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Beyond ADDIE: Managing the Politics of Planning Technology Related Faculty Development Programs. Diane M.Chubb Advanced Learning Technologies OIIT. Agenda. Review the systems approach to designing training Discuss the role of power in designing instruction using the Cervero & Wilson model

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beyond addie managing the politics of planning technology related faculty development programs

Beyond ADDIE: Managing the Politics of Planning Technology Related Faculty Development Programs

Diane M.Chubb

Advanced Learning TechnologiesOIIT

agenda
Agenda
  • Review the systems approach to designing training
  • Discuss the role of power in designing instruction using the Cervero & Wilson model
  • Practice the application of principles in planning technology training courses
addie model
ADDIE Model
  • A-Assess
  • D-Develop
  • D-Design
  • I – Implement
  • E- Evaluate
assessment of needs
Assessment of Needs
  • Identify goals for training
  • Analyze learners and context
  • Conduct instructional analysis
  • Write objectives
develop
Develop
  • Develop assessment strategy
  • Develop instructional plan
design
Design
  • Design Instructional Materials
implement training
Implement Training
  • Online/Web Based
  • Face-to-Face
  • Hybird
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Assess learning outcomes
  • Revise instructional plan/delivery
addie model assumptions
ADDIE Model Assumptions
  • Linear process
  • Purpose is exclusively for learning
  • Devoid of political action
  • Designed to bring about behavior change
where is the politics
Where Is the Politics?
  • Education is inherently political
  • Ignoring the political aspects of designing technology training programs is like “walking across a crowded street with your eyes closed”…(Forester,1989)
  • As educators, we “read” situations to develop strategies to address power influences.
cervero and wilson theory
Cervero and Wilson Theory
  • Designing training programs is essentially a social activity.
  • People who plan training programs may have different purposes, interests, needs.
  • Instructional designers, faculty developers and IT personnel use different negotiation strategies when developing technology training programs.

(Cervero & Wilson, 1994)

cervero and wilson theory1
Cervero and Wilson Theory
  • Assess Needs – Learner needs and political needs.
  • Develop Instructional Strategy – Negotiate decisions on design of training
  • Develop Materials – Negotiate selection of instructional materials
  • Implement Training – Negotiate who, when, where and how much
  • Evaluation – Assess political and learning objectives.
role play elearning systems training
Role Play – eLearning Systems Training
  • What were the expressed interests?
  • What were the covert interests?
reading and reacting to the situation
Reading and Reacting to the Situation
  • Satisfice – When all parties share the same interest, but time and resources are limited.
  • Network – If other people have a significant role in the planning the training, but their interest conflict.
  • Bargin – Different people have conflicting interests and are willing to use their power to get what they want.
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Small Group Discussion

Identify Your Political Strategy

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Diane M. Chubb

Advanced Learning Technologies

University System of Georgia

Office of Information and InstructionalTechnology

[email protected]

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