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Instructor Competencies : Standards for Face-to-face, Online, and Blended Settings - James D. Klein

Instructor Competencies

Standards for Face-to-face, Online, and Blended Settings

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Dedication. The ibstpi Board. Acknowledgements. Author Biographical Sketches. Foreword. Preface. Chapter 1: An Introduction to Instructor Competencies Overview. The Evolution of Instructor Competence. Traditional Conceptualizations of Instruction. New Learning Paradigms. New Educational Technologies.

Forewordp. xiii
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
An Introduction to Instructor Competenciesp. 1
Overviewp. 1
The Evolution of Instructor Competencep. 2
Traditional Conceptualizations of Instructionp. 2
New Learning Paradigmsp. 5
New Educational Technologiesp. 6
New Roles and Settings for Instructorsp. 8
Face-to-Face Settingsp. 8
Online Settingsp. 9
Blended Settingsp. 10
Conclusionp. 10
The ibstpi Competency Development Modelp. 13
Overviewp. 13
What is a Competency?p. 13
The Competency Development Modelp. 14
Applying the Model to Instructor Competenciesp. 17
Review of Literature and Practicep. 17
Competency Identification and Validationp. 17
Competency Revision and Final Approvalp. 18
Assumptions about the ibstpi Instructor Competenciesp. 19
Conclusionp. 21
The ibstpi Instructor Competenciesp. 23
Overviewp. 23
Professional Foundationsp. 24
Planning and Preparationp. 24
Instructional Methods and Strategiesp. 25
Assessment and Evaluationp. 27
Managementp. 27
Instructor Competencies: Discussion and Rationalep. 29
Overviewp. 29
Professional Foundationsp. 29
Planning and Preparationp. 34
Instructional Methods and Strategiesp. 37
Assessment and Evaluationp. 50
Managementp. 53
Conclusionp. 56
Uses of the ibstpi Instructor Competenciesp. 59
Overviewp. 59
Individual Usesp. 60
Instructorsp. 60
Training Managersp. 61
Instructional Designersp. 61
Evaluatorsp. 62
Personnel Managersp. 62
Academicsp. 63
Organizational Usesp. 63
Training Departmentsp. 63
Personnel Departmentsp. 64
University Programsp. 65
Train-the-Trainer Programsp. 65
Learning Organization Programsp. 65
Instructor Competencies and Certificationp. 66
Standardsp. 67
Certificationp. 68
Components of a Certification Examinationp. 68
The Certification Processp. 69
Conclusionp. 70
The Competency Validation Studyp. 71
Overviewp. 71
Foundation of the ibstpi Instructor Competenciesp. 71
Worldwide Validation Studyp. 74
Conclusionp. 87
Epiloguep. 89
Referencesp. 91
Appendicies
The 1993 ibstpi Instructor Competenciesp. 97
The ibstpi Code of Ethics for Instructorsp. 101
Backgroundp. 101
Instructor Rolesp. 102
Responsibilities to Learnersp. 102
Responsibilities to Other Individualsp. 103
Responsibilities to Organizationsp. 103
Responsibilities to Societyp. 104
Responsibility to the Professionp. 104
A Practical Framework for Ethicsp. 104
Conclusionp. 105
Resources for Instructorsp. 107
Professional Associationsp. 107
Journalsp. 111
Digital Repositories and Electronic Forumsp. 114
Noteworthy Booksp. 116
Glossary of Termsp. 119
About the Authorsp. 131
Author Indexp. 133
Subject Indexp. 137
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ISBN: 9781593112363
ISBN-10: 159311236X
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 164
Published: 5th September 2000
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 0.8
Weight (kg): 0.24
Edition Number: 3