Reviewing Instructional Strategies - Exercise
Reviewing Instructional Strategies
Duration: 15 to 25 minutes.
In this exercise, you will use your knowledge of instructional strategies to answer the following questions.
Keep in mind this scenario, from the previous lesson: You are working as an ID in your organization, and the head of human resources has come to your group with a specific need for the group to develop some training on working with difficult coworkers.
- In the course, you want to introduce learners to the negotiation process. Which instructional element might this be, and how would you teach it?
- You also want learners to understand healthy boundaries. Which instructional element might this be, and how would you teach it?
- This could be an example of a procedure, since the process likely has steps. Teaching a procedure can be done by listing out the steps and then having learners practice these steps in a real-world environment. If your training were to be in a classroom setting, students could role-play the steps of the negotiation process, for example.
- Healthy boundaries is most likely a concept, since this is an idea. Teaching concepts can be accomplished through discrimination. Perhaps you would have an exercise where students would determine if scenarios display healthy boundaries or not.