In this Instructional Design training class, students will learn the basics of instructional design, learning design concepts, and all the phases of the instructional design process, including conducting a needs assessment, designing and delivering training, and evaluating the instruction.
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Identify what instructional design is, including the role of the instructional designer.
Learn how to analyze the learning situation and develop goals.
Understand learning design concepts.
Identify how to develop and implement the learning solution.
Learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of the learning.
What Is Instructional Design?
Introduction to Instructional Design
What Is Design?
The Foundations of Instructional Design
Models of Instructional Design
The Instructional Design Process
The Steps in the Process of Designing Learning
The Role of the Instructional Designer
What Does an ID Do?
Working with Clients
Define a Client in the Instructional Design Process
Define the Role of the Client
Working with Subject-Matter Experts
What Is a SME?
What Is the Role of the SME in the Instructional Design Process?
Working with Additional Resources
Who Are Other Resources the ID May Work with in the Process?
Identify Other Roles and Their Tasks
Analyzing and Objective Setting
The Basics of Goal Analysis
The Purpose of Analyzing Goals
The Process of Analyzing Goals
How to Conduct a Needs Assessment
Determine Instructional Needs
Evaluate Its Success
How to Conduct a Task Analysis
Analyzing the Learner
Similarities and Differences in Learners
How to Develop Objectives and Goals
Difference between Goals and Objectives
Translating Goals to Objectives
Learning Design Concepts
The Levels of Organization
Questions to Ask
The Design Plan
Define the Design Plan
How It Is Used to Construct Learning
Standard Sequencing Models
Known to Unknown
Simple to Complex
Dependent vs. Supportive Relationship
Different Activities (classifying, summarizing, practice, etc.)
Instructor-led Training (ILT)
Virtual Classroom Learning
Layout and Course Design
Visual Design Best Practices
Using Pictures, Graphics, and Multimedia
Basic Design Concepts
What Design Elements Work Best in Instructional Design
Using Animations and Interactions
Animations and Interactions - Best Practices and Tips
Developing and Implementing the Learning
Learning Distribution and Implementation
Train the Trainer (prepare the teacher)
What the Student Needs to Know to Be Prepared
Who Will Support Learning?
How Will Learners Be Supported?
How to Follow Up on the Training
Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Learning
Why Evaluate? The Importance of Evaluation
What Is the Purpose of Evaluating?
Achieving Performance Standards
Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Assessment
Assessing Knowledge, Skills, Behavior, and Attitude
How to Conduct Evaluations
Formative and Summative Evaluations
Define Formative Evaluations
Define Summative Evaluations
When to Use Each Type
Return on Investment (ROI)
Importance of Measuring ROI
How to Measure ROI
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
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