Techniques and practices in the training of digital operator skills

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U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 42 pages
"This report presents research on classroom training practices in Army Battle Command System courses. The investigation examined a sample of institutional courses using observation and classification techniques. Three learning theories--behaviorist, cognitive, and constructivist--guided the collection and analysis of data. Cognitive and behaviorist training techniques were observed somewhat more frequently than constructivist techniques. The frequency of training techniques depended on the type of course (operator vs. leader orientation), instructor style, and progression across days. The discussion offers potential improvements i the areas of training techniques, program of instruction, training environment, and instructional innovation. The report is intended for use by training designers and developers , digital trainers, and training managers working in institutional settings"--P. i.

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LEARNING PRINCIPLES AND ASSOCIATED TRAINING TECHNIQUES
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