It makes sense to say the model is neither traditional or reform. Traditional was a lot of memorization, drill and practice. Reform focuses on open ended questions. Rapid does a lot of repetitive practice, but with small differences in the question to show important differences. It also prompts the learner to build their own knowledge, some could say this is similar to reform. The difference is that reform allows the learners to be very broad, so they may not learn the key elements they need to know. RAPID prompts them to know a key element of the task. It still requires the student to build the learning, thus fitting the constructivist learning model.