Robert Frank Mager. EDIT 704 – Sonia Palmer. The Person. Mager’s Criterion Referenced Instruction. Criterion-Referenced Instruction (CRI) Goals/task analysis Performance objectives Criterion referenced testing Objective-based learning modules
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Robert Frank Mager
EDIT 704 – Sonia Palmer
Widely used in the adult training world
Great emphasis is placed on the instructional materials to achieve this result. Poor performance = inadequate instruction
Self-paced, repeated practice (if needed) of skills net yet mastered that includes feedback about the quality of their performance
Bottom Line – Mager’s methodology is still relevant today in classroom and also in e-learning even though certain technologies didn’t exist.
Design training first – delivery method second.
Mager, Robert. F. (1997). Preparing Instructional Objectives. 3rd Ed. Atlanta, GA. CEP Press
Mager, Robert. F. (2003) . Life in the Pinball Machine: Careening from There to Here. Atlanta, GA. CEP Press
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