Practical Issues Of Framing Learning Objectives For Online Learning

July 18, 2019

What Are The Learning Objectives? A learning objective is a statement, in specific and measurable terms, that describes what learners will be able to do on completion of training. Consider specific questions to keep learning objectives grounded. Ensure objectives communicate the intent in clear terms and leave little room for misinterpretation. Keep them simple and brief so that they are easily understandable. Be specific about the performance of learners after taking the training.

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