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Author Romiszowski, A. J., author.

Title Designing instructional systems : decision making in course planning and curriculum design / A.J. Romiszowski
Published London : Routledge, 2016
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Description 1 online resource
Series Instructional development series
Romiszowski, A. J. Instructional development
Contents Cover ; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Part 1 Define the Problem; 1. Instruction, Instructional Systems and the Systems Approach; 1.1 Education and training: a question of goals; 1.2 Instruction: what this book is about; 1.3 Systems thinking; 1.4 Defining problems in systems terms; 1.5 Educational technology; 1.6 An analysis of the growth and development of educational technology; 1.7 The systems approach; 1.8 Heuristics for instructional design; 1.9 Levels of instructional design; 2. Approaches to Problems in Education and Training
2.1 Macro and micro problems2.2 Some basic viewpoints on the aims and problems of education; 2.3 Industrial training; 2.4 Trend towards the systems view; 3. The How and Why of Performance Objectives; 3.1 Aims and objectives in education and training; 3.2 Extending the statement of objectives: the test instrument; 3.3 Levels of objectives; 3.4 When and how to state precise objectives; 3.5 Selecting project objectives; 3.6 Checking objectives for compatibility; 3.7 Objections to objectives; 3.8 The systems approach is based on objectives; 3.9 Summary and preview
4. The System in Its Environment4.1 The problem and its context; 4.2 Case studies in problem definition; Part 2 Analyse the Problem; 5. From Project Objectives to Instructional Objectives; 5.1 The roads to instructional design; 5.2 Levell analysis; 5.3 Level 2 analysis; 5.4 Summary; 6. Is Instruction the Solution?; 6.1 Approaches to the analysis of human performance problems; 6.2 The systems approach applied to performance problem analysis; 6.3 Analysis of performance problems; 6.4 Training (and other) needs analysis; 7. Techniques and Procedures for Analysis at Levels 1 and 2
8. The Analysis of the Worth and Practicality of a Solution8.1 Introduction; 8.2 A schema of factors affecting the worth and practicality of a given solution; 8.3 Factors affecting the value of a solution; 8.4 Factors affecting the cost of solving the problem; 8.5 Factors affecting the practicality of system development; 8.6 Factors affecting the practicality of system utilization; 8.7 Developing the schema; 8.8 Making the final decision; 8.9 Going ahead; Part 3 Macro-design; 9. Theories of Learning and Instruction; 9.1 The educational psychology battleground
9.2 The behaviourist position as exemplified by Skinner9.3 The neo-behaviourist viewpoint exemplified by R Gagné; 9.4 The cognitive/developmental viewpoint as exemplified by Piaget and Bruner; 9.5 The subject matter viewpoint as exemplified by Ausubel; 9.6 The cybernetic viewpoint as exemplified by Landa; 9.7 Comparisons between the theories; 9.8 The mastery learning model; 9.9 Cyclic learning models; 9.10 The cybernetics viewpoint-adaptive learning models; 9.11 Summary and synthesis; 10. From Instructional Objectives to Instructional Decisions: Analysis Levels 3 and 4
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed January 12, 2016)
Subject Instructional systems -- Design.
Instructional systems -- Evaluation
EDUCATION / Administration / General
EDUCATION / Organizations & Institutions
Instructional systems -- Design.
Instructional systems -- Evaluation.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1136548564