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Title: Writing Learning Objectives


1
Writing Learning Objectives
  • Brown Bag Series
  • April 26, 2013

2
Start at the Beginning
  • What is Training?
  • Organized, structured activity
  • Designed to produce specific learning and
  • Improve job performance
  • How do you develop quality training?
  • Write quality learning objectives

3
Benefits of Well Written Learning Objectives
  • Selection of appropriate content
  • Creation of right number, sequence, type and
    depth of activities
  • Clear map of training emphasis
  • Learners know the KSAs
  • Appropriate assessment strategies
  • Standards to measure learner success

4
The Magic Triangle
  • Objectives
  • Learning Activities Evaluation

5
What is a Learning Objective?
  • Something toward which effort is directed an aim
    or end of action
  • specifies to the greatest extent possible the
    behavior or performance required
  • includes three components
  • Action to be performed
  • Conditions governing performance
  • Criteria to measure performance
  • WHAT and HOW

6
Characteristics
  • Consistent with purpose and goals
  • Clearly stated
  • Single, precise, action verb
  • Specific knowledge, skill, or attitude
  • Observable/measurable outcome
  • Realistic and doable
  • Appropriate for level of learner
  • Learner centered

7
Blooms Taxonomy (Handout)
  • Level 6 Evaluation
  • Level 5 Synthesis
  • Level 4 Analysis
  • Level 3 Application
  • Level 2 Comprehension
  • Level 1 Knowledge

8
Test Your Knowledge
  1. Name the five causes of dizziness.
  2. Given a patient case description, determine the
    three most likely causes of dizziness.

9
Examples Levels 1-3
  • Level 1 Knowledge
  • Name the financial and non-financial eligibility
    requirements specific to the W-2 program.
  • Level 2 Comprehension
  • Explain the financial and non-financial
    eligibility requirements specific to the W-2
    program.
  • Level 3 Application
  • Use CWW to accurately determine W-2 eligibility
    for all W-2 applications.

10
Examples Levels 4-6
  • Level 4 Analysis
  • Identify the CWW screens that need to be reviewed
    when a W-2 case is failing eligibility.
  • Level 5 Synthesis
  • Create an Employability Plan that includes SMART
    goals and specific activities that will help the
    participant reach his/her goals.
  • Level 6 Evaluation
  • Verify that CARES has made the correct
    eligibility determination on each W-2 application
    you process.

11
Example with Condition
  • When confronted with an agitated customer
    (condition), the FEP will be able to calm the
    customer (skill outcome) so that the customer is
    visibly and verbally able to continue the case
    review (performance level).

12
Start Writing Your Own
  • Questions to ask yourself (Handout)
  • Use the How to Choose Verbs for Effective
    Learning Objectives
  • http//dcf.wisconsin.gov/partnertraining/DCF_Train
    ers/LearningObjectiveActiveVerbs.pdf

13
Questions?
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