Debrief - Training based on ADDIE model

debrief – training assessment, design, development, implementation and evaluation

DESIGNING Before you design any program, you need to keep in mind the adult learning process. This will help you formulate an effective design.

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ADULTS ARE AUTONOMOUS AND SELF DIRECTED

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ADULTS HAVE LIFE EXPERIENCES AND KNOWLEDGE

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ADULTS ARE GOAL ORIENTED

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ADULTS ARE RELEVANCY ORIENTED

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ADULTS ARE PRACTICAL

ADULTS NEED TO BE SHOWN RESPECT

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While making a design for a workshop/training program you need to take note of certain points:

FOR THE FIRST HOUR PEOPLE EVALUATE THE TRAINER

FROM 11:00 AM TO 1:00 PM MOST LEARNING HAPPENS

POST LUNCH ACTIVITIES MUST BE INCLUDED

Making an appropriate format for a design will help bring out the essence of the training and development program. It gives the trainer a direction to follow while also permitting some deviations. Before making a design for a program you need to understand the learning styles of people. This helps you enlist the program methodology, pedagogy, etc.

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INDIVIDUALISTIC

SOCIAL

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DOING

THINKING

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DEDUCTIVE

INDUCTIVE

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PART FOCUS

BIG PICTURE FOCUS

Format of a design Ideally, a design must start with:  An objective

It shows the intent of the program. It gives a clear- cut picture of why the program is crafted. This would help in achieving the required program outcomes.  The methodology The methodology will be based on the learning styles of individuals. The methodology should be cleverly formed to keep up the interest of the participants throughout the workshop.

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