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ERIC Number: ED142165
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Apr
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CUE Model for the Development of Training Contexts.
Lamos, Joseph P.
The conceptual unification experiential (CUE) model was developed to provide a mechanism for flexible and adaptive development of instructional content for use in a large computer-based instructional system. The purpose of the CUE model is to provide subject matter experts with a framework by which they can create instructional contexts that encompass task oriented or job oriented goals. The model requires the identification of realistic training contexts, the content space of which is represented by three dimensions: (1) conceptual, (2) unification, (3) experimental. Instructional materials are developed for specific points in the three dimensional space. The example topic area in this report is electronic fundamentals and the approach taken is the application of a content analysis and instructional sequencing model, which combines content structure, aspects of the learning process, and the requirements of individualization to guide development of instruction. The result of applying the model is a performance oriented training context. (DAG)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (New York City, April 1977)