The Systematic Design of Instruction
Scott, Foresman/Little, Brown Higher Education, 1990 - Instructional systems - 351 pages
Introduction to instructional design; Identifying an instructional goal; Conducting a goal analysis; Conducting a suberdinate skills analysis; Identifying entry behaviors and characteristics; Writing performance objectives; Developing criterion referenced test items; Developing an instructional strategy; Developing instructional materials; Designing and conducting formative evaluations; Revisiong instructional materials; Summative evaluation.
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IDENTIFYING AN INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL
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