Join John-Paul Ballard for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Teaching Techniques: Writing Effective Learning Objectives.
- Now that you've reached the end of the course,…I'd like to share some resources…that will help you take the next step…in developing your instructional design skills.…First, I recommend checking out and joining…the Association for Talent Development, or ATD.…This is a great resource for networking,…getting the latest and best practices,…and keeping up-to-date on the profession.…It has a nationwide membership,…great conferences, certification programs,…and get white papers, just to name a few things.…The eLeraning Guild has the same kind…of nationwide resources as ATD,…but with an emphasis on eLearning…and related subjects,…such as learning management systems.…
You should also check out and excellent…and concise series of instructional design books…by Dr. Robert Mager.…It's called the New Mager Six-Pack.…This series has been a go to…for Instructional Designers for over three decades.…It's concise, easy to read, and provides great…insight into the entire process creating…and improving courses.…Finally, check out our video library…
- Defining and structuring a learning objective
- Understanding the value of learning objectives
- Adopting learning objective theory
- Rewriting weak learning objectives
- Customizing learning objectives
- Creating learning objectives for new and existing material
- Analyzing courses for learning objectives
- Aligning assessments with learning objectives
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Learning Objectives
Begin with the end in mind2m 12s
2. Learning Objective Theory
3. Create and Customize Learning Objectives
4. Align Assessments with Learning Objectives
Next steps1m 12s
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