LEARNING STYLES; DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINING Signature Assignment: Critical Thinking

LEARNING STYLES; DEVELOPMENT OF TRAINING
Signature Assignment: Critical Thinking, Reinforced Level
In this assignment, your critical-thinking skills will be assessed. The critical-thinking rubric will be useful for this purpose. In HRM401, critical-thinking skills were assessed at the “introduced” level. In HRM402, they will be assessed at the “reinforced” level. Finally, in HRM403, your skills will be assessed at the “mastered” level.
Case 2: Development Phase
Within the ADDIE Model, development has primarily bridged the stages of design and implementation. Although the lines between design and development have blurred throughout the history of instructional design, this stage focuses on the tools and processes to be used in the creation of instructional materials (Ozdilek & Robeck, 2009). Thus, it takes the ideas brought forth from the initial stages of analysis and design and further objectifies and makes those ideas more tangible.
Sources of the above information:
Ritzhaupt, A. (2020). ADDIE explained: introduction. http://www.aritzhaupt.com/addie_explained/ .
Wildberger, W., & Lee, B. R. (2020). ADDIE explained: development. An Open Educational Resource for the Educational Technological Community. http://www.aritzhaupt.com/addie_explained/development/ .
Case Assignment
Continue with the training topic you selected for your Case 1 paper. Walk through, step by step, the Development phase of the ADDIE model. Be as specific as possible. If there is unknown information, make logical assumptions to fill in the information needed and include a section in your paper showing the assumptions you made.
Bring in at least two valid and reliable high-quality peer-reviewed sources found in the Trident Online Library. These two high-quality sources are in addition to your provided course materials. (Be sure to cite sources within the text of your paper as well as list each in the Reference section.)
As you select two outside high-quality sources for Case 2, you may find the following helpful to determine which sources to include:
Herring, J. E. (2011). Chapter 3: Evaluating websites, Figure 3.1, p. 38. In Improving students’ web use and information literacy: a guide for teachers and teacher librarians. Facet Publishing. Available in the Trident Online Library, EBSCO eBook Collection.
Lack, C. W., & Rousseau, J. (2016). Chapter 4: What is critical thinking? In Critical thinking, science, and pseudoscience: Why we can’t trust our brains. Springer Publishing Company. Available in the Trident Online Library, EBSCO eBook Collection.
See the following for citation and reference style instructions:
Purdue University (n.d.). Purdue Writing Lab.
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/.
See the Trident guide to APA Style, 7th edition.
Development Phase
Draft a lesson plan on paper and two samples of course materials (visual handouts, charts, images, and/or short slide presentations you have chosen to use), taking into consideration the following:
Assemble and/or draft content to compose the learning materials. The data gathered in the Analysis and Design phases should guide your decisions and material choices.
Monitor carefully your decisions related to content organization and content depth.
Strive to enhance performance rather than disburse information.
Prepare a list of resources for the learning objectives, making specific references to different materials.
Plan online content (if online content will be useful).
Decide about the media and other equipment. Consider and select media and other methods (within budget) appropriate to the learning.
Utilize medium that is close to the real work environment as possible to enhance knowledge transfer and retention.
Conduct a pilot test of the lesson plan with a friend and assess their feedback.
Provide an overall analysis and critique of the lesson plan and the results of the pilot test.
Once you have completed the Development phase of the ADDIE Model, submit your paper to the Case 2 dropbox by the assignment due date.
Sources of the above information:
Ritzhaupt, A. (2020). ADDIE explained: introduction. http://www.aritzhaupt.com/addie_explained/ An Open Educational Resource for the Educational Technological Community.
Wildberger, W., & Lee, B. R. (2020). ADDIE explained: development. Retrieved from http://www.aritzhaupt.com/addie_explained/development/ An Open Educational Resource for the Educational Technological Community.

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