The correct option in a multiple-choice question or other similar item such as True/False.
The space through which we move. This space can be broken down into four zones: public, social, personal and intimate.
The precise size of these zones can vary with situations, individuals and cultures. Instructors/facilitators/presenters are generally working in the learners’ social and public spaces but can enter their personal spaces when they want to promote a connection or gain commitment.
The sum of what is known; a body of truths, principles and information.
In FKA’s Instructional Systems Design Methodology, a knowledge item is the smallest unit of information required to perform an ability.
A task based on a cognitive skill set, i.e., one which shows that a learner knows how to do the task without actually performing the activity.
A test—often a written test—that measures knowledge and NOT performance. Also called non-performance test.
Creating, capturing, organizing and storing knowledge and experiences of individual workers and groups of workers within an organization and then making it available to others in the organization.