Conduct Backward Analysis before Backward Design.
In Analysis, start with the Output, then the Measures, and then the Tasks.
In Design, start with the Applications Exercises, then the Demonstrations, then the Information.
And even in Development – do that Backwards: Application Exercises (including Performance Tests, then any Knowledge Tests), then any Demonstrations, then the Information. Then finally, the Close and then the Open.
This video is 4:00 minutes in length.
See Guy’s book: Conducting performance-based Instructional Analysis – for more: https://amzn.to/36swZ8f
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