Analysts of Instruction

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Analysts of Instruction

Unit 5.5 includes The Instruction Cube (TIC): A Paradigm to Analyze the Efficiency of Instruction (PAEI) Lecture Notes; Dimension 1: Lesson Theme – Process or Content; Dimension 2: Instruction Focus – Descriptions of or Discussions about; Dimension 3: Planned Results – Managed Risks of Failure or Other; Eight Options for Instruction; Three TIC Strategies for Instruction; Calculating the Efficiency of Instruction with TIC; TIC Checklist to Plan Instruction; Implications of TIC; Analysts of Instruction; Instructor as Self-Analyst of Instruction; Electronic Technology as Analyst of Instruction; Discussion of TIC ETAP; and Unit 5.5: Assessment.

The Instruction Cube (TIC) represents a learners’ view of instruction as described by behavioral scientists. TIC has three dimensions. Each dimension has two options. Each option gives priority to behavioral descriptions of how people learn during lesson planning and instruction, or it does not.

(TO BE DESCRIBED.)

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