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Approach | Why TAL? | Features of TAL

Domino Technologies, Inc. implements the following methodologies, or phases, in its approach to learning:

Diagnostic Phase

  • Identifying the Goal - The main purpose of the proposed learning material is identified and validated.
  • Understanding Learner Profiles - Gaining a complete understanding of learner profiles, including their educational backgrounds, their exposure to computer, and their ages, all of which become critical in the design of a course.
  • Present Learning Methodology - Establishing a knowledge of the present client-side learning methodology (if available), which helps Domino Tech to understand the comfort level with the present methodology.
  • Learning Objectives - All the areas/points with which the learner is expected to be familiar after learning the material are listed and assured to be met.
  • Learner Environment - Understanding the learner environment; determining whether or not the course will comprise blended learning (along with class participation) with an involved instructor or a self-paced learning.
  • Additional Tools and New Innovations - Ensuring that at least several innovations in every title/topic taught can hold the interest of the learner, which is critical to make the learning more effective.
  • Source of Content – Identifying the best available source of content for the desired learning material.

Design Phase

  • Feasibility Analysis - Performing a complete feasibility analysis in order to understand the technical/political problems for users getting started with desired learning material.
  • Interface – Considering client preferences, branding, and other usability-related issues in the User Interface (UI) design for any of the learning material.
  • Module Levels – Splitting learner objectives that were identified in the Diagnose phase into finer module-level goals, as well as designing the modules to meet their objectives.
  • Instructional Design – Deciding the most appropriate instructional design methodology while adhering to the norms of the TAL practice.
  • Technology Framework – Performing a detailed study to understand all technical requirements upon which the technology framework is built.
  • Media Creation - Developing the media/visual elements through which the subject will be conveyed while ensuring that the media focuses on the subject and does not overplay its role.
  • Integration – Integrating all individual components and running them on the built technology framework.
  • Pilot - The end product of the design phase, a pilot is the shorter version of the final product, which is fully functional but contains partially hidden content. This stage involves identifying necessary changes in the instructional design strategy or in the functionalities and then incorporating them (in the pilot). After pilot is approved, the project moves on to the Development Phase.

Development Phase

  • Instructional Design - Performing instructional design for the complete proposed project, then passing the storyboard to the QA team, and then upon clearance forwarding it to the Media team.
  • Media Creation - Creating the media element and visual graphics for the complete storyboard based on the approved style guide.
  • Production - Developing all remaining individual components of the proposed learning material.
  • Integration - Integrating all media elements and other components.
  • BETA - Sending the BETA version of the product, which results from the Development Phase, to QA for a complete review.

Delivery Phase

  • Incorporations – Addressing, correcting, and incorporating all issues and suggestions received from feedback in the QA report.
  • Release - Releasing an error-free product.















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