Performance improvement interventions: methods for organizational learning. Instructional design and training :
International Society for Performance Improvement, 1998 - Business & Economics - 351 pages
This volume addresses the foundation of instructional design and training and the continuing evolution of how the design and application of this intervention are successful in the workplace. It brings into focus the development, the major trends, and the central concepts. Topics addressed include mastery learning, instructional systems development, needs assessment, task analysis, programmed instruction, accomplishment-based training, competencies, and metacognition.
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