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The following outlines the learning objectives for Module 1. 

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Module 1: INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN THEORY AND METHODS
Learning Objectives:

Upon completing Module 1, the learner will be able to: 

A. Describe the Systematic Approach to Training (SAT) for designing instruction
B. Compare and contrast two different types of learning objectives
C. Construct learning objectives
D. Understand the purpose of Instructor Guides and explain their various components

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Certifcation Details:
Modules may be taken in a stand alone manner, or as part of a Certification Program.
When a learner has successfully competed all the modules and has met the other necessary requirements (see syllabus), he or she will be eligible for a Level One Certification in Adult Learning and Training Delivery.  This certificate is provided through Leadership Development, Inc. and the Center for Workplace Excellence, or, for an additional fee, the certificate can be granted through Idaho State University.

Coursework is accepted by Idaho State University for Professional Development credits (these are not CEU's -- Professional Development credits can be used for degree-seeking undergraduate students as electives).  Call the Center for Workplace Excellence at (208) 375-7606 for more details.

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