KNOWLEDGE BEANS COMPLETES 3 WONDERFUL YEARS OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING! ! !
KNOWLEDGE BEANS a human resource newsletter issue no 40 | nov 2011
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
INSTRUCTIONALDESIGN– APROACTIVEAPPROACH Neha Kamat illustrates on this
INSTRUCTIONALDESIGN - ATRANSFORMATIONAL PHASE PrachiJoshithrows lightontheimportance
INSTRUCTIONALDESIGN –THEUPCOMINGTREND Manish Chawla shares his insights
DESIGN DarshiniThakkar elaborates on the concept
Organizations are transforming themselves into learning organizations in order to achieve a secure position in the market. But to maintain themselves in this position they need to embed proper learning procedures. Instructional Design (ID) is one of the finest methods for effective delivery of trainings. ID is the practice of maximizing efficacy and appeal of the learning process to help the learners study compe- tently. It is a systematic learning process that goes through the phase of vigorous research and analysis. ID talks about ‘how’ along with ‘what’ to learn. Need for instructional designing ID is concerned with what occurs before and after the
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN- ATRANSFORMATIONAL PHASE
Prachi Joshi is the Head of Department/Guidance Counselor/Lead Faculty at Mumbai EducationTrust.She is anMBAwith a PostGraduateDiploma in InstructionalDesigningfromSymbiosisPune.She isanaccomplishededucatorforovereightyears with demonstrated ability to teach,motivate and direct students whilemaintaining high interest and achievement.
actual learning process, thus helping in sound decision making. It develops the required support material in a comprehensive manner in order to match the shifting changes of the rapidly growing corporate environment and serve as an accurate way for thorough evaluations. ID results in
Deeksha Jawa, Head – Project Management, Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, is a post graduate inManagementHRandGreenBelt inSixSigmawithabackground inPsychology.She is also a DISC certified behaviour analyst with a passion for behavioural sciences and combines herknowledgeofpsychometrictestingwithhermanagementexpertisetomanageprojectsend to end. She is currently pursuing post graduate diploma course in Instructional Designing to be able to design & develop workshops in order tomeet the changing needs of businesses. THE EDITOR’S COLUMN Deeksha Jawa
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Instructional Design is the systematic development of instructional specifications using learning and instructionaltheorytoensurethequalityof instruction. It istheentireprocessoftheanalysisof learningneeds and goals, and the development of a delivery system to meet those needs. It includes development of instructional materials and activities; and tryout and evaluation of all instruction and learner activities. “E-learning is set to evolve as a breakthrough paradigm for people development. It will revolutionize the foundation of learning & development by evolving as a tool that will cater to all learning needs and styles.” - Niket Karajagi, Founder Director, Atyaasaa The current Knowledge Beans has focused on Instructional Designing, in viewof its increasing demand in the corporate. So go ahead and enjoy it over a cup of coffee!!
Ankita Velankar – Trainee Consultant - Atyaasaa Consulting Private Limited, has completed her Masters in Business Administration and has majored in Human Resource Management. Her wonderful interpersonal skills help her in creating quality relations and enhance her learnings in the field of training and development. She is highly passionate about learning languages, teaching and dancing. NOTES FROM SUB-EDITOR Ankita Velankar
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