Chapter 7. Use Segmenting, Sequencing, and Learner Pacing to Impose Content Gradually
ONE OF THE GIFTS that instructional professionals give to their students is content that is sliced, diced, and served in ways that help learners acquire needed knowledge and skills most efficiently. Managing cognitive load by reducing the amount of content presented at one time is an important outcome of your training design work. Content can be organized in different sequences. For example, directive course architectures group content into small lesson segments organized in a prerequisite sequence of knowledge and skills. In contrast, whole task architectures ...
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