Tuesday 4:00 - 6:15 pm - You have the option to either attend face to face meetings in EB 368 OR connect synchronously online through Webex
|INSTRUCTOR||Dr. Florence Martin
Office: EDN 344
|OFFICE HOURS||Tuesday/ Thursday 1 to 3 pm
Other times: Available by appointment
|COURSE OVERVIEW||This course provides an introduction to the field of human performance technology (HPT). It examines basic concepts and principles of human performance, human performance system models, and various approaches to solving human performance problems. In depth analysis of performance improvement interventions (performance support systems, job analysis/work design, personal development, human resource development, organizational communication, organizational design and development, financial systems) and their implementation within organizations is emphasized.|
|WSE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK||The Watson School of Education develops highly competent and effective professionals to serve in educational leadership roles. All educators must use data for decisions, reflect upon their practice, exemplify their commitment to professional standards, implement appropriate communication strategies, and strive to meet the needs of all learners. Assignments in this course will assist you in preparing you to be a competent professional and a leader. Refer to the Visual Schematic of the conceptual framework.|
|TEXTBOOKS||Required: Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People,
Processes, and Performance (3rd Edition)
Written by Van Tiem, Moseley, and Dessinger (2006). $50 from Wiley
Required: Performance Improvement Interventions: Enhancing People, Processes, and Organizations through Performance Technology. Written by Van Tiem, Moseley, and Dessinger (2006) - $50 from Wiley
|COURSE OBJECTIVES||The overall course objectives are:
The course grade will be determined by the following activities and projectsA, A- = 90-100 means outstanding achievement; available only for the highest accomplishment.
B+, B, B- = 80- 89 means praiseworthy performance; definitely above average.
C+, C, C- = 70- 79 means average, awarded for satisfactory performance.
|TECHNOLOGY WEB ACCESS||This course is designed as an online course with synchronous on-line meetings.
The on-line format of the course will use the Horizon Wimba Virtual Classroom and Blackboard vista system which you have access to through UNCW Sea Port or directly by using this URL address: http://ncvista.blackboard.com. You are expected to check the Blackboard on a regular basis for updated information.
You will need a headset with microphone and a webcam to participate in the synchronous online classes.
|ATTENDANCE POLICY||Attendance is required. Your active participation in this class is crucial to its success. Because of its interactive, group nature, I depend on you to build and shape the course. Participation involves a combination of attendance, appropriate discussion, completion of assignments and active listening. Any absences should be discussed with the instructor. Please call and leave a message or email me within 24 hours if you are unable to make it to class for any reason. Extreme emergencies and/or documented absences will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Out of respect for all of our busy schedules, we will begin class promptly. Please arrive on campus in time to park and get to our classroom before class begins. Late arrivals or departures may be considered absences.|
|SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS||If for any reason you have needs for special accommodations to fulfill class requirements and succeed in this class, contact me between the first and second class in person, by phone, or email. Your special needs may be related to physical disabilities, learning disabilities, or any other special need you may have. If you would need special accommodations due to unexpected events in your personal life during the course of the semester, contact me as soon as possible. Refer to Student Support Offices and Services section of the university's Student Catalogue.|
|PLAGIARISM||You are expected to complete your own work. If you use ideas and excerpts from other people and/or resources you must cite and properly reference them in your work. Review the university's policy with respect to plagiarism. If the policy is not clear to you, please ask me for an explanation or examples. Click here to view the Code of Student Life.|
|ACADEMIC HONOR CODE||The UNCW Provost has asked all UNCW faculty to make reference -in course syllabi - to the "Academic Honor Code" which can be found in the Student Handbook of Student Life, Section V. Please regard this as a reminder that all UNCW students and faculty are held to the terms of the Academic Honor Code. UNCW practices a zero-tolerance policy for violence and harassment of any kind. For emergencies contact UNCW CARE at 962-2273, Campus Police at 962-3184, or Wilmington Police at 911. For University or community resources visit http://uncw.edu/wrc/crisis.htm. Refer to the standards of professional conduct at Waston School of Education|