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ERIC Number: ED099203
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 21
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An Instructional Paradigm and the Development of Diet History Materials.
Poole, Richard L.
This article describes an instructional program which starts with the student and then identifies three elements which operate interactively as a means to achieving desired ends. The three elements (educational objectives, learning experiences, and evaluation activities), when specified and cross-checked, yield a configuration indicating what the student is to achieve, how he is to achieve it, and how he will know he has achieved it. The goodness of fit of the program was depicted by developing instructional materials to assist students in completing a diet history. The design of the forms called for the gradual shaping of the students' behavior over two distinctive periods of instruction and incorporating a self-scoring diagnostic checklist. The forms were in the developing stage at the time of this publication. Copies of the forms are included. (Author/EB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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