Courseware Design for 19K BNCOC (Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course)
Interim rept. Sep-Dec 1985
SCIENTIFIC SYSTEMS INC CAMBRIDGE MA
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The purpose of this report was to describe an instructional design model to be applied to five 19K Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course tasks that will be converted to computer-based training and to apply the model to two prototype lessons. The objectives for each of the five tasks selected by the Army Research Institute were analyzed to determine the behavioral domain and instructional requirements of each. All five tasks were found to require procedural simulations using a manual or job aid. A review of currently available MicroTICCIT instructional models was conducted to determine if any existing model could be used. No models were found to satisfactorily match the instructional requirements for these tasks, so a unique instructional model was designed using Courseware Engineering techniques. Keywords Armor training Computer aided instruction.
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