Table of contents for Instructor competencies : standards for face-to-face, online, and blended settings / James D. Klein ... [et al.].

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Foreword
William J. Rothwell xiii
Preface
Timothy Spannaus and Barbara Grabowski xvii
Acknowledgments
xix
1.
An Introduction to Instructor Competencies
1
Overview
1
The Evolution of Instructor Competence
2
Traditional Conceptualizations of Instruction 2
New Learning Paradigms 5
New Educational Technologies 6
New Roles and Settings for Instructors
8
Face-to-Face Settings 8
Online Settings 9
Blended Settings 10
Conclusion
10
2.
The ibstpi Competency Development Model
13
Overview
13
What is a Competency?
13
The Competency Development Model
14
Applying the Model to Instructor Competencies
17
Phase 1: Review of Literature and Practice 17
Phase 2: Competency Identification and Validation 17
Phase 3: Competency Revision and Final Approval 18
Assumptions about the ibstpi Instructor Competencies
19
Conclusion
21
3.
The ibstpi Instructor Competencies
23
Overview
23
Professional Foundations
24
Planning and Preparation
24
Instructional Methods and Strategies
25
Assessment and Evaluation
27
Management
27
4.
Instructor Competencies: Discussion and Rationale
29
Overview
29
Professional Foundations
29
Planning and Preparation
34
Instructional Methods and Strategies
37
Assessment and Evaluation
50
Management
53
Conclusion
56
5.
Uses of the ibstpi Instructor Competencies
59
Overview
59
Individual Uses
60
Instructors 60
Training Managers 61
Instructional Designers 61
Evaluators 62
Personnel Managers 62
Academics 63
Organizational Uses
63
Training Departments 63
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Personnel Departments 64
University Programs 65
Train-the-Trainer Programs 65
Learning Organization Programs 65
Instructor Competencies and Certification
66
Standards
67
Certification
68
Components of a Certification Examination 68
The Certification Process 69
Conclusion
70
6.
The Competency Validation Study
71
Overview
71
Foundation of the ibstpi Instructor Competencies
71
Worldwide Validation Study
74
Conclusion
87
Epilogue
89
References
91
Appendicies
A.
The 1993 ibstpi Instructor Competencies
97
B.
The ibstpi Code of Ethics for Instructors
101
Background
101
Instructor Roles
102
Responsibilities to Learners
102
Responsibilities to Other Individuals
103
Responsibilities to Organizations
103
Responsibilities to Society
104
Responsibility to the Profession
104
A Practical Framework for Ethics
104
Conclusion
105
C.
Resources for Instructors
107
Professional Associations
107
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Journals
111
Digital Repositories and Electronic Forums
114
Noteworthy Books
116
D.
Glossary of Terms
119
About the Authors
131
Index
133

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Employee training personnel.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Performance standards.