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Instructional Design Competencies:
The Standards
Third Edition

By Rita C. Richey
Wayne State University

Dennis C. Fields
St. Cloud State University

Marguerite Foxon
Motorola, Inc.
With
Robert C. Roberts, Timothy Spannaus, and J. Michael Spector

Table of Contents

Part I -- The IBSTPI ID Competencies: Development, Interpretation and Application

1. Instructional Design Competence

    Instructional Design: Yesterday and Today
    Competence and the IBSTPI Competency Development Model
      The Nature of Competence and Competencies
      The IBSTPI Generic Competency Development Model
      Implementing the Model
    Assumptions of the IBSTPI ID Competencies
    An Overview of the ID Competency Discussion
2. The 2000 IBSTPI Instructional Design Competencies
    The ID Domains, Competencies and Performance Statements: 2000 Version
3. The ID Competencies: Discussion and Analysis
         With Timothy W. Spannaus and J. Michael Spector
    Professional Foundations
    Planning and Analysis
    Design and Development
    Implementation and Management
    Conclusions
4. The Role and Use of ID Competencies
         With Robert C. Roberts
    ID Competency Utility
      Competency Use by Practicing Designers
      Competency Use by Design Managers
      Competency Use by Academics
      Competency Use by Professional Development Suppliers
    ID Competencies and Designer Certification
      The Case for Certification
      Certification Issues
    Conclusions
5. The Competencies and ID Specialization
    The Nature of ID Specialization
    The Analyst/Evaluator
      Professional Foundations Skills
      Planning and Analysis Skills
      Design and Development Skills
      Implementation and Management Skills
    The E-Learning Specialist
      Professional Foundations Skills
      Planning and Analysis Skills
      Design and Development Skills
      Implementation and Management Skills
    The Project Management Specialist
      Professional Foundations Skills
      Planning and Analysis Skills
      Implementation and Management Skills
    Conclusions

Part II -- The IBSTPI ID Competencies: Validation

6. The Competency Validation Research

    The Foundational Research
      Atchison Study Song Study
    The Validation Research
      Purpose and Scope of the Study
      Procedures
      Description of the Respondents
      Levels of Support
      Levels of Expertise
    Implications for Final ID Competencies