Published on September 17, 2008
NEEDS ANALYSIS By Tami Lenker
THIS IS WILL. HIS MOTHER THINKS HE HAS A NEED.
HIS NEED IS TO LEARN TO TIE HIS SHOES.
LET’S CONDUCT A NEEDS ANALYSIS…
1. WHAT PROBLEM EXISTS OR WHAT CHANGE IS BEING REQUESTED? Will’s mother wants Will to learn to tie his own shoes.
WHO IS BEING ASKED TO CHANGE? Will.
WHAT IS CURRENTLY TAKING PLACE IN THIS ENVIRONMENT WITH THIS INDIVIDUAL? To answer this question an instructional designer needs to gather specific information through interviews and observations.
LET’S INTERVIEW WILL. . . What are your favorite shoes?
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