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Discuss the pupose of the (SCORM)
Standards adapted to provide web-based learning.
Describe Reuse, Repurpose, and Reference
Reuse- use of an existing object w/o and modification

Repurpose- use of an existing object with little to no modification

Reference- use of and existing object for generating new learning events.
Name te 5 Content types
Describe Enabling Objective content use levels
Degree of recognition that a learner is expected to display after a training session.
Describe Metadata and its capabilities.
Data about Data

Content is data that describes the learning object's subject matter

context describes why and where the learning object exists.
NCOM and what it does
Navy Content Object Madel

builds on established SCORM principles and facilitates the implementation of SCORM
Learning Object Aggregation is the top-level grouping of related content containing
TLO's and ELO's
is and aggregation of one or more ELO's
is an aggregation of one or more Assets
is a single media element or a single text element
defines job/position requirements for needed knowledge
contrast level 1 & 2 Data
Level 1 Describes what work is being performed

Level 2 Describes how the work is being performed
Where does one find
Technical Specifications,
XML, NMCI Core Build requirements?
TS- 4D
NMCI Core Build- NMCI Core Build Contents Document.
3 primary constructs to XML definition
Content organization
Content element
What are the 3 Educational Domains?
Cognitive Domain (touching)
Affective Domain (feeling)
Psycomotor Domain (doing)
types of questions used for each Content Use Level
Principle Content
Process Content
Procedure Content
Fact Content
Concept Content
State the phases of the Instructional Design Process
Items developed in Phase 1 (plan) of Task-Based Curriculum Development
The outproduct is the TPP Training Project Plan
Training Project Plan (TPP)
When approved it becomes the authorization and blueprint of course revision or new course development.
TPP is normally required for what circumstances?
New course development
Course revision
Course cancellation
Justification for initiating the development of a new course, canceling a course, or the revision of existing training material?
Navy Training Plans
External course reviews
Surveillance and external feedback
Tasking by higher authority
Training appraisal
Internal Course Reviews and local command initiatives
specific elements of data and information shall include the following
Cover Page, Table of contents, Course data page,
Safety risks and hazardous materials exposure
Phase II (Analyze)
Determines what will be taught in new/revised course. will be organized in the CTTL
The CTTL will
Serve as foundation for writing TO's and EO's.
most commonly developed to support new course
CCMM will review the CTTL
CTTL maintained as part of audit trail
Describe the duties and task that support the course mission.
items developed in Phase III (Design)
This phase you will first write the Learning Objectives and arrange them in logical teaching sequence.
Compilation of Learning Objectives is referred to as?
Curriculum Outline of Instruction (COI)
COI does what?
forms the central part of the final output which is the Training Course Control Document (TCCD)
The TCCD is the document that will be what?
submitted for approval before Phase IV (Development) is undertaken.
Terminal Objective
developed from one or more duties in the CTTL
Is a L.O. that the trainee will accomplish by the end of the course.
Indicates the ability to perform those tasks selected for training.
Enabling Objectives
developed from one or more task on CTTL.
Supports directly the achievement of a T.O.
May support other EO's
Items developed in Phase IV (Develop)
produces instructional materials for instructor and trainee. Lesson Plan, Trainee Guide, Test
Purpose of Instructional Media Materials (IMM) and Visual Information (VI)
Used to introduce, reinforce, or supplement training. may be used separately, w/other IMM, or with a Lesson Plan
Front Matter consists of
Cover Page, Title Page, Table of Contents Page, Safety/Hazard Awareness Notice Pages
Lesson Topics (contains two parts)
Topic Page List
allocation of classroom and lab time
enabling objectives
instructor/trainee preparation materials
Discussion-Development Activity Page
discussion point
related instructor activity
elements of Lesson Plan
Front Matter
Lesson Topics
Elements of Trainee Guide
Front Matter
Instruction Sheets
Instruction Sheets include
Outline, Assignment, Information, Job, Problem, Diagram
Rules for writing a CTTL
begin w/ action verb
aviod excessive us of "a" or "an"
do not use parentheses within a parentheses
acronyms spelled out the first time
spell out name of publication or form
use short words and phrases
write simple statements
don't use the "ing" form of the verb.
Purpose of testing
determining trainee attainment of TO's and EO's and relative success in the course
purpose of conducting a Pilot (Phase IV)
validate the Curriculum and Material. determines their effectiveness in attaining the course objective
Purpose of Phase V (Implementation)
Implemented by CCMM
Purpose of Phase VI (Evaluate)
Task is made up of a Duty

Duty is made up of a Job

Job is made up of duties and task.
Difference btwn Course Mission Statement and a TO
T.O. relates to trainee behavior

CMS is descriptive of the course.
3 prducts of Training Course Control Document
Front Matter
Curriculum Outline of Instruction (COI)
List the Volumes of NAVEDTRA 130
Volume I Developers Guide

Volume II Sample Products

Volume III Managers Guide
State the volumes and title in the NAVEDTRA 131A
Volume I-Developer's Guide

Volume II- Sample Products

Volume III- Manger's Guide
What is PPP
Personnel Performance Profile
Descibe the PPP Based curriculum development method.
Stage One
Stage Two
Stage Three
Stage Four
Stage Five
Identifies resources requirement and the sequence of events.

Stage One
Determines job tasks, skills, and knowledge

PPP Table List
New and Modified PPP Tables
Training Path System (TPS)
Stage Two
Determines the skills and knowledge which must be taught and L.O. instructional sequence.

Get Preliminary Training Course Control Document (TCCD)
Stage Three
Produces the instructional materials for instructor and trainee

Lesson Plan
Trainee Guide
Stage Four
Begins when the CCA has approved the course for pilot

Course Pilot
Pilot Course Monitoring Report
Stage Five
"Red-lining" smoothes out curriculum

Final Curriculum
Final TCCD
Letter of Promulgation
Evaluate either Internal or External
What's in the TPP?
Cover Page, Table of Contents, Course Data Page, Resource Requirements
Define a Personnel Performance Profile
minimum listing of knowledge and skills required to operate and maintain a system or subsystem or to perform and task of function
State the most critical element of curriculum development per NAVEDTRA 131A
PPPs are the single most important element

Quality curriculum results from Quality PPPs

Poor curriculum results from Poor PPPs
Discuss the products of the Training Path System (Stage 1)
TOS- Training Objective Statements

TLAs- Training Level Assignments

TAM- Table Assignment Matrix

TPC- Training Path Chart
Descrive the contents of the preliminary TCCD (Stage 2)
What are the six types of instructions found in a Trainee Guide?






Define the three "task stes"
Coordinator- those that Coordinate

Director- those that Direct

Performer- those who perform
Discuss the types of courses listed in a Training Path Chart (TPC)

Background Training

Replacement Training

OnBoard Training

Advanced Training

Conversion Training
When should job sheet development begin?
as soon as the TPS is done
What are eight ways to sequence a course?
Job Performance Order

Chronological Order

Critical Sequence

Simple to Complex

Comparative Sequence

Relationship of like COI elements

Principle of reverse sequencing

Combination approach
What is contained in a Resource Requirement List (RRL)
Texts, References, Equipment, Films, Graphics, Support Material
What is contained in the final TCCD?
Front Matter

Curriculum Outline of Instruction (COI)

What annexes are included in teh final TCCD?
Resource Requiremnet List (RRL)

Course Master Schedule (CMS)

Fault Applicability List (FAL)

Profile Item-to-topic Objective Assignment Chart (OAC)