Rapid Instructional Design: Learning ID Fast and Right / Edition 2by George M. Piskurich
Pub. Date: 06/12/2006
This is the second edition of the best-selling book that shows how to get instructional design done fast and get it done right! If you need a basic understanding of what instructional design is and a hands-on, to-the-point method of ensuring that the training and performance interventions you put into place meet the needs of your staff and your organization, this
This is the second edition of the best-selling book that shows how to get instructional design done fast and get it done right! If you need a basic understanding of what instructional design is and a hands-on, to-the-point method of ensuring that the training and performance interventions you put into place meet the needs of your staff and your organization, this book is for you. It offers a no-nonsense walk through all the steps in the instructional design process and each step is explained in language that is conversational and easy to understand. This new edition addresses such topics as learning analysis, return on investment, and designing asynchronous and synchronous e-learning, as well as a wealth of illustrative examples of storyboards and professional commentary and case studies from professionals in the field.
Table of Contents
Preface to the Second Edition.
Chapter 1: What Is This Instructional Design Stuff Anyway?
Why Instructional Design?
What Is Instructional Design?
A Few Definitions.
Advantages of Instructional Design.
Disadvantages of Instructional Design.
Chapter 2: Before You Do Anything: Pre-Instructional Design Activities.
Assessing Training Needs.
Choosing Needs to Address.
The Needs Analysis Report.
Quick and Dirty Cost-Benefit Analysis.
Chapter 3: Do You Know What You Need to Do? Analysis.
Types of Analysis.
Chapter 4: How to Do It: Design.
Make the Right Decision Now.
Delivery Decision (Training Setting).
Design Documents / 130
Course Descriptions / 145
Adding Structure: The Instructional Plan.
Trainee Evaluation (Test Questions and Tests).
Hints for Designing in Various Formats.
Chapter 5: Doing It Right: Development.
End Products of Development.
The Lesson Plan As an End Product.
Scripts and Storyboards.
Participants’ Packages and Other Print Materials.
Hints for Developing Material.
Chapter 6: Getting It Where It Does the Most Good: Implementation.
Beta Tests and Pilots.
Common Implementation Issues.
Hints for Implementation.
Chapter 7: Did It Do Any Good? Evaluation.
The Key to Good Evaluation.
Types of Evaluation.
Evaluation of Self-Instructional Programs.
Revisions: What to Do with What You’ve Learned.
Hints for Evaluating.
Chapter 8: Doing It Faster: More Rapid Design Shortcuts.
Software for Instructional Design.
Test Development Software.
Learning Objects and Granular Training.
Performance Support–Based “Training”.
Problem-Based Learning (PBL).
Training Management Systems.
Chapter 9: Asynchronous E-Learning Design.
Creating and Implementing an E-Learning System.
Determining a Comprehensive E-Learning Strategy.
Designing and Developing Good Programs.
Learning Management Systems and Learning Content Management Systems.
Preparing the Organization Globally for E-Learning.
Planning for a Smooth, Successful Implementation.
Creating an Effective Monitoring and Evaluation Plan.
Asynchronous E-Learning Design and Development.
Beta Tests and Pilots.
Evaluating Asynchronous E-Learning Programs.
Chapter 10: Synchronous E-Learning Design.
Disadvantages and Misconceptions.
Design Considerations for Synchronous E-Learning.
Repurposing and Redesigning of Synchronous E-Learning Programs.
Other Synchronous Activities.
More Detailed Facilitator Guides.
General Technology Considerations.
Designing Continuing Interactions.
Online Learning: A Special Type of E-Learning.
What the Learners Say.
About the Author.
Instructor Guide for Rapid Instructional Design.
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