Before beginning this module, you should be familiar with the concepts of individualized instruction in general and frame-based tutorials in particular. You should have identified a learning outcome you wish to focus on, and completed a task analysis indicating a small handfull of subtasks—steps in a procedure, rules or principles that enable problem-solving, characteristics of a concept, or the like.
In order to design effective frame-based instruction, we need to tailor it to the type of skill or knowledge for which our learners are striving. We need to identify or "classify" the learning outcome(s) we're working with.
By the time you've completed this module, you should be able to:
- Correctly draft an instructional outcome statement.
- Classify your instructional objective according to the content-performance matrix.