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  1. A Task-Centered Instructional Strategy

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    A Task-Centered Instructional Strategy1 

    Based on a review of instructional design models previous papers identified first principles of instruction. These principles prescribe a cycle of instruction consisting of activation, demonstration, application, and integration. These instructional phases are best implemented in the context of real-world tasks. A Pebble-in-the-Pond approach to instructional development prescribes a task-centered, content-first instructional design procedure which
    implements these first principles in the resulting instructional products. This conceptual paper elaborates the component analysis and instructional strategy phases of this instructional design model. This paper also integrates previous instructional strategy prescriptions from Component Display Theory with the content components of knowledge objects. The strategy for teaching within the context of a whole task consists of applying strategy components to these various knowledge components in a way that enables learners to see their interrelationships and their relationship to the whole. The resulting instructional strategy is a guided task-centered approach as contrasted with more learner-centered problem-based approaches to instructional design. The application of this component analysis and task-centered instructional strategy is illustrated.

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  2. Syllabus Review

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    The syllabus review is necessary to develop an understanding and correlate the efforts with results and identify areas that need attention. A critical, objective and exhaustive review, when school is not in session, alone can provide an opportunity for teachers and departments to critically review designs, strategies, goals & objectives... Comment
  3. VISION, VALUES, AND MISSION

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    VISION, VALUES, AND MISSION 1.   A Vision is a powerful image of what we want to create in the future.   2.   A Vision describes a meaningful future state.   3.   A Vision represents what your mission will look like.   4.   A Vision statement includes your strategy on how... Comment
  4. Dealing with Difficult People

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    Dealing with Difficult People Some people are easy to be around and some are not . All of us seem to have at least a few difficult people in our lives. Difficult people can range from those who are a mild annoyance to those who can make life seem nearly... Comment
  5. AREAS OF INTEREST – NDA SSB

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    AREAS OF INTEREST ( Observed during SSB )   1.         The Mind.   The mind plays a vital role in the selection criteria.  In an army officer, we need a person who has an inquisitive, enquiring and analytical mind.  He should be able to view issues in their totality, possess a... Comment
  6. The High Costs of Ego

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    “Ego is the invisible line item on every company’s profit and loss statement.” —David Marcum and Steven Smith in egonomics: What Makes Ego Our Greatest Asset (or Most Expensive Liability), Fireside, 2007 Fifty-three percent of businesspeople estimate ego costs their company 6 to 15 percent of annual revenue; 21 percent... Comment
  7. Methods Of Studying Behavior

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    Methods Of Studying Behavior   –          Fouzia Khursheed Ahmad Research Scholar (M.Phil- PhD) NUEPA, New Delhi. INTRODUCTION   Behavior refers to the actions or reactions of an object or organism, usually in relation to the environment. Behavior can be conscious or unconscious, overt or covert, and voluntary or involuntary. Behavior... Comment

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