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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

INITIAL PRESENTATION STRATEGY

GENERATIVE STRATEGY

Facts:

Experience with the object or fact. Use concrete representations. Concept name, definition and quality example followed by additional examples to further define the nuisances of the concept. 1. Rule followed by examples. 2. Examples presented and learner generates the rule.

Rehearsal-practice Elaboration Mnemonics Recall: use fact strategies Application: Integration (generate examples) and Organization strategies (key ideas, categorize‌) Recall: fact strategies (rehearsal or elaboration) Application: Integrative (paraphrase), organizational (identify key parts and compare), elaboration (create a diagram) Recall: rehearsal of steps, mnemonics Application: 1. paraphrase steps or elaborate 2. practice the procedure

the association between two things

Concepts:

groups of similar ideas or things

Principles & Rules: relationships between concepts

Procedures:

sequence of steps to accomplish a task

Cognitive: demonstration/modeling an example

Psychomotor: model/demonstrate task (preferably live or with motion).

Recall: fact strategies Application: 1. Learner is encouraged to develop mental pictures. 2. Practice

Interpersonal Skills:

development of communication skills

Present the model behavior (live demos, video, scenarios)

Attitudes:

Model the behavior

Recall: rehearsal of step names, mnemonics Application: 1. Create verbal and mental models 2. Mentally rehearse 3. Practice 1. Develop verbal and mental models. 2. Mental rehearsal 3. Practice

belief and related behaviors

Instructional Design Job Aids A. Christopher, Fall ‘09

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