Join John-Paul Ballard for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Match exam questions to learning objectives, part of Write Effective Learning Objectives.
- [Voiceover] So how did you do?…Are you ready for the solutions?…Let's look at the first question.…It says, in layman's terms what is the meaning…of the mathematical number, pi?…Were you able to find a matching learning objective?…The answer is, there was no match.…So let's write a new learning objective.…And here's what I wrote:…By the end of this lesson, the learner…will be able to explain the meaning of pi.…As you can see, it's a very direct link to the question.…If you had something similar to this, great job!…If not, you can go back and revise your notes.…
Let's move on to the second question.…What does the company's policy…not allow regarding social media?…If you said Learning Objective One,…that's correct, here's what the learning objective is:…By the end of this course, you will be able…to identify what the company's social media policy…does and does not allow.…It's directly linked to Question Two.…Let's look at Question Three.…What's the primary advantage of electric vehicles?…The answer is, there was no direct match.…
- 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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