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ERIC Number: ED017798
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
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THE TECHNOLOGY OF MILITARY TRAINING.
WALLIS, D.
THIS DOCUMENT IS PART OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE ON OPERATIONAL AND PERSONNEL RESEARCH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MANPOWER SYSTEMS, HELD IN BRUSSELS IN 1965. A MODEL ILLUSTRATES THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMPROVED MILITARY INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM WHICH PROVIDES CONTINUOUS FEEDBACK AND CONTROL OF LEARNING. THE TRAINING COURSE INCLUDES--(1) A CLEAR STATEMENT OF BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES, (2) ANALYSIS OF THE FINAL SKILL IN CONTINUOUS SEQUENTIAL STEPS, (3) INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION, (4) A MEANS OF ELICITING AND RECORDING RESPONSES, (5) CONTINUOUS COMPARISON OF ACTUAL BEHAVIORAL OUTPUT WITH DESIRED RESPONSES AT EACH STAGE, AND (6) A BUILT-IN SET OF DECISION RULES. CRITICAL STAGES IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE SYSTEM MUST BE ACHIEVED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER. THEY INCLUDE--TASK ANALYSIS OF THE SKILL TO BE LEARNED, A STATEMENT OF TRAINING OBJECTIVES, CONSTRUCTION OF CRITERION TESTS, DETERMINATION OF STUDENT ABILITY, BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS, PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION, ASSESSMENT OF TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY, AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONSERVATION OF ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL. THIS DOCUMENT APPEARED IN MANPOWER PLANNING, OPERATIONAL RESEARCH AND PERSONNEL RESEARCH, EDITED BY W.N. JESSOP. IT IS AVAILABLE FROM AMERICAN ELSEVIER PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., 52 VANDERBILT AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017. 30 PAGES. (PT)
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