F2-A: Going Beyond the Task List with Instructional Design: An Overview of Behavior-Based Instructional Design Techniques

The current presentation highlights best practices in analyzing instructional content and designing curricula and associated instructional materials to teach a variety of skills to learners with and without disabilities. The presenter will share a variety of sample materials and resources to ensure our instruction produces the outcomes we want. We will focus on analyzing larger instructional goals (i.e., composite skills) into specific component skills and conducting a features analysis for complex skills, such as concepts and principles.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. State a wide range of examples of component skills when given a composite-level skill
  2. State what instructional design is and is not.
  3. State examples and non-examples of concepts, and the three requirements necessary for conceptual behavior

Behavior Education Inclusive Environment Social Skills


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