Presentation on theme: "An ID Model for Staff Development for the Hiawatha Seaway Council Roundtable Meetings."— Presentation transcript:
An ID Model for Staff Development for the Hiawatha Seaway Council Roundtable Meetings
Developer Objectives Roundtable committee members will be able to: –Use the Six Steps of Planning to plan roundtable meetings –Explain and demonstrate the Six Steps of Planning to other adult leaders for planning roundtable individual programs.
Define the Task Analyze the learner or audience –Who are they? –What training do they require? “How to” “FYI”
Define the Task State the objectives –Audience –Behavior –Conditions –Degree
Identify Resources Select media and materials –Computer & projector –Overhead projector –Felt board or posters –Samples
Identify Resources Media and materials should match your learner Use variety, but don’t overwhelm the learner
Consider Alternatives Re-define the task and resources Have a contingency plan
Create the Plan Re-define the task and resources Utilize media and materials
Work the Plan State your objectives –Tell them what you’re going to tell them –Tell them what you want to tell them –Tell them what you told them Require learner participation –Retention increases with active participation
Evaluate Evaluate and Revise –Did the instructor accomplish the objectives? –Did the learner gain a skill or knowledge?
Resources Boy Scouts of America. Trainer Development Conference, planning presentation. Viewed in the Hiawatha Seaway Council, March 2004. Gustafson, Kent L., & Branch, Robert Maribe. (2002). Survey of Instructional Development Models (4th ed.). Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY: ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology. Heinich, R., Molenda, M., Russell, J., & Smaldino, S. (1999). Instructional media and technologies for learning (6 th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill, Prentice-Hall.