Friday, January 24, 2014

Last Thing First - Back-chaining

Usually the process of teaching people how to successfully complete long sequences of is to teach how to start the task sequence and then proceed right along to the end of the chain of events. Backward chaining however refers to breaking down the steps of a task and teaching them in reverse order. The biggest advantage from the learner’s point of view is that it offers immediate satisfaction. It  minimize anxiety and provide a sense of accomplishment. This feeling of success will increase confidence and keep us motivated to learn and complete the entire sequence of steps. 

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