Lesson Mapping – The New Book & Several Videos

I created the original Lesson Map format for a project in 1990 – to use with my Facilitated Group Process (FGP) in a Design effort – of Master Performers and others – after I had used the FGP in an Analysis effort – to accelerate the process by using the right people in a Team effort – to do the right thing at the right time.

I’ve referenced the approach in books going back to my 1999 book: lean-ISD.

It is now available as a Kindle and as a Paperback – here – for $20 and $25 USD respectively.

A Chat with Authors – Britz Interviews Wallace – August 2021

This video is 64:06 minutes in length.

PB ISD 04 – Backward Chaining the Instructional Design – August 2020

This video is 24:11 minutes in length.

performance based Lesson Mapping – ISPI SoCal Webinar – March 2021

This video is 40:38 minutes in length.

ISD Analysis Data and Lesson Mapping – April 2019

This video is 64:16 minutes in length.

My 3 most recent books…

All are available – here.

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HPT & TQM – Another Short Video on pb-ISD & PI-BBII

pb-ISD & PI = performance-based Instructional Systems Design & Performance Improvement Beyond But Including Instruction

This video is 2:20 minutes in length.

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaf4fpQJsIRgR0oYyBk1CRA

See my books on my Amazon Author’s Page – here.

Focus on the Performance Requirements – and Enable Them!

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Requests to Expect & Suspect – Another Short Video on pb-ISD & PI-BBII

pb-ISD & PI = performance-based Instructional Systems Design & Performance Improvement Beyond But Including Instruction

This video is 1:42 minutes in length.

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaf4fpQJsIRgR0oYyBk1CRA

See my books on my Amazon Author’s Page – here.

Focus on the Performance Requirements – and Enable Them!

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The PACT ECA – A Content Inventory Framework

There Many Roads to Success – And Way Too Many Detours and Dead Ends

To quote John Swinney quoting me:

There are a thousand ways to do it right
and a hundred thousand ways to do it wrong.
Pick from the first column.
(Guy W. Wallace)

John said he first heard this from me when we served on the board of ISPI when Dale Brethower was President in 1999-2000. And then I guess he probably heard me repeat this several time, as the broken record I am on some thing. Maybe many things.

Most things in life – but not all – have great tolerances for variations in means to achieve a satisfactory ends.

Most Processes are somewhat Robust to variation in producing the Outputs that will meet Stakeholder Requirements.

Before TQM It Was Sometimes Known as VR – Variability Reduction

At least that what I learned from Quality experts at Motorola back in 1981/82. TQM – Total Quality Management was the new thing. VR was the old thing. Someone, maybe Bill Smith, told me so.

At Motorola, I supported Manufacturing, Materials and Purchasing, from my perch at MTEC – Motorola’s Training & Education Center – at HQ.

That 16 months taught me a lot about products, systems, subassemblies, WBS – Work Breakdown Structures, and MRP (Materials Requirements Planning … via computers) and MRP II (Manufacturing Requirements Planning) – so that when ERP Systems finally came around I was already thinking like that.

I began to see Instruction (or as I called it then: Performance-Based Training) in those terms: a Systems of Instruction for some targeted functionality presented by me by way of a T&D Path for a particular Target Audience. And the Path was made up of modular Instructional Products (T&D Events), where the modular components became T&D Lessons and in those T&D Instructional Activities.

All of those investments – of Shareholder Equity – were “housed” in an ECA – an Enterprise Content Architecture – that had this primary framework…

How do you inventory your products and subassemblies to increase ReUse and to reduce overall Life Cycle Costs? Or don’t you?

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3 Videos: performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process

CAD – Produces what is sometimes known as Curriculum Maps, or Learning Journeys, or Any Number Of Names…

My first CAD project as an ISD Consultant was back in 1982. I’d done one prior while an employee at Motorola in 1981.

A 1989 Example

A 2001 Example (1 of 9 Paths)

A 2003 Example (1 of 2 Paths)

A 2004 Example

3 Videos

A Long Video on Curriculum Architecture Design

This video is 58:35 minutes in length. This was done for the Central Florida chapter of ATD in 2020.

Another Long video on Curriculum Architecture Design

This video is 56:19 minutes in length. It was done for an ASTD Forum Webinar in 2012.

A short video on Curriculum Architecture Design and Development Paths or Maps or Blueprints…

This video is 12:47 minutes in length.

First Article on Curriculum Architecture – 1984

CAD – Training Mag – 1984 – 6 page PDF – the first publication about Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process – published in Training Magazine in September 1984. Original manuscript (30 pages) – How to Build a Training Structure That Won’t Keep Burning Down.

My 1999 Book – covered CAD and MCD and IAD.

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Wednesday HPT Oriented Video Matinee

Now that I’ve run out of HPT Videos (this is on December 30, 2020) to post throughout 2021 – I’ll continue the Wednesday Series of HPT-Oriented Videos with some from my video library/collection – most of which I’ve recorded and produced. These are all on my YouTube Channel – here.

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