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The Kirkpatrick Model of Training Evaluation (With Examples)

This article explores the Kirkpatrick model of training evaluation, which is the most well-known and widely-implemented evaluation model in the field of instructional design. Plenty of real-world examples included!

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What is Performance Support and Why is it Effective?

This post explores performance support as a technique to improve human performance. It outlines why this approach is so effective, as well as some of the terminology used to discuss the different types of performance support.

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The ADDIE Model of Instructional Design

The ADDIE model, developed by Florida State University in the 1970s, is the most well-known framework for designing instruction to improve human performance. In this article we'll explore each phase of the model, then we'll discuss some of its shortcomings.

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4 Types of Analysis for Instructional Design

You've likely heard about the importance of analysis for instructional design, but what are you supposed to analyze? This article outlines four common types of analysis for instructional design and why they're useful.

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