Self-Directed Learning: A Practical Guide to Design, Development, and Implementation

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Wiley, Apr 23, 1993 - Business & Economics - 359 pages
You can develop your own training materials with the aid of this detailed, but easy-to-use guide. You'll learn how to develop self-directed learning (SDL) packages that are applicable in any situation, from basic industrial and technical skills training to academic classroom training.

This practical guide shows you how to:


* Match training needs with organizational needs
* Determine tasks that must be learned to meet those needs
* Develop objectives and design materials that are in line with those needs


Plus, you'll get practical learning aids and simulations that illustrate how to make theory a reality.

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Contents

How to Develop Trainee
61
How to Choose
83
How to Assess Cognitive
116
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About the author (1993)

GEORGE M. PISKURICH is a training and development specialist. His self-directed learning system won the 1992 American Society for Training and Development's award for best use of instructional technology.

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