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KSA Skills Attitudes

KSA Checklist

In a classroom setting, "KSA" refers to Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes, the three learning domains in Bloom's Taxonomy. In the workforce, "KSA" refers to the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities needed to perform job functions, where "knowledge" is an organized body of relevant information, a "skill" is a measurable proficiency in the manipulation of data or things, and an "ability" is the capacity to perform a task in a manner important for the job (inferred but not measured, such as organization, teamwork, etc.)

Uses

How to Write a KSA Checklist

Important Notes

Limitations

Discussion

The three domains of a KSA checklist are useful in identifying and evaluating multiple, important facets of learning and competence. As part of a pre-/post-assessment or throughout a course, KSA checklists can serve as checkpoints in the systematic progression of learning.

References

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The importance of KSA's (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities) in the federal application process. Retrieved January 16, 2008, from http://www.cdc.gov/hrmo/ksahowto.htm.

Clark, D. (1999). Learning domains or Bloom's taxonomy. Retrieved January 16th, 2008, from http://www.nwlink.com/~Donclark/hrd/bloom.html.

National Archives & Records Administration. All about KSAOs: Knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics. Retrieved January 16th, 2008, from http://www.archives.gov/careers/jobs/ksas.pdf.

Post Office Jobs Information Center. (2005). Knowledge, skills and abilities statements (KSAs). Retrieved January 16th, 2008, from http://postofficejobs.info/ksas.htm

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