Instructional design/Component Display Theory

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Component Display Theory

Introduction[edit | edit source]

You, as the Instructional designer, will apply the Component Display Theory process model to delineate content into the appropriate categories to then develop lesson plans based on prescribed action matrices. The result will be better learning objective attainment through the described hierarchical order of learning toward mastery as well as tools that provide greater lesson effectiveness (mastery of learning objectives) and lesson efficiency (in shorter amounts of time).

Advance Organizers (Job Aids):

  • Component Display Theory Matrix
  • Performance Matrix
  • Grading rubric

Objective of the Lesson[edit | edit source]

Given a Component Display Model, instructional scenarios and job aids, the learner will be able to choose an appropriate method for defined lesson content to a specified level of learner performance. You should achieve (4/5) or 80% based on the self assessment tool.

At the end of this lesson you should be able to..[edit | edit source]

  • identify content classifications/categories (fact)
  • differentiate between fact, concept, principles, process and procedures (concept)
  • apply the component display theory to learning content for each of the content classifications based on level of performance within a scenario (procedure)

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