Instructional design/BADL

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Welcome to BDAL Introduction to BDAL Challenges Organizational Culture BDAL Participants Design Situation Analysis

Designing Business Driven Action Learning[edit | edit source]

Welcome to the lesson for Designing Business Driven Action Learning!

This lesson is prepared for instructional designers in organizational settings who want to add the Business Driven Action Learning (BDAL) instructional approach to their instruction design toolbox.

  • Anchored instruction
  • Authentic learning environments
  • Business Driven Action Learning
  • Cognitive apprenticeship
  • Case based learning    
  • Direct instruction
  • Discovery based learning
  • Drill and practice    
red toolbox
  • Expository teaching
  • Hands-on learning
  • Individualized instruction
  • Inquiry-based instruction
  • Instructional game
  • Instructional simulation
  • Learner-centered instruction
  • Problem-based learning/instruction
  • Project-based learning/instruction    

Learning Objectives[edit | edit source]

Lesson Goal[edit | edit source]

The following goal describes the desired behavior of learners several months after completing this lesson:

Instructional designers will choose to use Business Driven Action Learning methods when the appropriate conditions are present in the organizations they are working for.  The result will be appropriate implementation of the BDAL model for the learning project.

Key Learning Objectives[edit | edit source]

At the completion of this Wikiversity module, learners will meet the following performance objectives:

Given a description of a design situation, the learner will analyze the situation in terms of its applicability of the BDAL method by comparing their answer to an expert response. Learner must agree with at least 3 of the 4 criterion for the appropriate decision.

  • Given a list of 7 business challenges, learner will correctly identify 4 challenges that are most applicable to BDAL.
  • Given descriptions of 3 organizational cultures, the learner will correctly identify which one is most conducive for BDAL.
  • Given a set of 5 potential candidates for a BDAL action set, learners will correctly identify which 3 are the best for BDAL.

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Welcome to BDAL Introduction to BDAL Challenges Organizational Culture BDAL Participants Design Situation Analysis