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This study proposes that the process of Instruction (teaching) is Communication and hopes to illumine the vague treatment of communication within the entire process of instruction. Initial research conducted and works [Click on its list to view online presentation material] as bases for the theoretical framework include: theoretical framework A PDF version of the Computer Based Training (CBT) material on Instruction = Communication Berlo’s Communication Theory operating within Henson’s work Berlo’s Communication Theory operating within the Universal Design for Learning The Use of Instructional Design (ID) Model Across Curriculum introduces Instruction = Communication as part of its theoretical foundation. Click for References
Research Questions 1.That instruction (teaching) is in its entirety, is a highly purposeful communication. 2.That communication theories and models operate within the theories used in instruction from planning, design, implementation, assessments, and evaluation. 3.This study will underscore the value of understanding instruction as a highly purposeful communication in enhancing strategies and approaches in instruction. This study aims to prove:
A Highly Qualitative Study The confirmatory and qualitative nature of the study involves the use of data gathered from existing literature, participant observations (within the past 5 years of teaching experience), view points from experts to be gathered from an online colloquium and followed by the Delphi method (10 to 20 experts in the field of Communication and Education).confirmatoryqualitative Check http://www.analytictech.com/mb313/kinds_of_research.htm for research methodology discussion http://www.analytictech.com/mb313/kinds_of_research.htm
The results from this study shall benefit both the fields of Communication and Education. The results of the study could illumine, give a clear and definite distinction to communication within the entire process of instruction (teaching). Understanding the whole process of instruction as a highly purposeful communication could strengthen strategies and approaches to effective instruction.
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