ERIC Number: ED132980
Record Type: RIE
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The Design and Implementation of an Individualized Instructional Program.
Davis, Joel J.
A model is presented which incorporates certain features lacking in many schemes: it proceeds in a systematic manner; it addresses the interaction of cognitive processes and instructional task demands; it provides for continuous evaluation and modification; and it deals with measurable behaviors. It is divided into three components adapted from Tuckman and Edwards (1973). The first component, analysis, contains: (1) the determination of postinstructional behaviors, (2) the translation of these behaviors into behavioral objectives, and (3) a specification of a sequence for the presentation of objectives. The second component, synthesis, involves: (1) an analysis of learner competencies and processes, (2) an analysis of task demands, and (3) an analysis of the instructional setting. The outcomes of each of these analyses are integrated into an actual instructional program and along with evaluation and modification they comprise the final component of the model, operation. (DAG)
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Educational Diagnosis, Individualized Instruction, Individualized Programs, Learning, Models, Systems Approach
School District 147, 155th Place and Hoyne Avenue, Harvey, Illinois 60426
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Authoring Institution: Harvey School District 147, IL.