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ERIC Number: ED020586
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Oct-25
Pages: 32
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM OF OPERATION PEP.
MILLER, DONALD R.
THIS PAPER DISCUSSES THE OBJECTIVES AND NECESSARY DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM OF OPERATION PEP. THERE ARE NINE ELEMENTS WHICH THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM OF OPERATION PEP MUST CONSIDER--(1) PRIMACY OF IMPROVED PARTICIPANT PERFORMANCE, (2) CRITICALNESS OF TIME, (3) DETERMINATION OF PRIORITIES AMONG RELEVANT EDUCATIONAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT TRAINING CONCEPTS, (4) FOCUS UPON IMPROVED EDUCATION FOR K-12 STUDENTS, (5) REALIZATION OF THE OBJECTIVES OF CONTROLLED INVESTIGATION, (6) RECOGNITION OF THE ROLE OF PARTICIPANTS IN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM DESIGN, (7) SET AND CLUSTER ANALYSIS, (8) TERMINAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS, AND (9) DERIVATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM DESIGN MODEL. ELEMENTS FOR CONSIDERATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT DESIGN AND LESSON DESIGN ARE OUTLINED. FINALLY, VARIOUS ASPECTS OF INFORMATION HANDLING PROCESSES ARE CONSIDERED--(1) THE ROLE OF OPERATION PEP PARTICIPANTS IN INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM DESIGN, (2) FACILITATING PARTICIPANT ROLE FULFILLMENT, AND (3) SOLICITING AND RECORDING PARTICIPANTS' RESPONSES AND SUGGESTIONS. (HW)
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Authoring Institution: Operation PEP, Burlingame, CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; Operation PEP