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My Instructional Design Collaboration with Instructors: Analysis PhASE

Instructional design (ID) encompasses a wide array of activities besides classroom learning such as the improvement of human performance, products, processes, and overall return on investments of an organization. It includes the use of research, theory, practical experience, and common sense. Instructional designers work closely with organizations and subject matter experts to solve problems, determine needs, improve outcomes, and find opportunities through systematic analysis and

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Instructional and Learner Analysis in Instructional Design

Instructional design (ID) commonly addresses 5 iterative phases: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. Instructional analysis and learner analysis are processes in the systematic approach of ID of a learning event or product. These occur simultaneously in the analysis phase along with a context analysis because they’re intrinsically tied to the performance objectives, which is the outcome of the analysis phase. Other

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My Human Performance Improvement Toolbox

Beresford and Stolovich (2012) defined human performance improvement (HPI) as three perspectives: vision, concept, and end. Vision is for individuals to succeed in areas that are valued by their organization’s stakeholders. Concept uses the vision to accomplish the organization’s goals through successful interactions with not only the organization’s stakeholders, but also with the customers, regulatory agencies, and society. End refers

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