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Sixthsession of the series that introduces you to basics of instructional design.

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6.writing objectives

  1. 1. Instructional Designfor DummiesA short course that explains the basics of Instructional Design Session 6: Writing Objectives Start
  2. 2. ObjectivesAfter completing this session you will be able to: Write instructionally sound learning objectives Start
  3. 3. Understanding Learning Objectives Learning objectives are not list of topics covered under a session A learning objective should describe what a student should be able to do after going through a particular session
  4. 4. Parts of a Learning Objective A well written learning objective should consist of three parts, performance, condition and criterion Performance: What the Condition: Under what Criterion: At what point thelearner will be able to do after constraints the learner performance is acceptable. completing the session. This demonstrates the expected What are the standards of part is known performance or behavior, acceptance? This part is as performance or behavior known as condition known as criterion
  5. 5. Example Performance “At the end of this session you will be able to describe at least 10 unique features of the Speedo Bike, without referring to the sales manual.” Criterion Condition
  6. 6. Non Example A non example will be, “At the end of this session you will understand why Speedo Bike is unique.” You can clearly see that in the later example it is impossible to measure the effectiveness of the training
  7. 7. SummaryIn this session we learned that: A learning objective should describe what a student should be able to do after going through a particular session A well written learning objective should consist of three parts, performance, condition and criterion
  8. 8. Thank YouShyamanta Baruah (Sam)www.shyamantab.comconversations@shyamantab.com

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