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The goals of a designer is to engage the learner and facilitate the presentor/faculty member comfortable with and knowledgeable about technological advances in developing and delivering subject matter to individuals and groups:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
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Rubric for Online Instruction This site is designed to answer the question being asked: What does a high quality online course look like?
PDF Integrative Goals for Instructional Design Chap 5 Integrative Goals for Instructional Design; Robert M. Gagné and M. David Merrill ... requirements for design when the instructional goal must be a combination of several individual objectives that are to be integrated into a comprehensive purposeful activity (such as baking a cake, writing a letter).
PDF Mastery Learning and Instructional Design Chap 4 The idea of learning to mastery was (at least for me) first encountered in programmed instruction. It was quite clear that instructional programs, with their frames and small steps, were aiming for performance that was perfect. That is, the criterion of learning was complete learning, without error, with a criterion of 100%.
PDF Domains of Learning Chap 3 Educational research may be related to the activity of learning in a somewhat less direct way, as when the focus of investigation is the institutions established to bring about learning. Wherever the investigation fits along this broad spectrum, there can be little doubt that it is in some manner ultimately to be related to the question of how human beings learn.
PDF Learning Hierarchies Chap 2 The term “learning hierarchy” refers to a set of specified intellectual capabilities having, according to theoretical considerations, an ordered relationship to each other. Beginning with a clear statement of some terminal objective of instruction, it is possible to analyze this final capability into subordinate skills in an order such that lower-level ones could be predicted to generate positive transfer to higher-order ones. The entire set of ordered intellectual skills formed a hierarchy that was considered to bear some relation to a plan for effective instruction.
PDF Contributions of Learning to Human Development Chap 1 One of the most prominent characteristics of human behavior is the quality of change. Among those who use the methods of science to account for human behavior are many whose interest centers upon the phenomena of behavioral change, and more specifically, on change in behavior capabilities. Sometimes, changes in behavior capabilities are studied with respect to relatively specific forms of behavior, usually over relatively limited periods of time—hours, days, or weeks (learning and memory). Another major class of phenomena of capability change comprises general classes of behavior observed over longer periods of time—months and years. This set of events is attributed to a process called development.
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combined with information from public institutions and athletic organizations/
associations that have a web presence with information concerning team and
individual sports programs:
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