Trainers, instructional designers, e-learning professionals, and the entire cadre of Workplace Learning & Performance practitioners are busy working to meet tight deadlines, shrinking budgets, and increasing demands for top results. Relying on more than 20 years in the profession as well as a growing body of research, respected training practitioner and author, Ruth Colvin Clark has brought together evidence about learning—evidence that has been accessed, interpreted, and now disseminated in this brand-new title just for training professionals. Here are solutions to pressing questions trainers face daily—what are the proven methods to implement learning with graphics, audio, and text. What are the most powerful universal instructional methods to maximize learning and what technology is best suited to what method.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Training Fads and Fiction
- Part I: Learning and the Elements of Instruction
- Part II: Evidence-Based Use of Visuals and Words
- Part III: Evidence-Based Use of Examples and Practice
- Part IV: Leveraging Learning Architectures
- Part V: What's Next?
- About the Author
- Title: Evidence-Based Training Methods: A Guide for Training Professionals
- Release date: March 2010
- Publisher(s): Association for Talent Development
- ISBN: 9781562867041