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APTD Instructional Design

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A resource, process, or condition that is essential for the growth and success of an organization and achievement of its strategy. The internal and external forces that direct an organization's strategy, goals, business needs, and performance needs, For instance . Learning is linked to the organizations's goals and to the business strategy and the goals of key stakeholders Reducing Expenses Generating Revenue Building employee engagement

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93 questions
1. Interviews 2.Focus group 3.Surveys
How to elicit information from SMEs?
Articles • Lecturettes • Diagrams • Recordings • Buzz Groups • Research projects
Instructional Method:If you want learners to gain knowledge, furnish them with information through:
Case studies • Demonstrations ( Explanation) • Role plays • Video recordings of Participants practice • Skill centers • Exercises, both written and verbal • Job aids
Instructional method: If you want learners to be able to do something and to acquire a new skill, help them experiment by using:
Instruments and self-assessments • Role plays • Debates • Structured games • Exercises • Self-analysis • Recording thoughts in a journal
Instructional Method:If you want learners to change their attitudes, perspectives, or priorities, assist them by using:
Which Level in Bloom taxonomy these verbs belong?Transfer -Discover -Teach -Use -Complete -change -Solve, Apply, demonstrate, and use knowledge in new situations
Which Level in Bloom taxonomy these verbs belong?Define, list, name, call, and repeat
Which Level in Bloom taxonomy these verbs belong?compare, question, and break knowledge into parts
Which Level in Bloom taxonomy these verbs belong?Arrange, create, design, plan, and prepare a new whole from parts
Which Level in Bloom taxonomy these verbs belong?Appraise, assess, judge, and score information based on knowledge