Performance Support Doesn’t End That
Knowing (from Memory) where and how to find that Performance Support will be required if/once the volume of Performance Support grows and grows.
As it should as the devices for access are ubiquitous.
I’ve always organized Instructional Content – and what is Performance Support – if not Instructional Content – using a Performance Logic – and in the mid-to-late 1980s settled on my 5 Tier Inventory Framework.
This drove the numbering scheme for my CAD – Curriculum Architecture Design effort’s modular Events, modular Modules leading to my MCD – Modular Curriculum Development (my ADDIE-like methodology-set) and its modular Events, modular Lessons and modular Instructional Activities.
That linked/sync’ed with my L-C-S Model of Departmental and Functional Framework of AoPs – Areas of Performance – which I used to sort Shared and Unique Processes. Another Performance Logic framework.
I’m all about The Processes.
And so are my ISD and my PI methods.
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