The Learning Task PURPOSE FOCUS CONTEXT PROCESS PRODUCT
Model of Change Stimulus Response Self-AwarenessIndependent Will ImaginationConscience Freedom to Choose, Respond, Change
Task Types Learning Tasks are open questions put to a small group who have all the resources they need to respond
Task Types Inductive Task: Invites learners to clarify where they are, at present, in terms of new content, where they begin their study, and what their present conception of the topic includes. It begins with the lives and experiences of the learners.
Task Types Input Task: Invites the learners to grapple directly with new content/tasks. The new content is presented, the challenge is set, and the gauntlet is thrown. It involves presenting substantive concepts, data, skill sets, attitudes for examination, comparison, reflection, practice, editing, rearranging, reconstructing.
Task Types Implementation Task: It invites the learner to use the new KSAs in the learning environment, immediately, implementing them in the workshop, class, or session, in a safe environment.
Task Types Integration Task: Learners are invited to apply what they have learned to their life and work.