Unit I Journal
Attached are UNIT 1 and UNIT 2 Reading

Instructions
After you have completed your readings for this unit, please list two to three training delivery models you have been exposed to. Then, answer the questions below.

What new knowledge, skill, or ability (KSA) did you learn?
Was the training delivery model effective in learning the KSA? Please give an explanation of why it was or was not.
How do you think the training delivery model could be improved to enhance learning?

Unit II Journal
Instructions
Reflect on a time when you participated in a training or classroom experience where the material did not fit your learning style. As a training developer, how could you make sure that you were equally covering the different learning styles and not just concentrating on how you learn best?Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.HRM 6303, Training and Development 1

Course Learning Outcomes for Unit II

Upon completion of this unit, students should be able to:

1. Formulate different developmental approaches to training.
1.1 Create training activities based on a chosen theory.

2. Describe major training-related theories.

2.1 Discuss the primary tenets of a training theory.
2.2 Explain why a theory was chosen for a specific training situation.

Course/Unit
Learning Outcomes

Learning Activity

1.1

Unit Lesson
Article: “Teaching Nontraditional Adult Students: Adult Learning Theories in

Practice”
Article: “We Knew It All Along! Using Cognitive Science to Explain How

Andragogy Works”
Unit II PowerPoint Presentation

2.1

Unit Lesson
Article: “Teaching Nontraditional Adult Students: Adult Learning Theories in

Practice”
Article: “We Knew It All Along! Using Cognitive Science to Explain How

Andragogy Works”
Webpage: TEAL Center Fact Sheet No. 11: Adult Learning Theories
Unit II PowerPoint Presentation

2.2

Unit Lesson
Article: “Teaching Nontraditional Adult Students: Adult Learning Theories in

Practice”
Article: “We Knew It All Along! Using Cognitive Science to Explain How

Andragogy Works”
Webpage: TEAL Center Fact Sheet No. 11: Adult Learning Theories
Unit II PowerPoint Presentation

Required Unit Resources

In order to access the following resources, click the links below.

Chen, J. C. (2014). Teaching nontraditional adult students: Adult learning theories in practice. Teaching in

Higher Education, 19(4), 406–418.
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Hagen, M., & Park, S. (2016). We knew it all along! Using cognitive science to explain how andragogy works.

European Journal of Training and Development, 40(3), 171–190. https://search-proquest-
com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/docview/2085704057?accountid=33337

Teaching Excellence in Adult Literacy Center. (n.d.). TEAL Center fact sheet no. 11: Adult learning theories.

Literacy Information and Communication System. https://lincs.ed.gov/state-resources/federal-
initiatives/teal/guide/adultlearning

UNIT II STUDY GUIDE

Major Training Theories

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https://lincs.ed.gov/state-resources/federal-initiatives/teal/guide/adultlearning

HRM 6303, Training and Development 2

UNIT x STUDY GUIDE

Title

Unit Lesson

Major Training Theories

The manner in which adults and children learn is different. Therefore, before embarking upon the design and
development of any training/development program, it is important to consider adult learning principles and
how adults learn bHRM 6303, Training and Development 1

Course Learning Outcomes for Unit I

Upon completion of this unit, students should be able to:

1. Formulate different developmental approaches to training.
1.1 Explain the learner-guided approach to training.
1.2 Describe methods for organizations to harness the use of self-directed training.
1.3 Explain how technology can be used to enhance training.

Course/Unit
Learning Outcomes

Learning Activity

1.1

Unit Lesson
Article: “Smart Training and Development: A Learner-Guided Approach”
Article: “Employee Perspectives on MOOCs for Workplace Learning”
Article: “Training Strategies, Theories and Types”
Article: “Curriculum Development for the Workplace Using Entrustable

Professional Activities (EPAs): AMEE Guide No. 99”
Unit I Essay

1.2

Unit Lesson
Article: “Smart Training and Development: A Learner-Guided Approach”
Article: “Employee Perspectives on MOOCs for Workplace Learning”
Article: “Training Strategies, Theories and Types”
Article: “Curriculum Development for the Workplace Using Entrustable

Professional Activities (EPAs): AMEE Guide No. 99”
Unit I Essay

1.3

Unit Lesson
Article: “Smart Training and Development: A Learner-Guided Approach”
Article: “Employee Perspectives on MOOCs for Workplace Learning”
Article: “Training Strategies, Theories and Types”
Article: “Curriculum Development for the Workplace Using Entrustable

Professional Activities (EPAs): AMEE Guide No. 99”
Unit I Essay

Required Unit Resources

In order to access the following resources, click the links below.

Cox, J. H. (2016). Smart training and development: A learner-guided approach. Performance Improvement,

55(5), 6–9.
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t=true&db=bsu&AN=115518452&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Egloffstein, M., & Ifenthaler, D. (2017). Employee perspectives on MOOCs for workplace learning.

TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 61(1), 65–70.
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t=true&db=a9h&AN=120548828&site=ehost-live&scope=site

Milhem, W., Abushamsieh, K., & Pérez Aróstegui, M. N. (2014). Training strategies, theories and types.

Journal of Accounting–Business & Management, 21(1), 12–26.
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t=true&db=bsu&AN=97184045&site=ehost-live&scope=site

UNIT I STUDY GUIDE

Developmental Approaches to Training

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