A Plan for Applying Performance-Oriented CAI in Naval Technical Training
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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES BEHAVIORAL TECHNOLOGY LABS
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One of the objectives of the project is to develop a plan for extending performance-structure oriented PSO CAI that was successfully applied to teaching basic skills to radar intercept observers, to a set of similar jobs in Naval operations. The approach that will be taken to the development of this plan is outlined. This will involve expansion of the steps that were followed in the production of the RIO trainer, to of the steps that were followed in the production of the RIO trainer, to include the additional dimension of different jobs in the set selected for consideration. Thus, comparative analyses across training requirements for these jobs will be made, to identify commonalities, with respect to knowledge and skill requirements, instructional operations in the instruct and practice modes, task mixtures in the top-level performance sequence, and response recording and analysis, and adaptive control requirements. The theory of how human performance is organized is briefly discussed, since this determines the organization and instructional strategy used in PSO CAI, these features of PSO CAI are then described.
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