HEORY OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

| November 24, 2015
The Gagne-Briggs theory of instructional design argues that
Answer The learning process cannot be influenced by the trainer
The external events influence the internal learning process
Presenting the material should be the first step in training program
The order of events does not alter the results
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4 points
Question 2

The formula for performance (M X KSA X E) suggests
Answer only two of the three factors need to be favorable to obtain high performance.
if motivation is high and KSA's are adequate, at least moderate performance will be achieved.
if the environment is highly conducive to high performance, then motivation is not very important.
none of the above are correct.
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4 points
Question 3

Which of following statements about expectancy theory is true?
Answer Expectancy 2 is related to self-efficacy.
Valence is the measure used for expectancy 1.
Expectancy 1 is 1.0 when related to a decision making (go vs. no go) process.
The valence of outcomes is the same for everyone.
Expectancy 1 is directly related to valence of outcomes
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4 points
Question 4

A basic premise in Social Learning Theory is
Answer a behaviorist approach to learning
a person learns through observation rather then through doing.
events can be learned without being processed
Consequences of behavior do not influence learning
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4 points
Question 5

Understanding needs theory is important in the training process because:
Answer Needs theory helps identify reasons why some people do not perform well
Needs theory can help determine what kind of training will be more effective
Needs theory can inform the choice of environment where training is held
Needs theory can help identify motivators that will improve performance
All of the above
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4 points
Question 6

The _____ the self efficacy, the _____ the performance.
Answer higher; worse
higher; better
lower; worse
lower; better
all of the above are possible
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4 points
Question 7

Theories are
Answer useful for model building but impractical for practitioners.
generally developed by all of us to help us understand how things work in our world.
concrete steps in the "how to" world.
useful when they describe a set of facts and develop a logical rationale for what is likely to be true, given those facts.
both B & D.
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4 points
Question 8

Who laid the foundation for reinforcement theory?
Answer Maslow
Skinner
Bandura
Freud
Thorndike
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4 points
Question 9

Which of the following depicts negative reinforcement?
Answer after you do something you are yelled at
After you do something you receive a reward
After you do something you receive no reward
None of the above depict negative reinforcement
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4 points
Question 10

Which of the following is a "process" theory of motivation?
Answer ERG theory
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Reinforcement theory
Both A & B

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