In my last post, I talked about teaching HPI to college graduate students with Dr. Vicki Stieha of the department of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning (OPWL) at Boise State University (BSU).
This time around, I thought it would be interesting to talk with two other BSU OPWL professors, Dr. Lisa Giacumo and Dr. Steve Villachica, about LeaPs, which is OPWL’s self-created instructional design model.
We’ll talk about what ADDIE is and isn’t, and we’ll touch on what a model is. We’ll get into the “performance” focus of LeaPs (which is why we’re discussing it here at the HPT Treasures blog), and we’ll talk about things like context, project management, iterations, design thinking, empathy, formative evaluation, heuristics, and of course offer some encouragement to people just getting into instructional design.
The recording of our discussion is immediately below. And there are some useful links below the video and an image of the LeaPs ID model below that as well. Enjoy and thanks to Drs. G & V!
The Boise State University Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Website
ADDIE Is NOT an Instructional Design Model? Now What? by Alexander Salas
Design Thinking for Learning Innovation by Arun Pradhan (on LinkedIn)
The Agile Manifesto by the Agile Alliance
In Search of the Elusive ADDIE Model by Michael Molenda (originally published in Performance Improvement, 2013
The “Wiki” entry for the Medici Family, sponsors supreme
Some of the MANY excellent Evidence-Based Training Researchers & Practitioners out there
My earlier recorded discussion with Guy Wallace about his own experiences in HPI
And below we’ve include an image of the LeaPs model (thanks to BSU OPWL for this!).