Flashcards in 2.2.D Instructional Design - Designing & Developing Learning Assets Deck (5)
This type of evaluation assesses learners' attitudes and is used to help improve a course.
Ensuring consistency among facilitators is one reason for creating this asset for training courses.
A company hires an instructional designer to design a course for the sales team. The team members have varying levels of sales experience and are spread out across the world. They are also very busy and are known to have little patience for "training." What type of course should the ID recommend?
A. A synchronous course over Zoom
B. An adaptive learning course
C. An asynchronous course that follows the same path so they all get the same content
D. An ILT so they can collaborate
B. An adaptive course that adapts to what the learners already know and allows them to move past information they have mastered.
A talent development professional is creating a facilitator's guide for a course on effective communication. What should the TD professional NOT include in the facilitator's guide?
A. Copies of all participant materials
B. Time estimates for each section
C. Key learning points
D. References supporting the content
A. Copies of all participant materials -you do not need to include those IN the facilitator's guide