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"I hear and I forget, I see and I forget, I do and I forget" -- confused.
On Tue, 9 Dec 1997, Smokey Lynne L Bare wrote:
> For your consideration....
> ...may I recommend the specificities of the Cognitive Domain phases. The
> general and specific descriptors found in the levels, instructional
> descriptors, and terminology for specific learning outcome, may assist
> you greatly in your design and story boarding plan analysis.
> I have used this premise in the past as a textbook editor and reviewer.
> It meets almost every level I can think of: knowledge, comprehension,
> application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Your local book store
> or library should be able to assist you with books related to this area
> of educational writing. Hope this helps. I use it as a SME source for
> those wonderfully flavored verb-object statements for directions. It
> (C.D.) lists the correct verb for the correct action....no assumptions
> here....even corrects SMEs too! Then the messenger (you) does not die in
> the writing process, or even worse have your picture on the the bullseye
> ring of the SME's dart board.
> live from the bare's den.......