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Norback, Judith Shaul; And Others – 1994
The Job Literacy Analysis (JLA) was developed in response to the need for analyzing the literacy requirements of various occupations in an effort to match the instruction to the job and to enhance the job relatedness of curricula. It is a systematic, comprehensive process for identifying the important literacy skills needed by workers to function…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Basic Skills, Educational Research, Job Analysis
Cipriano, Robert E. – 1983
A sequential and developmental curriculum design is conceptualized, based on task analysis. Task analysis is a detailed inquiry into actions undertaken in performing specific tasks or jobs. Baseline data form a database on which education and training programs are designed, produced, and evaluated. The following are sources of information for task…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Educational Objectives, Higher Education, Information Sources
Redding, Richard E. – 1992
Traditional methods for task analysis have been largely based on the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) model, which is widely used throughout industry and the military. The first part of this document gives an overview of cognitive task analysis, which is conducted within the first phase of ISD. The following steps of cognitive task analysis…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Guidelines
Cleveland State Univ., OH. – 1977
These proceedings contain nine presentations made at a conference to introduce vocational education teachers to effective instructional strategies to serve handicapped and disadvantaged persons. The conference was conducted as an activity of the project, Sensitizing Vocational Education Teachers to Effective Instructional Strategies to Serve…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Disabilities, Disadvantaged, Instructional Materials