Effective skill and knowledge transfer begins with an analysis of the tasks performed by the target audience and then ultimately translating them into learning objectives to develop an effective learning strategy.
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The learning strategy is based on the learning objectives. Each learning objective is met by the development of a learning object. The learning strategy for a single learning objective can vary from those related learning objects that comprise a course or program. When the delivery strategy differs between learning objects within a single course, the course is said to be a blended or mixed media course or program.
A learning strategy is defined by the combination of four aspects:
The Learning Environment is the time and place of learning to achieve the learning objective(s). A learning environment may be:
The Instructional Strategy is the method of instruction to achieve the learning objective(s). Valid instructional strategies include:
Modality describes the characteristic of real time interaction between the learner and others to achieve the learning objective(s). There are two modalities:
Media is the engine to deliver the content to achieve the learning objective(s).