Accession Number:

ADA055852

Title:

The Development of Instructional Systems

Descriptive Note:

Procedures Manual

Corporate Author:

ARMY SECURITY AGENCY TRAINING CENTER AND SCHOOL FORT DEVENS MA

Report Date:

1970-12-01

Pagination or Media Count:

240.0

Abstract:

Increased requirements for training and diminishing resources demand the most efficient use of personnel, time, space, facilities, and equipment in support of the missions of the United States Army Security Agency Training Center and School. The primary mission of the School is to provide training which will produce personnel with the technical and professional skills needed to perform duties in field units. Overall management of this program requires a systems approach to learning such as is described in this report. This manual was written for USASA personnel who must design, develop, validate, and implement instructional systems. Its purpose is to provide them with a tested set of concepts, policies, and procedures which will enable them to complete the tasks associated with the planning and guidance of learning activities. The procedures outlined in this manual are directive in nature for USASATCS staff and faculty and will be applied by all personnel involved in the development and implementation of instructional systems. The manual will also serve as a basic text for the training of instructional supervisors and may prove useful to field commanders in the planning and conduct of their on-the-job and apprenticeship training activities.

Subject Categories:

  • Humanities and History

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE