FKA defines three types of objectives:
• Performance Objective – describes the required performance on the job
• Module Objective – what learners will be able to do at the end of a module
• Lesson Objective – what learners will be able to do at the end of a lesson
A data collection method. An observer watches someone’s performance and compares it to a performance checklist. The performance checklist is based on the Model of Performance.
Reference information delivered through computer software. Most online Help is designed to explain how to use a software application or operating system, but can also be used to present information on a broad range of subjects.
Any learning experience or environment that relies upon the Internet as the primary delivery mode. See also e-learning.
On-the-Job Training (OJT)
One of the instructional strategies where a designated OJT supervisor, mentor or coach delivers and monitors the program: demonstrating new skills, observing the learner’s performance and giving constructive feedback. An effective OJT program includes a series of structured activities with learner and supervisor materials to support the program.
Allows learners to respond in their own words, e.g., “Describe the best way to establish an instructor’s/facilitator’s credibility?”
What the learners will be able to do at the end of a module or lesson.
A weak instructional item which uses excessive hints, cues or prompts in assisting the learner to perform as desired.