Chapter TenPlanning Noninstructional Interventions

According to Instructional Design Competencies: The Standards (2013), instructional designers should be able to (Koszalka, Russ-Eft, and Reiser 2013, 50) “plan noninstructional interventions (advanced). This is an advanced competency and it includes three performance statements, all of which are advanced.” The performance standards include: “(1) Identify which, if any, noninstructional interventions are appropriate (for example, performance support, knowledge management, personnel selection, job redesign, incentive systems) (advanced); (2) Justify why noninstructional interventions are appropriate (advanced); (3) Create design specifications for noninstructional interventions (advanced)” (Koszalka, ...

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