Mastering the Instructional Design Process: A Systematic Approach / Edition 3by William J. Rothwell, H. C. Kazanas
Pub. Date: 11/14/2003
It has been more than fifteen years since the publication of the first edition of Mastering the Instructional Design Process. During that time the book has become a classic in the field providing professionals, trainers, and students with a step-by-step guide through all aspects of the instructional design process. Mastering the Instructional Design Process was the first book to translate the research conducted by the International Board of Standards for Training and performance and Instruction (IBSTPI) -- research that established the sixteen core competencies of instructional system design -- into a systematic process for developing those competencies and applying them successfully in real-world settings. In the past two decades there have been profound changes in the state-of-the-art of the instructional design profession. To provide instructional designers with the most current information, this third edition makes use of the recent IBSTPI standards for instructional design. The revised competencies
Mastering the Instructional Design Process, Third Edition also addresses current trends and developments -- breaking new technologies, rapid change, outsourcing of internal instructional designers, knowledge capital, speed in market change, and globalization and diversity -- that are influencing today's business environment and the instructional design process. To help you create customizable job aids, the book includes a CD-ROM filled with sample forms, check-lists, activities, and PowerPoint presentations for each chapter. The third edition of Mastering the Instructional Design Process features case examples from myriad workplace environments and contains the information, advice, and tools you need to ensure that your planning training and development function is the most up-to-date.
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Table of Contents
Tables, Figures, and Exhibits.
Preface to the Third Edition.
About the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance, and Instruction.
About the Authors.
PART ONE: DETECTING AND SOLVING HUMAN PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS.
1. What Is Instructional Design?
2. Alternatives to Instructional Solutions: Five Frequent Options.
3. Determining Projects Appropriate for Instructional Design Solutions.
PART TWO: ANALYZING NEEDS, LEARNERS, WORK SETTINGS,
4. Conducting a Needs Assessment.
5. Assessing Relevant Learner Characteristics.
6. Analyzing Relevant Work Setting Characteristics.
7. Performing Work Analysis.
PART THREE: ESTABLISHING PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS.
8. Writing Performance Objectives.
9. Developing Performance Measurements.
10. Sequencing Performance Objectives.
PART FOUR: DELIVERING THE INSTRUCTION EFFECTIVELY.
11. Specifying Instructional Strategies.
12. Selecting or Designing Instructional Materials.
13. Evaluating Instruction.
PART FIVE: MANAGING INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PROJECTS SUCCESSFULLY.
14. Designing the Instructional Management System.
15. Planning and Monitoring Instructional Design Projects.
16. Communicating Effectively.
17. Interacting with Others.
18. Promoting the Use of Instructional Design.
19. Developing Yourself.
20. Being an Effective Instructional Designer: Lessons Learned.
Appendix I: Self-Rating of Competence on Instructional Design.
Appendix II: The Results of a Survey About Current Issues in Instructional Design.
Contents of the CD-ROM.
How to Use the CD-ROM.
Pfeiffer Publications Guide.
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An excellent resource for those looking for an overview. Provides clear and systematic introduction to the major issues. A Good textbook to own.