This project was completed for Learning, Cognition, and Instructional Design and Development, Fall 2018.
Thrive Principles: Positive Instruction for Growing Learners incorporates Seligman’s positive psychology—especially the elements of Duckworth’s grit and Dweck’s growth mindset—with a mastery-based learning approach. While the paper focuses on the higher education context, I could easily adapt this approach to a business setting.
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This is a learner-centered instructional intervention, modeled after chapters in the textbook, Instructional Design Theories and Models: The Learner-Centered Paradigm of Education. This proposal discusses the following:
- Learning environment
- Instructional development constraints
- About ends
- About means
- About priorities
- About power
- Universal Principles
- Situational Principles
- Implementation Issues