I also write--again, not always well. I share what I've published with my students, but I also share what I've written at all steps of my own writing process, asking for their input.
When adults are involved in training sessions, there are various program planning models that can be used, depending on the goal of the training session. Researchers developed these models based on their ideological frameworks and goals. A literature review was performed to determine their relevance to the research.
Results revealed a significant amount of similarities and differences between two planning models, and how they may be used in future research.
It has been known that these models have greatly helped adults as the outcomes have benefited from careful planning. As adults have gained a tremendous amount of education and experience, collaboration within a group can best be effective when these two factors are best used so that different perspectives can be realized to produce a more professional product.
In order to do this, a planning program would need to be developed to ensure this. Caffarella and Daffron n. Caffarellaas cited by Warren, n. The majority of the time that is spent in planning these programs is spent building relationships with potential program participants which require new ways of thinking in the world, or modifying or abandoning plans.
Though the two models have similarities, they also have differing characteristics. Differentiating Both Models Model Structure Research has indicated that both models differ in their structural make up. This model is composed of four questions, in sequential order Uhland, This model consists of 12 steps presented in no particular order.
Philosophy According to SorkTyler proposed a systematic approach to meeting educational needs of learners while encouraging accountability through the use of outcome-oriented objectives and systematic evaluation.
Conclusion Research revealed that there were significant differences and similarities in both planning models. Both models differ in their model structure, philosophy, and framework.
Even with these similarities and differences, both models are still able to produce challenging outcomes depending on the goal of the program. Curriculum design for flexible delivery — massaging the model. Planning programs for adults.
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Program planning and development in adult education: Where we are at the beginning of the 21st century.MODELS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT curriculum development development It has double arrows It has single arrows It has four elements of curriculum It has seven elements of curriculum development development It is a two way interaction It is a one way interaction Philosophy serves as the source of selection Curriculum development process.
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Compare and Contrast Between Tyler. Different Models of Curriculum.
CT2. Compare and contrast the. curriculum design models Taba’s, Tyler’s, Wheeler’s MODELS TABA TYLER WHEELER Compare and Contrast the Curriculum Design.
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