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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Linguistically dense and verging on unreadable, this book has become one of the most influential books on instructional design. The authors seem more interested in impressing their academic peers than ... Read full review
IDENTIFYING AN INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL
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