- Take no more that two double-spaced pages to answer each question.
- Use information from the text, supplemental readings and class discussion
- Send completed final to me as an email attachent. The email address
to use is firstname.lastname@example.org
- You may submit using Microsoft Word, AppleWorks, or plain text
- Exam is due Monday, December 8, 2002 at 10:00 PM. No Exceptions.
- You have been asked to develop a training proposal for a new computerized
attendance software program that has been implemented by an area school
system. The district wants an outline of the process you will follow
to create and deliver instruction delivered within one week. They are
asking you because they know you are an instructional designer, but
do not understand the field very well. Using an ID model, outline each
step in such a way as even a school administrator could understand it,
- You have been hired to evaluate whether a training program implemented
by a large company should be contiuned or terminated. It has been in
place for around three years and costs a significant amount in terms
of resources and time. Describe what sort of evaluation you will conduct
- In your work for the Army, you have seen a major change in priorities.
The service is now talking about needing to update the way in which
soldiers are trained to reflect an Army that relies upon individual
resources rather than obedience. The Colonal you work for does not understand
exactly what this means, and has asked you to brief her on learning
theories. What are the major theories, how do they differ, and which
would be best brought to bear on educating an autonomous soldier?
- In what ways does performance technology differ from more traditional
training? How does Kirkpatrick's model demonstrate this difference?
- Of all the New Directions mentioned in Section V of the
text, which do you feel is most significant and why. Describe this innovation
and discuss how you would apply it.