Worthy Practices for Instructional Design & Performance Improvement

Some Content Resources on Worthy Evidence Based Practices

…from Respected Colleagues of Theories, Concepts, Models, Methods, Tools, Techniques and Practices that may be appropriate for you to consider for your situation…

Items presented below index of Resources

Online Resources – for EBP – Evidence Based Practices Resources for ISD and PI

– Here

Resources From These Organizations

Here
  • ASQ – American Society for Quality
  • ISPI – International Society for Performance Improvement – Archives
  • University of Missouri
  • US Air Force

From Individuals – See Below

  • Bozarth, Jane
  • Brethower, Dale
  • Clark, Don
  • Clark, Richard
  • Clark, Ruth
  • Deming
  • Harless
  • Juran
  • Kaufman
  • Mager
  • Merrill
  • Moore
  • Rackham
  • Rossett
  • Rummler
  • Stolovitch
  • Thalheimer
  • Thiagi

From/About Jane Bozarth:

Audio Podcast: Assessment as an integral part of instructional design:

http://blog.questionmark.com/conference-close-up-assessment-as-an-integral-part-of-instructional-design

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From/About Dale Brethower:

Sense and Nonsense in HPT

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From/About Don Clark:

See Don’s web site – A Big DogLittle Dog and Knowledge Jump Production – here.

A window to learning, training, leadership and all things related to improving human performance.

Many, many Resources. Many.

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From/About Richard Clark:

HPT Legacy Video Podcast from 2012: Clark, Richard E. (Dick)  –  45 min

 

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From/About Ruth Clark:

 

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From/About W. Edwards Deming:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Deming’s 14 Point for Managers

Deming – Theory of a System

Deming’s The 5 Deadly Diseases

Deming on Intrinsic Motivation


Wikipedia Page on Deming

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From Gartner:

Gartner Hype Cycle

http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/methodologies/hype-cycle.jsp

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From/About Joe Harless

Front End Analysis 13 Smart Questions
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From About Roger Kaufman

From/About Bob Mager: 

Instructional Objectives 

http://www2.gsu.edu/~mstmbs/CrsTools/Magerobj.html

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From David Merrill

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From Cathy Moore

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From/ About Neil Rackham:

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From/About Allison Rossett:

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From/About Geary Rummler:

Gartner’s Interview with Geary Rummler

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From/About Harold Stolovitch: 

Articles on Harold’s web site: – here.

They are organized as follows:

Instructional Design
Human Performance Technology
Simulations, Games and Case Studies
Return on Investment
Best Practices
Reviews & Interviews
User Documentation

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From/About Will Thalheimer:

  • The Forgetting Curve – 12 minute video by Will Thalheimer: http://bit.ly/n1vhL4
  • How Much Do People Forget – Will Thalheimer PDF: http://bit.ly/q5RcMJ
  • Spacing Practice Exercises over time – Will Thalheimer:  http://astd2007.astd.org/PDFs/Handouts%20for%20Web/M105.pdf –
  • Spacing Learning Events over time – Will Thalheimer PDF: http://bit.ly/oYExCi
  • Measuring Learning Results Will Thalheimer PDF: http://bit.ly/o7K13N
  • Research on Feedback – Will Thalheimer post: http://bit.ly/nxIXx2
  • The Learning Landscape Model – 14 minute Video by Dr. Will Thalheimer: http://vimeo.com/19771618
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From/About Thiagi:

Thiagi Group web site

Laws of Learning: 14 Important Principles Every Trainer Should Know

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