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Instructional

Plan
Dealing With
Disappointment Workshop

Plan Overview
1. Workshop Description
2. Target Audience
3. Delivery Modality & Length of Training Session
4. Instructional Goals & Objectives
5. Learning Methodology
6. Instructional Strategies & Activities
7. Instructional Technology
8. Time Line
9. Individuals Involved
10.Resources
11.Implementation Plan
12.Assessments/Evaluation Instruments

Workshop Description
The Dealing with Disappointment
workshop provides participants in the
ESE program with tips and tools on
how to effectively combat the feeling
of despair that accompanies
unemployment.

Topics covered:
Building self-esteem
Overcoming fear
Developing assertiveness
Fostering power thinking
Utilizing a short presentation on each
topic, worksheets, videos, and group
discussion the workshop explores
each topic. By employing the tips and
techniques presented in the
workshop, participants will be able to
combat the depression and
disappointment that results from the
inevitable rejection that is
experienced during job seeking.

Target Audience

Age range: 19 56 years old.

Parents with children under age 18.

Receiving cash aide and food stamps.

Worked within the last two years.

Previous work experience: varies from


having worked one job, to having worked
multiple jobs.

Education: completion of eight grad only


to those who hold a Bachelors Degree.

Delivery Modality
& Length of Training
Session
Length of Training
Delivery Modality

Instructor-led classroom
training that is interactive.
The training is delivered using
PowerPoint, Videos and
worksheets to stimulate
discussion.

Session

The training is delivered in


one two-hour session.
Learning continues
throughout the program
during one-to-one coaching
sessions.

Instructional Goals
& Objectives

Instructional Goal
#1

Instructional
Objectives

The Dealing with


Disappointment workshop
participant, given a short
presentation on self esteem
and the "Improving Self
Esteem" worksheet, will
identify two elements of self
esteem that they need to
work on and develop a plan
for improving these elements
by the end of week two of
their participation.

1. After attending the Dealing

with Disappointment
workshop, and by the end of
four weeks, participants in the
ESE program will be able to
identify areas of their selfesteem that need
improvement.

2. After attending the Dealing

with Disappointment
workshop, and by the end of
four weeks, participants in the
ESE program will be able to
develop a plan for improving
elements of their self-esteem.

Instructional Goals
& Objectives (cont.)

Instructional Goal
#2

Instructional
Objectives

1. After attending the Dealing with


The Dealing with
Disappointment workshop
participant, Given a short
presentation on turning fear
into action and the
"Conquering Fear" worksheet,
will demonstrate
understanding by identifying
and explaining the five steps
for turning fear into action by
the end of week two of their
participation.

Disappointment workshop, and


by the end of four weeks,
participants in the ESE program
will be able to recognize they
ways in which fear becomes a
roadblock to achieving their full
potential.

2. After attending the Dealing with


Disappointment workshop, and
by the end of four weeks,
participants in the ESE program
will be able to manage fear and
use it as a tool for action rather
than allowing the fear to
paralyze them.

Learning Methodology
The goals and objectives are
achieved by utilizing collaborative
and project-based learning
techniques that challenge learners
critical thinking skills.
By using various worksheets that
present real - life situations,
participants collaborate to develop
responses to the situation.
This guides the learner to a deeper
understanding of the ways in which
poor self-esteem and fear become a
barrier to achieving full potential in
life.

Instructional Strategies &


Activities

Lecture

Worksheets

Small Group Projects

Class discussion

Instructional Technology

MS PowerPoint
Videos

Time Line
Program
Length

ESE
Program
will last six
months.

Worksho
p
Length

Dealing with
Disappointm
ent
Workshop is
two hours in
length, held
on Friday
each week
for new
participants.

Projecte
d Start
Date

10/24/2014

Individuals Involved
Administrato
r
Junior Russo

Facilitators

Sheila
OKane

Lola Benders

Andrew
Martinez

Job
Developers

Michelle
Whitendale

Yvonne
Ramirez

Adriana
Smith

Resources

Self-esteem
Worksheet

Conquering Fear
Worksheet

Dealing with
Disappointment
PowerPoint
Presentation

Implementation Plan

Communication Plan

Building Interest and


Commitment

Participant Selection

Evaluation Instruments
Formative
Evaluation

Used throughout the


design process
Provides feedback on
how the process is
proceeding
Allows for Improvement
before instruction has
occurred

Summative
Evaluation

After Instruction

Determine effectiveness

Did the instruction bring


about the desired
changes?

Were the goals of the


program met?

Present workshop in all three locations with ten


participants.
Administer attitude questionnaire to participants
Administer attitude questionnaire to facilitators
Debrief facilitators.
Select eight learners to go through the workshop.
Have the learners go through the worksheets.
Break the learners into two small groups and complete the
activities.
Observe participants.
Administer attitude questionnaire.
Debrief learners.

Select 3 participants that are already in the ESE program.


Work with them individually
Gather data to revise instruction and materials.

Phase 3
Field Trial

Phase 2
Small
Group

Phase 1
One-to-One

Formative Evaluation

Summative Evaluation
Post
Instruction
Survey

Participant
Post
Instruction
Debrief
Post
Instruction
observation

Participant

Program
Specialist

Job Developer

References

Brown, A., & Green, T.D. (2011). The


Essentials of instructional design (2nd ed.)