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Learning Objectives are concise statements of what the learner is expected to accomplish during a lesson or a learning experience, consisting of a general instructional goal, and specific learning outcomes, normally denoting something observable or assessable.
This page lists resources tools, and a bibliography for learning more about this topic.
- Alonso, F., Lopez, G., Manrique, D., & Vines, J. M. (2008). Learning objects, learning objectives and learning design. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 45(4), 389-400.
- Althoff, S. E., Linde, K. J., Mason, J. D., Nagel, N. M., & O'Reilly, K. A. (2007). Learning objectives: Posting & communicating daily learning objectives to increase student achievement and motivation. Online Submission.
- Phillips, J. J., & Phillips, P. P. (2010). The power of objectives: Moving beyond learning objectives. Performance Improvement, 49(6), 17-24.
- Articulating Your Learning Objectives
- Carnegie Mellon's Eberly Centre for Teaching Excellence - offers excellent resources for developing your learning objectives in consideration of assessment and instructional activities.
- Learning Outcomes - Mount Royal University
- Resources and links to support faculty in identifying, analyzing, writing and integrating learning outcomes into curriculum.
- Writing Learning Outcomes - Learning & Teaching Centre, British Columbia Institute of Technology
- Helps instructors better understand and write learning outcomes.
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