Location: InSync Training WebEx
Room: WebEx Training Center
Jul 14, 2014 (one day)
Meets 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Status: This program is completed
Times Listed above are in U.S. Eastern (New York) Time Zone
If you are still finding yourself writing learning objectives that contain the words “understand” or “know,” then object to those objectives and invest an hour honing your objective writing skills!
A well –written set of learning objectives is crucial for a course to succeed. How can we teach something if we don’t know what we want the outcome to be? Learning objectives should clearly state the specific knowledge, skills or attitude that is desired as well as the learning method involved and the criteria for achievement.
We will explore the ABCD and CAS methods (among others) of developing learning objectives, discuss writing objectives for performance-based courses vs. information based courses and touch on the role Bloom’s taxonomy plays when developing your objectives.
Instructor -- Anna Heinrich
Anna Heinrich, M. Ed., has been working in the field of training for over 20 years. After completing her Master’s in Adult Education from Oregon State University, she moved her focus to virtual classroom training. She has designed and facilitated training for multinational corporations from around the globe including KPMG, National Australian Bank and Mercer. She has been part of implementation, design, and production teams. “No tool is an island,” is her favorite saying which reflects her passion for blended programs that use not only the virtual classroom, but other methods to reach out to learners.