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ISPI - Ten Standards: Instructional Design

Review the 10 standards as defined by ISPI. How do the 10 standards relate to the design of an instructional plan which you are familiar?

The ten standards are based on ISPI's four principles, following a systematic process, and agreeing to a code of ethics. They are summarized as follows:
1. Focus on results and help clients focus on results.
2. Look at situations systemically, taking into consideration the larger context, including competing pressures, resource constraints, and anticipated change.
3. Add value in how you do the work and through the work itself.
4. Utilize partnerships or collaborate with clients and other experts as required.
5. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the assessment of the need or opportunity.
6. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the analysis of the work and workplace to identify the cause or factors that limit performance.
7. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the design of the solution or specification of the requirements of the solution.
8. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the development of all or some of the solution and its elements.
9. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the implementation of the solution.
10. Be systematic in all aspects of the process, including the evaluation of the process and the results.

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The instructional design that most encompasses these laurels and tenets according to my personal experience are the technological upgrades conducted by me for my own private business. When I ...

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The expert focuses the results to help clients focus on results. The partnerships or collaborated with clients and other experts required are determined.

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