How does your industry incorporate the Analysis Phase when creating training or educational events?

How does your industry incorporate the Analysis Phase when creating training or educational events?

 

How does your industry incorporate the Analysis Phase when creating training or educational events? The foundation pieces of any instructional design are the measurable objectives…

How does your industry incorporate the Analysis Phase when creating training or educational events?

The foundation pieces of any instructional design are the measurable objectives created as the result of completing the Analysis Phase of the design model. How does your industry incorporate the Analysis Phase when creating training or educational events? How does your industry work with measurable objectives? Does your industry use gaming or social media to support measurable objectives? If so, provide an example.
Part II
Share an educational/training experience where the instructional intervention did not align with the knowledge gap identified in an analysis. How did the learners react? Was the misalignment resolved? If so, how?
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Assignment Description
Description: The needs assessment process is the essential first step in the instructional design process, where, among other things, you identify where performance may be lacking. The difference between actual (or current performance) and desired performance is called the knowledge gap (Note: The identification of the knowledge gap becomes the subject/topic of your computer mediated learning module). Based on the knowledge gap, you then develop the instructional objectives (both terminal course objectives and enabling objectives). These learning objectives form the basis by which you develop the instructional content that will bridge the knowledge gap. As a result of your needs assessment, you decided the most appropriate media to deliver the educational intervention is the development of a stand-alone, self-contained, computer-based learning module.

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