Category Archives: IPT 536

Creating a Level 1 Evaluation or Smile Sheet


This week in IPT 536 we were tasked with creating a Level 1 evaluation or “smiles” sheet.  Level 1 smiles give instructional designer insight into the participants “reaction” how effectively the content was delivered.  Level 1 evaluations are opportunities for … Continue reading

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Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation


As we know evaluation is a key part of Instructional Design — it is the only way to know whether our training program actually produced learning. Unfortunately, evaluation is also one of the parts of ID most frequently left out … Continue reading

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Applying Gagne’s 9 Event’s of Instruction


This week in IPT we are tasked with applying the Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction to a classroom/lab-based instruction or on-the-job training (OJT) instruction or online instruction. BACKGROUND: I chose to do a lesson based off of my experience using … Continue reading

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Mager and ABCD method: Writing behavioral objectives


This week in IPT 536 the focus was on writing behavioral objectives using the ABCD (audience, behavior, conditions, degree) or Mager method (performance, conditions, and criteria).  I must admit this was QUITE hard at first.  As a teacher I am … Continue reading

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Bloom’s Taxonomy and Writing Job Objectives


“Fight like you train and train like you fight.” “Training and Job Performance is all about building bridges”   As a teacher, Bloom’s taxonomy was not a new concept. At the beginning of each class, I would have students read … Continue reading

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