[Idl-discuss] Idl-discuss Digest, Vol 21, Issue 1

Charles Campbell ccampbell4200 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 13:39:26 UTC 2016


Mellissa,
My guess is that you are correct about this may be a sign of a recruiter
who is not familiar with instructional design.
I would suggest reading up on the typical (Reaction, Learning, Behavior,
and Results) Kirkpatrick model, which are all fairly straight forward and
easy to understand.
I used that in a job interview a few years ago, and the interviewers
thought I was an instructional design expert (which I am not).
Just my thoughts.
 - Chuck

Charles E. Campbell
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Charles E. Campbell
121 Prospect Street
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ccampbell4200 at gmail.com
607-373-0910

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>    1. Kirkpatrick or Fitzpatrick Model of Evaluation? (Mellissa Ruryk)
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> Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2016 14:47:40 -0700
> From: "Mellissa Ruryk" <mruryk at shaw.ca>
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> I might be having a job interview soon where a requirement has been
> expressed as, "Knowledge with evaluation models such as the Fitzpatrick
> model "
>
> Of course, I Googled and found that there are few references to
> "Fitzpatrick
> Evaluation Model" but quite a few to the Kirkpatrick model. Does anyone
> have
> any insights (on either) to share so I can sound intelligent? This is
> coming
> through a recruiter (and as many of us are aware, recruiters are often
> unfamiliar with instructional design - or technical writing as a whole) and
> has perhaps made a mistake. On the other hand, I believe she has passed on
> the requirements directly from her client. So. perhaps the client is trying
> to weed out "poseurs" who really don't know much about instructional design
> (and/or how to use Google to prepare for an interview!)
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> I'd appreciate any thoughts you might like to offer.
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> TIA,
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> Mellissa Ruryk
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