Back in my first post for this blog, I tried comparing human performance technology (HPT) with instructional design (ID). While the differences and similarities between the fields are interesting, perhaps an even more useful question to ask is how the two can come together to strengthen each other. This afternoon, I went into our course […]
This week I saw a presentation by Amanda Borosh, a special education teacher and behavior analyst who is currently a doctoral student at Purdue. In her work, she applies implementation science and organizational behavior management (OBM) to K-12 education. Unfortunately, I couldn’t attend the live presentation (I was hosting a review session for another class […]
Defining HPT First of all, what is human performance technology? More importantly, what are humans? What is performance? What is technology? That may be a strange way to put it. But after skimming through many definitions which made my head spin, I really appreciated the way the term is broken down in an article by […]
Hello and welcome to my new blog category! My previous posts here have been about art projects, but I’m starting this new category as part of a school assignment. I’m a Master’s student in Purdue University’s Learning Design and Technology (LDT) Program, and beginning one of my final courses! The posts on this LDT blog […]
About this blog
I’m currently a Master’s student in Purdue’s Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program. On this blog, I will be reflecting on one of my final courses, Human Performance Technology.
Other LDT projects
You can see some of my previous projects for the LDT program at the links below.