Writing Learning Objectives That Help You Teach and Students Learn (Part 2)
One of the most critical online teaching skills is designing good content and activities so that students can learn. In the last article (Part 1), I described how instructors too often do not put enough effort into considering the learning objectives for their courses, resulting in potential for mismatch between course content, activities, and assessments; less-than-optimal learning; frustrated students; and poor evaluations.
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- Writing Learning Objectives That Help You Teach and Students Learn (Part 2)