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Visualizing learning goals with the Quail Model

Botturi, Luca

In: Australasian Journal of Educational Technologies - AJET, 2004, vol. 20, p. 248

This paper introduces the Quail Model, a device for the classification and visualization of learning goals. The model is a communication tool that can smoothen the discussion within a course design team, support shared understanding and improve decision-making. Its theoretical background mingles contributions from Instructional Design (Bloom, Gagné, Merrill) with the insights of an author of... Plus

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    This paper introduces the Quail Model, a device for the classification and visualization of learning goals. The model is a communication tool that can smoothen the discussion within a course design team, support shared understanding and improve decision-making. Its theoretical background mingles contributions from Instructional Design (Bloom, Gagné, Merrill) with the insights of an author of Philosophy (Lonergan). The paper presents a literature review, the Quail Model and some examples. Reference to a demo application is also provided.