Models for Trainers: An A to I Guide

door Samuel A. Malone
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70 pages
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 English
This is an A to I guide of the best models currently available for learning facilitators/trainers. The models in this guide range from the ADDIE model to the Input/Process/Output/Model.
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This is an A to I guide and resource book of the best learning models currently available for learning facilitators/trainers. The models in this guide ranges from the ADDIE model of course design to the Input//Process/Output/Feedback Model of learning. In between you will encounter many other models, some of which are critical to a good understanding of modern training, learning and teaching practice.   The models cover a huge range of topics – all of which have relevance for training professionals and those interested in personal-development. Each model is accompanied by an illustrative diagram and appropriate quotation. The diagrams will help users to grasp the key concepts behind the model quickly and easily.

About the author

Samuel A Malone is a self-employed training consultant, lecturer, moderator, examiner and author. He has published numerous journal articles in the fields of learning, study skills, personal development, motivation and management. He is the author of 21 books published in Ireland, the UK and worldwide on learning, personal development, study skills and business management. Some of his books have been translated into foreign languages including Russian, Spanish, Danish and Norwegian, and gone into second editions. His most recent book (2014) is titled Awaken the Genius Within – A Guide to Lifelong Learning Skills (Glasnevin Publishing, Dublin). He has a M.Ed. with distinction (in training and development) from the University of Sheffield and is a qualified Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA), Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) and a Chartered Secretary (ACIS) and a member of the Irish Institute of Industrial Engineers. He is a Fellow of the Irish Institute of Training and Development (FIITD).

  • Introduction
  1. ADDIE Model
  2. Adult Learning 
  3. ARCS Motivation Model 
  4. Bloom’s Taxonomy 
  5. CAP Model of Learning 
  6. Case Study Method 
  7. CIRO Model 
  8. Cognitive Dissonance 
  9. Cone of Experience 
  10. Conscious Competence Learning Model 
  11. CRAMP Model of On-The-Job Learning Skills 
  12. Critical Incident Technique 
  13. Four Styles of Learning 
  14. Input, Process, Output, Feedback Training Model 
  • Acknowledgements 
  • About the Author