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INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN AND PRESENTATIONS

Stephanie Pickering

CUR/516

September 28, 2015

Kathryn Wyatt
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INSTRUCTION
AL DESIGN
AND
PRESENTATIO
N
PHASE I

Course Description of Target Delivery Modality Goals


Name Training Audience and Length of
Analysis and Training
Characteristics
of Target
Audience

Team The Team The target Delivery will be The goals are to
Building Building and audience will readable, will be have everyone
and Employee include new reference related, attending the
Employee Engagement and current such as share training to learn to
Engageme Training is a employees. point, web pages, share information
nt. way to Faculty and and printed and know what is
strengthen upper reference available and
employee management materials. where to locate the
relationships. are welcome to Information will information.
Employees come and join be quick and Motivate
will learn as a refresher easy to locate. employees to learn
team course. Technical to share the
building information will knowledge.
skills, Characteristics be provided. Encourage
sharing of of the training employees to be a
information will be held The training will part of process and
and what within a take place two show them by
resources are relaxed, times a year and being involved in
available. informal will be three days the process will
The training setting. of interacting help them be
is available Employees will with fellow successful.
to all interact with employees. Encourage
employees. each other. employees to
The Employees will create new
employees discover relationships.
will become through
familiar with interaction
the ways to share
knowledge their knowledge
sharing and find a place
process. to store the
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Employees information.
will learn Create a list of
how to build resources
a knowledge amongst the
base to share employees.
with others
in the
company.
Employees
will learn
that sharing
information
will help
team
building and
create
references
that can be
used for their
success.
The training
will promote
team building
skills for new
employees as
well.
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Instructional Plan and Presentation

PHASE II

I. Training Title: Team Building and Employee Engagement.

II. The defined goals:

A. Employees learn to share information.

B. Employees learn to use and locate resources.

C. To motive employees to collaborate with other team members.

D. Encourage employees to create new relationships.

III. The objectives for each goal:

A. Every employee will learn to share information.

B. Employees will interact with each other while observing others.

C. Under any circumstance employees will generate documents to share with others.

D. Each employee will comply at 100%.

IV. Objectives used:

A. Collaborative Learning.

B. Why: Because knowledge flows more than one way.

C. Why: Learning can occur from employee to employee.

D. Why: Development of higher thinking, communication, promotes interaction,

prepares to solve problems sharing knowledge.

V. Instructional Strategies and activities


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A. Activities and resources to show the employees how to share.

B. Involve employees in doing things to interact with others.

C. Open up forum of discussion for input from employees.

D. Employees can act out problems faced in the field, group, and stand up and share,

or roam the room.

E. Brainstorming sessions which allows no verbal employees to participate in the

planning.

VI. Instructional Technologies Used

A. Computers implement web-based technology for training with high-end graphics,

videos, sound, as well as interactive chat.

B. Instant messaging technologies for instant communication. This tool can help

employees share information instantly.

C. Software for online learning and sharing of information. The software can host

delivery of content, assessments, e-learning delivery.

D. Multimedia technology can provide employees with use of video, graphics, and

interactive tools to learn how to share and collaborate with others.

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INSTRUCTIO
NAL DESIGN
AND
PRESENTATI
ON PHASE III

TRAININ LENGTH OF INDIVIDUALS RESOURCES DETAILS OF PLAN FORMATIVE


G TIME INVOLVED AND MATERIALS IMPLEMENTATION ASSESSMENTS
COURSE NEEDED COMMUNICATION
FOR PLAN, HOW TO
BUILD INTEREST,
PARTICPANT
SELECTION
Team The training Individuals The training will A memo will be After the
Building will take involved will take place in a sent to all training with
and place two be HR conference employees for the closing notes
Employe times a year Manager, HR room with chairs training. Details will there will be a
e for three Liaisons, for seating, be included in the 15 minute open
Engage days during Directors, and computer will be memo, such as discussion with
ment the month employees. used to show date, location, question and
of June 15, employees the time, and length of answers. A
2016 and material training. certificate of
July 15, projected on a Supervisors of each course
2016. The big screen on department will completion will
training will the wall. Visual also notify be emailed to
be held 9-10 representation. employees of the each employee
each of Employees can date of training and who attended.
those days. bring mobile the month the
devices to the employees will
training to take attend. A poster for
notes. the training will be
posted in the
employees
lunchroom. Every
employee will take
the training. The
commitment for
the training is
mandatory.
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Instructional Plan and Presentation

PHASE IV

VII. Identify Criteria: Learners will end the training by filling out an online survey. The

questions will be if the training met the needs of the learners, was the training

informative and helpful for now and the future. Would the learners recommend this

training to others!

VIII. Evaluation Tools:

A. Qualtrics online surveys.

B. Online references from the training will be available for future use.

IX. Future Decision to adopt:

E. Surveys will be reviewed once completed by all learners who attended training.

F. The outcomes will determine if changes need to be made.

G. If changes are needed they will be implemented into future training.

H. If no changes are needed the training will continue without modification.

X. Evaluation Overview:

A. Once all evaluations are complete, the company will determine if the training is

beneficial and is there a need for future training.

B. If the training is not helpful to the learners the company may have to go in another

direction.

C. The evaluation is important for the quality and improvements for future training.

D. Formative and summative evaluations will be used for current and future

improvements in course design. These will identify what works and what does not

work in the design.


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References

Addie: Design Phase. (1995). Retrieved from http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat3.html


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Instructional Design Central. (2012). Retrieved from

http://www.instructionaldesigncentral.com/htm/IDC_instructionaldesignmodels.htm

University of Phoenix. (2013). The Essentials of Instructional Design, Ch. 4. Retrieved from

University of Phoenix, CUR/516 website.