Creating learning objectives can be tricky, especially if you are new to the task or don’t have a subject matter expert on hand to help. It’s a skill that comes with practice and when written badly, can affect the learning experience.
Learning something new requires us understand subject knowledge or know how to perform a skill. When it comes learning objectives, it’s important to provide the learner with a baseline to can assess their knowledge and understanding – so they can work out if they really “know” or “understand” the subject or skill.
Let’s examine this in more detail with a couple of examples.Continue reading