Tip #128: MTM: Learner Behavior Decisions

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How do we decide what input method will be successful so that the learner output will validate that learning has occurred?

In other words, how do we decide HOW the learner will learn and will demonstrate that learning?

How do we select the input learning methods will enable the learner to acquire the level of learning that is necessary? Here, we need to keep in mind three different considerations. The first is a task analysis that breaks the learning into smaller essential components and places these components in a logical sequence. The task analysis will let us know what needs to be taught first, second, third, etc.

The second is a determination of the level of learning necessary for each … Read the rest