using the model. The issue includes a useful course design checklist to keep you on track.Structuring a course around the problems learners have faced or will face on the job helps them focus on finding solutions. For example, a training program designed to prepare a mechanic to diagnose car problems might have unit headings as follows: a€c stalling a€c not starting a€c slow ... by topic or task, training participants might not learn to think in terms of diagnosing a car problem from its symptoms.

Title:Basics of Instructional Systems Development
Author: Chuck Hodell
Publisher:American Society for Training and Development - 2007-06

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