Signature Assignment: Body of Knowledge, Introduced level
In this assignment, your body of knowledge skills will be assessed. The body of knowledge rubric will be useful for this purpose. In HRM402, your body of knowledge skills will be assessed at the “introduced” level. In MGT411, they will be assessed at the “reinforced” level. Finally, in MGT412, your body of knowledge skills will be assessed at the “emphasized” level. The grading rubric for body of knowledge at the undergraduate level has been developed to measure student success in meeting the HRM402 Case 3 expectations. Rubrics for the other two courses are included in their respective assignments.
Overview of the Case Project that spans four modules:
NOTE: In this assignment you will prepare a 2- or 3-page Section 4 AND a 4- to 5-minute training video.
As you complete the four Case assignments in this class, you are preparing, section by section, one large project. You will practice what you have learned by planning a training program following the ADDIE model.
Section 3—Implementation. Include Sections 1 & 2 above your Section 3 before you submit your assignment to the Case 3 dropbox.
Having the prior sections all in one paper will show how the phases build upon each other and will also make the paper easier to write and review. Only the section due for a specific module will be graded in that module, since the prior sections were graded previously in their respective dropboxes.
Continue with the training topic you chose in Case 1. DO NOT CHANGE TOPICS. Go through, step by step, the Implementation phase of the ADDIE model, covering everything in detail as it pertains to your training topic. Be as specific as possible. If there is unknown information, make logical assumptions for the information needed and include a section in your paper showing the assumptions you made. Bring in at least one high-quality peer-reviewed academic source found outside of your course materials to help build your paper (be sure to cite sources). The University’s online library is your best source for finding appropriate peer-reviewed academic journal articles.
- Train the trainers (you are the instructional designer; someone in the field will be the trainer). Briefly discuss the objectives, activities, media and assessments needed. Discuss these aspects as your Section 4. ALSO—
- Provide a 4- to 5-minute video of a sample from your training course, prepared to show the trainers what you expect. For example, if the ultimate learners are to learn how to clean a bathroom, then cover that content in the video.
Once you have completed the two components needed, submit both your paper and video to the Case 3 dropbox by the assignment due date.
Citation and reference style instructions are available at https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/. Also see Trident University’s Student Guide to Writing a High-Quality Academic Paper.
You will find the following useful as you critique sources:
Cornell University. (2015). Critically analyzing information sources: Critical appraisal and analysis. Retrieved from http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/skill26.htm
Cornell University. (2014). Evaluating Web sites: Criteria and tools. Retrieved from http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/webeval.html