Task Analysis Methods for Instructional Design

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Task Analysis Methods for Instructional Design

David H. Jonassen The Pennsylvania State University

Martin Tessmer University of South Alabama

Wallace H. Hannum University of North Carolina

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1999 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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Task Analysis Methods for Instructional Design
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Part I Task Analysis Processes 1
  • Chapter 1 What is Task Analysis? 3
  • Chapter 2 Selecting Tasks for Analysis 17
  • References 23
  • Chapter 3 Classifying Knowledge and Skills from Task Analysis 25
  • References 31
  • References 33
  • References 33
  • Chapter 4 Task Description 35
  • References 44
  • Chapter 5 Procedural Analysis 45
  • Chapter 6 Job Task Analysis 55
  • Reference 62
  • Chapter 7 Functional Job Analysis 63
  • References 73
  • Part III Instructional and Guided Learning Analysis Methods 75
  • Chapter 8 Learning Hierarchy (prerequisites) Analysis 77
  • References 86
  • Chapter 9 Information Processing Analysis 87
  • References 97
  • Chapter 10 Learning Contingency Analysis 99
  • References 105
  • References 107
  • References 108
  • Chapter 11 Goals-Operators-Methods-Selection (goms) Analysis 111
  • References 118
  • References 119
  • Chapter 12 Precursor-Action-Results-Interpretation (pari) 121
  • Chapter 13 Decompose, Network, Assess (dna) 131
  • References 138
  • Chapter 14 Cognitive Simulations 139
  • References 145
  • Chapter 15 Case-Based Reasoning 147
  • Part V Activity-Based Task Analysis Methods 157
  • Chapter 16 Activity Theory 159
  • References 171
  • Chapter 17 Syntactic Analysis 173
  • References and Bibliography 179
  • Chapter 18 Critical Incident/Critical Decision Method with Laura Militello and Beth Crandall 181
  • References 190
  • Chapter 19 Task Knowledge Structures 193
  • References 199
  • References 199
  • Chapter 20 Conceptual Graph Analysis 201
  • References 206
  • Chapter 21 Master Design Chart 207
  • Chapter 22 Matrix Analysis 215
  • References 220
  • Chapter 23 Repertory Grid Technique 221
  • References 226
  • Chapter 24 Fault Tree Analysis 227
  • References 234
  • References 235
  • References 235
  • Chapter 25 Documentation Analysis 237
  • References 239
  • Chapter 26 Observation 241
  • References 245
  • Chapter 27 Survey Questionnaires 247
  • References 251
  • Chapter 28 Interviews 253
  • References 258
  • Chapter 29 Think-Aloud Protocols 259
  • References 262
  • Chapter 30 Unstructured Group Interviews: Focus Groups and Brainstorming 263
  • References 266
  • Chapter 31 Structured Group Interviews: Delphi Technique 267
  • References 269
  • Index 271
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