Long-time training authority Jean Barbazette shows accidental and intermediate trainers how to write a variety of training activities to create the best learning experience and make training stick. Features a wealth of tools including templates for every step of the writing process, sample activities, checklists to develop training activities, and a glossary.
ASTD Competency Study introduces the new ASTD Competency Model and serves as an essential guide to the future of the profession.
Create better working relationships with subject matter experts from all fields.
This book offers a pragmatic, evidence-based approach for justifying results and proving success while serving individuals, your organization, and society.
Survey Basics is a tool to help the L&D professional design and administer surveys and questionnaires. It describes the purpose of surveys and questionnaires, types of error that can creep into survey results, and considerations when developing specific survey questions.
Learn how to develop tests that accurately measure participants’ skills in the context of credentialing and program evaluation.
In More Jolts! renowned trainer and game expert Thiagi and Tracy Tagliati offer a specialized type of learning game, specifically designed to help participants reexamine their assumptions and create change.
Discover two new concepts that take instructional design beyond ADDIE and help you produce better, more effective learning products.
Informal Learning Basics will help training and development professionals leverage the power of informal learning in designing meaningful and cost-effective training programs and practices. By identifying informal learning experiences that happen every day on the job and suggesting ways to promote and facilitate those experiences, Informal Learning Basics provides you with the tools to capitalize on the informal learning opportunities which exist in your organization.
As every learning and development professional knows, time, cost, and quality constraints are the obstacles encountered in developing any training project. Based on the ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) model, Real World Training Design will help you to identify and manage these issues while you create effective, productive training tools for your organization.