A Context for Performance (Results) Based Training
Learner-Centered Delivery Skills and Systems
Delivery Skills that Facilitate Performance
The Importance of Feedback, Reinforcement, and Motivational Incentives
Using Media-Based Delivery Systems
Selecting Methods That Compliment Delivery Systems
Evaluation Related to Training Delivery Systems
Emerging Trends in Instructional Delivery Systems
Kevin Kruse is a principal of Raymond Karsan Associates, a provider of technology-based training solutions. He is also the author of Technology-based Training: The Art and Science of Design, Development and Delivery.
While delivery methods evolve over the years, adult learning methods do not. To review, in 1946, Malcolm Knowles established four adult learning theories:
Remembering these theories as trainers create curriculum will benefit the learners no matter what form of training is being used.
Combining Knowles learning theory with Gagne's 9 "events of instruction" cand ensure learning objectives are clear, concise and measurable.
As discussed in other WebQuest's, look beyond the surface. It doesn't matter how entertaining a training program is. If sound instructional design principles aren't at the foundation of the program, learning cannot occur.
Kruse, K., ( February 2000). Information is not Instruction! Learning Circuits. Retrieved June 18, 2003 from: http://www.learningcircuits.org/feb2000/feb2000_webrules.html
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