T&D: Make Your Instructional Demonstrations More Interactive & Valuable

Watch This – Or – Hold My Beer?

Most Demonstrations in Instruction (T&D/Learning) are passive, “watch this” types of content/ approaches. Which can be valuable.

However I prefer most of my DEMOs to show/model the APPOs that the T&D Participant will be put through – next – as an “Advanced Organizer” if you will.

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You would do the demo live or recorded based on the APPO (Application Exercise) that follows – but was built first (in my approach to ISD Design). And the Lesson Participants (Learners) would review it and score the process and/or the output – again, just as it will be done for them once they are in the “hot dseat” of hands-on Practice with Feedback.

Of course the preceding INFO should explain the Criteria as well as the Steps, and the What & Why about the Performance being focused on.

Unless the Lesson is a set up for another, downstream Lesson where the DEMO and APPO will tie it all together. That happens too for complex Performance.

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Book Resources 

These books address the Analysis and Design aspects of my ISD methodologies.

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lean-ISD … as a FREE PDF – here.

lean-ISD … as a Kindle or Paperback – here.

Analysis of Performance Competence Requirements … as a Kindle or Paperback – here.

MCD: Modular Curriculum Development … as a Kindle or Paperback – here.

13 Minute Video on Lesson Mapping

Future Webinar on Lesson Mapping

Check this upcoming webinar out – here. $10.00 for non-members.

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PowerPoint Show to Download

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pact processes – phase by phase review 2019-01 – January 2019 Review of the PACT Processes for T&D/ Learning/ Knowledge Management.

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