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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Again, the group should be selected to ensure that it is representative of the
target population for which the materials are intended. Because a "typical" group
is sometimes hard to locate, designers often select several different groups to ...
Arrange for the selected group to try the materials. a. Ensure that there is an
adequate number of learners in the group. Thirty is an often-suggested number of
learners to participate in a field trial. b. Ensure that selected learners reflect the ...
The data summary and revision procedures described above are equally
appropriate when the instructor develops original instructional materials, uses a
variety of selected materials, or works from lecture notes. The types of data that
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IDENTIFYING AN INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL
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