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MTS KQSS Domain 2A

MTS Domain 2A

2.A1 Discuss the purpose of the Shareable Content Object Reference Model and it's application in Content Development. SCORM is a set of of technical standards which specify how e-learning software should be built. It is the de facto industry standard for e-learning interoperability.
2.A2 Describe reuse, repurpose, and reference as it applies to NCOM. Reuse: the use of an existing object in a new learning event without modification. Repurpose: The use of an object in a learning event with little to no modification. Reference: The use of an existing object as an information source
2.A3 Name the 5 content types and describe when each would be used as they relate to enabling objective statements. CFPPP Concept: category with multiple examples. Facts: Unique and specific information. Procedure: Sequence of steps. Process: Flow of events. Principle: Directions that outline guidelines for action.
2.A4 Describe enabling objective content use levels. 1. Remember: learner recognizes and recalls information. 2. Apply: requires learner to apply information to accomplish a task or solve a problem.
2.A5 Describe metadata and its capabilities. "Data about data." Enables the ordered, categorized storage, and recall of information in a database. Think of Google or a library catalog as examples.
2.A6 Discuss the key precepts of ILE Information Architecture, to include NCOM, SCORM, and ELO's and TLO's. NCOM is the Navy's version of SCORM. Learning Object: top level grouping of related content. Related assets(single media/text elements) are grouped into ELO's, ELO's are grouped into TLO's, related TLO's are grouped into Learning Objectives.
2.A7 What is a Job Task Analysis (JTA)? JTA is finding out the knowledge and skills required to do a job.
2.A8 Contrast Level 1 and 2 JTA data. Level 1: Job analysis. Defines what work is done. Level 2: Task Analysis. Describes how the work is done.
2.A9 Where does one find technical specifications, XML specifications, and NMCI core build requirements? Tech specs: SPEC 4D. XML specs: SPEC 2B. NMCI core build: NMCI core build contents documents.
2.A10 What are the three educational domains discussed in the Navy ILE Learning Objective Statements (NLOS) Specifications and Guidance? Name the main verb categories attributed to each. Cognitive: Think Affective: Feel Psychomotor: Do
2.A11 Discuss the types of questions used for each content use level. Remember: Drag and Drop, Matching, Multiple choice. Apply: Exercise, Simulation.
2.A12 Discuss the phases of the Instructional Design Process. ADDIE: Analysis: Use of JTA results to get TLO's (CTTL). Design: Based on LOS. Creates prototype lesson. Develop: LOS and prototype lesson used as model. Implement: Integration into ILE. Evaluate: Constantly evaluate course.
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