How to Develop Checklists
This mini-workshop answers when and why to use checklists compared to rubrics. Your tool will help you and your subject matter experts develop checklists that capture the key behaviors expected of someone who can do a task to standard. You will see examples of well-designed and poorly designed checklists.
Objectives: Given a request to create checklists to judge people's proficiency in a task, you will:
Length: 45 minutes
Materials: Guidelines with rules for creating checklists
This mini-webinar covers the ins and outs of creating a rubric that captures the attributes of a behavior ranging from not acceptable to exemplar. The tool includes probing questions you can use with your subject matter experts to identify the features or nuances that distinguish the very good from the barely acceptable. You will see examples of rubrics and learn why they work.
Objectives: You will be able to:
Length: 60 minutes
Materials: Workbook with guidelines
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Operational definitions explain what the performance is, why it is important, and how it is done. The output is information that will help you and your subject matter experts decide on the best testing method and get the information required to create effective performance-based tests. You will see good and bad examples and get a tool designed to help you get valid information.
Conducting observational interviews is a key skill for anyone who has been charged with finding out how experts do their work and why they make the decisions they do. The tool includes a set of questions you can adapt and a protocol for setting up and conducting the process. You will find out how to avoid common mistakes.
Ever wonder why some people are just better at doing a task than other people? This data gathering method is specifically designed to surface the attributes that discriminate those who do well from those who do average. The tool includes a set of guidelines for how to design and conduct the interview with examples of questions you can refine for your own situation
Future of Work
What it Means for YOUR Organization
A New Date!
Presented by The Hale Center and
Knapp & Associates International
Why the New Date?
Many people told us that the date was inconvenient and asked that it be changed.
Who is this workshop for?
Board and staff who are future oriented, seeking to understand how critical trends are changing the workplace, and who want to implement actions today to ensure their professional development and credentialing programs will be prepared for the future.
How will you and your organization benefit from this experience?
What our participants say
“Judy and Lenora presented a well-researched and well-organized workshop for us on the Future of Work. The trends they selected were directly impacting the future of work and the case studies and change management exercises were thoughtful and immediately applicable the next day back at the office.”
Rose Noxon, PHD, CPT
President, International Society for Performance Improvement
“Judith Hale and Lenora Knapp created a most interactive and engaging workshop! Learning about “The Future of Work” enabled participants from several industries, government, academic institutions and non-profits to work together on practical exercises and case studies. Concepts and tools can be immediately applied in the workplace.”
Dr. Nancy Crain Burns, CPT,
International Society for Performance Improvement, Board of Directors
“We don’t have the time or resources to pull together and synthesize all this information. You’ve made it doable for us to prepare for the future.”
“The case studies were realistic and helped me to tie together and apply everything I learned in the workshop.”
“The level of collaboration and learning which this workshop fostered was amazing!”
Contact us now to learn more:
Judy Hale, PhD, email@example.com
Lenora G. Knapp, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org
$595 for General Public $525 for Professional Members
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