Hello, my name is Jeff Alger.
I'm taking a Master's class in Instructional Design
at Boise State University. My group's project is to develop training
that teaches people how to strip the wood trim inside their house and ready it for refinishing (I'm not kidding, that's our actual project!). The first step we have to do is find out why people don't refinish
their own interior trim. So, we developed a survey
to find out.Can I ask the DIYers on this board to take a couple minutes and answer the following questions? Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Big picture for me is the "why" in your question....
It's nasty, smelly, messy, poisonous, hazardous, possibly explosive and time consuming. JMO!
Leave it to a "pro" who gets all suited up, rubber gloves, respirators and all.
So, Is it less about the actual process of stripping and refinishing, and more about the means of instruction (slick presentation)?
Or is your assignment to determine the processes involved and the assets, liabilities and drawbacks, then develop a detailed working procedure and a slick presentation?
Will you be judged as a group or individually?
What is your specific assignment within your group?
I hated "group" projects 'cause there always was a slacker.
Just a few question/thoughts...