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Goal analysis

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  1. 1. Conducting a Goal Analysis PRESENTED BY ALLISON BARBEE
  2. 2. What is a Goal Analysis THE TECHNIQUE USED TO ANALYZE A GOAL TO IDENTIFY THE SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS AND DECISIONS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE IT
  3. 3. Goal analysis STEPS: CLASSIFY THE GOAL IDENTIFY THE SEQUENCE
  4. 4. Domains of Learning INTELLECTUAL SKILLS: PROBLEM SOLVING, CONCEPTS COGNITIVE STRATEGY: STRATEGIES FOR PROBLEM SOLVING VERBAL INFORMATION: FACTS OF KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE: ACTIONS THAT A PERSON CHOOSES TO COMPLETE MOTOR SKILLS: BEHAVIORAL PHYSICAL SKILLS
  5. 5. Intellectual Skills TYPES OF INTELLECTUAL SKILLS DISCRIMINATION: ABILITY TO DISTINGUISH ONE FEATURE OF AN OBJECT FROM ANOTHER BASED ON PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS CONCRETE CONCEPT: LEARNING TO IDENTIFY A STIMULUS AS A MEMBER OF A CLASS HAVING SOME CHARACTERISTICS DEFINED CONCEPTS: CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED BY POINTING THEM OUT AND MUST BE DEFINED RULES: THEY MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR US TO RESPOND TO A CLASS OF THINGS WITH A CLASS OF PERFORMANCE HIGHER ORDER RULES: APPLYING COMPLEX COMBINATIONS OF SIMPLER RULES TO SOLVE PROBLEMS
  6. 6. Verbal Information SKILLS THAT REQUIRE THE LEARNER TO PERFORM UNIQUE COGNITIVE ACTIVITY EXAMPLES RECITING THE STATE CAPITALS STATING THE RULES FOR SCORING IN TENNIS STATING THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ACHIEVING AN A
  7. 7. Attitudes A SETTLED WAY OF THINKING OR FEELING ABOUT SOMEONE OR SOMETHING TYPICALLY ONE THAT IS REFLECTED IN A PERSON BEHAVIOR EXAMPLES: CHOOSING TO CAMP RATHER THAN STAY IN A HOTEL MAKING THE CHOICE TO EAT HEALTHY PREFERRING TO READ INSTEAD OF WATCH A MOVIE
  8. 8. Psychomotor skills PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES REQUIRING THE MOVEMENT AND COORDINATION OF THE BODY. EXAMPLES CHANGING YOUR BREAKS DRAWING A CIRCLE LEARNING TO DRIVE A CAR
  9. 9. Goal analysis STEP BY STEP DESCRIPTION WHILE PERFORMING THE GOAL MAKE SURE THE DESIGNER HAS ALL INFORMATION AVAILABLE PUT STEPS IN A BULLET OR LIST FORMAT PLACE INFORMATION THAT HAS BEEN LISTED IN SEQUENCE GOAL STATEMENT SHOULD BE AT THE TOP
  10. 10. Continued: TWO GOALS DON’T FOLLOW THE TRADITIONAL STEP BY STEP METHOD VERBAL INFORMATION AND ATTITUDINAL
  11. 11. Goal Analysis Summary FOR THE INTELLECTUAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS USES STEPS TO PERFORM. UNLIKE VERBAL INFORMATIONAL GOAL, THIS USES A LIST OF TOPICS TO BE LEARNED. WHEN USING THESE YOU CAN USE EITHER APPROACH YOU JUST HAVE TO KNOW YOUR END GOAL
  12. 12. Example
  13. 13. Recap HOW MANY STEPS IN A PROCESS? 2: CLASSIFYING THE GOAL INTO LEARNING DOMAINS IDENTIFYING THE STEPS TO BE LEARNED **YOU MAY NOT START A GOAL ANALYSIS WITHOUT HAVING A CLEAR STATEMENT
  14. 14. Recap PLACE STEPS IN A SEQUENCED ORDER CHARTING PSYCHOMOTOR AND INTELLECTUAL WILL DIFFER FROM VERBAL EVALUATING WILL ALLOW YOU TO FIX ANY FLAWS IN THE SEQUENCE TO ALLOW THE FLOW OF THE ANALYSIS
  15. 15. Resources DICK, WALTER, LOU CAREY AND JAMES O. CAREY. THE SYSTEMATIC DESIGN OF INSTRUCTION. UPPER SADDLE RIVER, NJ: MERRILL/PEARSON, 2009.

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