Talk:Instructional design/Interpersonal behaviors
Design Document[edit source]
Design Document The following describes the design driving this instructional module.
Target Audience 
• Individuals with at least a high school education, seeking knowledge and information on how to design instruction for affecting the Interpersonal Domain. This could include trainers, instructors, teachers, designers and/or workshop planners with varying levels of expertise and knowledge.
• University level students or researchers seeking information on the interpersonal domain for training and instructional purposes.
• All will already have some awareness of the training field, gained through reading books, and/or attending a training oriented conference or class.
• Individuals who ( for purposes of fulfilling professional or vocational goals, or research) seek help and information on:
- - how to define the interpersonal domain
- - Topics and issues that fall within the interpersonal domain
- - Methods and strategies that can be used to teach or plan instruction about interpersonal behaviors
- - Information on how to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the training they provide
Course Goal[edit source]
After completion of this course, trainers will be able to:
- Create and/or select instructional strategies for teaching specific interpersonal topics.
- Effectively and correctly evaluate different methods and strategies within the interpersonal domain.
- Be able to decide which training or instructional choices will be best to meet a very specific training goal within the interpersonal domain.
- Use these resources to create, plan and develop an instructional unit that is effective, efficient and appealing.
Learning Objectives[edit source]
Given a learning objective that involves an interpersonal skill, the learner will be able to create and/or select micro-level instructional strategies for designing instruction that teaches that interpersonal skill.
Given a learning objective that involves an interpersonal skill; evaluate which activities would be most effective in meeting the objectives.
Given a learning objectives that involves an interpersonal skill; select which methods would be most appealing for meeting the objective.
- Describe which topics and issues fall within the interpersonal domain.
- Define and describe various methods and strategies used for creating instruction within the interpersonal domain.
- List the delivery considerations for instruction within the interpersonal domain.
- Describe the Intelligence that deals with Interpersonal skills
- Describe the interpersonal behavior domain.
- List the strategies for instructional material development for interpersonal skills.
- Give examples of exercises which facilitate instruction for interpersonal skills.
- Define delivery methods for instruction
Given an interpersonal skill, the learner will be able to generate a micro-level instructional strategy that teaches the interpersonal skill.
Learning Experience[edit source]
This unit provide an online learning experience for students wishing to learn about instructional design methods, research, theories, strategies and issues within the Interpersonal Domain.
Within the course, students will be able to read about strategies, theories, issues and research; but will also be provided with links for their further exploration into specific areas within the domain of their choice.Deb1207 05:53, 23 February 2007 (UTC)
The learning experience will be self-paced and will include a variety of examples related to instruction within the interpersonal domain. --Kaholden 22:51, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
Where appropriate, examples will be further demonstrated with pictures, audio or links to video.Casvilar 00:03, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
Team, I have edited the design document above to consolidate the content and model how to write and structure the goals and objectives. You may continue to edit these elements, please please do so without signing or adding things out of the structure -- edit directly in the structure. Your next task is to develop a prototype lesson for one of the enabling objectives. Someone should take the lead, choose one, and begin development. Others should contribute, edit, and elaborate. For fairness, everyone will take the lead on at least one of the enabling objectives. Let's start with the prototype, then apply what we learn to the other objectives. Phonebein 21:01, 27 February 2007 (UTC)
Added a discussion section. --Kaholden 21:55, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
Does anyone have any readings that they can recommend that deal with the interpersonal domain? (Beyond the chapters that touch on it in the GB II.) --Kaholden 22:18, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
I have not found any readings yet that totally deal with interpersonal behavior/domain as it relates to instruction. One article I have found by Charlotte Vaughan refers to the domain as The Experiential and Interpersonal. I'll share more as I find them. Right now I am finding general explanations. Still looking for that in-depth article.Casvilar 00:14, 26 February 2007 (UTC)
I have been trying to figure out a way to help us clarify and focus and here is what I came up with. I feel it can be confusing to keep one's head staight about what we're trying to do. But imagine you have a friend who is a trainer at a local community college. She was assigned the task of developing workshops (maybe on let's say team building, or leadership). Her job is to plan "whatever" (workshops, classes, activities) that will meet certain objectives in affecting "interpersonal behavior". From my research, I broke down "interpersonal" into: Deb1207 01:46, 6 March 2007 (UTC)
How to Get Along Socially with Others:
How to Be A Leader: Inspiring Others, Power Issues
How to Get Along on a Team or in a Group
Effective Ways to Manage Conflict
Do we pick from one of these to discuss???--Jamesfneal 20:03, 21 March 2007 (UTC)
Content From Article Page 3/12/07[edit source]
Just moving the content here just in case 220.127.116.11 03:59, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
Topic:Instructional Design Welcome to our discussion of the Interpersonal domain as related to instructional design and micro strategies. This site and its resources are geared to help designers, workshop planners, instructors, course planners or designers, or teachers whose projects may include informing learners about interpersonal behaviors; or who seek to positively affect interpersonal behavior in others.
These pages will include: a definition of the Interpersonal Domain ideas about effective methods and strategies for designing instruction for this domain examples of training and courses in the Interpersonal Domain links to theorists, researchers and information related to the Interpersonal Domain--Deb1207 03:10, 21 February 2007 (UTC)