Relationship of radioman class A school training decisions to instructional systems development task selection criteria
Belanger, Ronald Glafey
Arima, James K.
Rousseau, Denise M.
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This thesis investigated the extent to which the Instructional Systems Department (ISD) process for task selection is being used to determine tasks that are trained at Radioman Class A School. Data Correlation Sheets containing criteria ratings by the subject matter experts for all general radioman tasks formed the data base. The data were evaluated using discriminant analysis, correlating analysis, and factor analysis contained in the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences. The results indicated that the number of selection criteria can be greatly reduced and still yield proper classification of the tasks. Although the ISD process is doing an adequate job of job selection for the school, this research discovered that a proper combination of fewer criteria may improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the process.
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