Writing objectives (revised)

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Writing objectives (revised)

  1. 1. Instructional objectives
  2. 2. are  objec)ves?  
  3. 3. …  objec)ves  are  blueprints  for  learning  
  4. 4. uses  objec)ves?  
  5. 5. Objec)ves  are  used  by  instruc)onal  designers,  teachers,  human  resource  professionals,  performance  technologists  …  
  6. 6. to  help  people  learn    
  7. 7. does  an  objec)ve  look  like?  
  8. 8. Every  objec)ve  has  four  components  
  9. 9. =  
  10. 10. does  “a”  stand  for?  
  11. 11. does  “a”  stand  for?   =  audience  
  12. 12. does  “b”  stand  for?   =    behavior/outcome          desired,  what    will  be            or  become    
  13. 13. Behaviors  or  outcomes  desired  from  learners  at  Point  B  
  14. 14. Something  +  α   Apply Practices Something  Learners  know   Facts First
  15. 15. does  “c”  stand  for?   =   catalyst  for  learning,   the  condi)on  or   context  for   performance  
  16. 16. You,  the  designer  build  the  connec)on  between  Point  A  and  B    by  crea)ng    scaffolds  (think  of  them  as  stair  steps)  
  17. 17. 1. Select
  18. 18. 2. Organize
  19. 19. 3. Integrate
  20. 20. During an instruction,Content should be conveyed from
  21. 21. During an instruction,Content should be conveyed from
  22. 22. During an instruction,Content should be conveyed from
  23. 23. does  “d”  stand  for?   =   Degree  of  learning,   criteria  for  assessment,     does  [interven)on]   work?  
  24. 24. do  they  know  now?       =  
  25. 25. do  they  learn,  discover,  do,  feel?   =  
  26. 26. is  a  good  objec)ve?     not     A  good  objec)ve  communicates  your  intent  well   and  leave  liOle  room  for  a  learner’s  interpreta)on.  Next  slide  will  show  you  what  wri0ng  objec0ves  is  all  about.  
  27. 27. The  metaphor  of  what  wri0ng  objec0ves  is  

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