Advanced Instructional design focuses on the steps required to develop a performance based training design. Chapters include information conducting a Job Task Analysis and the Design of the training program. Other topics include defining competencies, conducting a DACUM, writing performance based objectives, developing criterion tests, Sequencing training elements, and writing a training blueprint. This book does not cover the development of training materials, that will be addressed in another book yet to be published.Introduction Occupational Information Network Replaces DOT O*NET Features Historically, Job Task Analysis has begun with the use of ... It provides a common language for defining and describing occupations and occupational job outlook.
|Title||:||Advanced Instructional Design - Designing Effective Training|
|Author||:||Brice D. Alvord|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-03-16|