Elements of objectives_학습목표

Education | 2011.04.12 10:10 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These pictures explain how objectives consist of and how to write good objectives.

Objectives have 4 elements, A, B, C, and D.

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What are ABCE for?

A is for Audience and does learner analysis. Typically who are the learners for educational interventions.

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B stands for Behavior and is the same as learners' behaviors expected after instructions.

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C is the abbreviation of Condition, Context, or Catalyst and is the most important thing of an instruction.

In C part, learners experience an actual learning and get information they may need by interacting with real content.

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D is for the degree of achievement and is the same as evaluation or assessment of how learners have taken an instruction and how they apply information or instruction from an educational environment they experienced.

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These are what I did in Instructional Design class. And I can draw a big picture of my group project about job-aid or instruction on 'Hiking at the Poudre River Trail'

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What writing objectives is all about

Education | 2011.03.26 02:29 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

These materials show you what writing objectives is all about. But the scrambled is unorganized one, so that you can make sense of it all.

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But you can make sense of what writing objectives is all about with the revised one.

The revised one is, I guess, more organized version of writing objectives.

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You can also find some interesting points by comparing the scrambled with the revised.

The image below is what I created as a metaphor of writing objectives in order for people to understand what writing objectives is.

The scrambled

Writing objectives (scrambled)

 

The revised

Writing objectives (revised)

 

'Writing objectives is as same as planning a travel'

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Instructional design about Augmented Reality instruction

Education | 2011.03.22 00:34 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

An instruction about Augmented Reality

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Assumption
I am hired as an instructional designer from a business training company ' Busitco'.
Busitco has struggled with new business ideas using swift changing technologies,
but nothing crucial has been brought on the table yet.
I am aware that there are many potentials for learning and training in augmented reality,
but most people in my company have no ideas about augmented reality.
So as an instructional designer in Busitco, the first project I have is to create
a self-guided instruction about augmented reality and its application to learning and training
in order for my colleagues to grasp some ideas about augmented reality and come up with
some applicable thoughts in learning and training.

Learners (A): employers and employees in Busitco. Their educations are diverse from high school and Ph. D.

Objectives
1. Given the instruction about augmented reality, people in Busitco will know about augmented reality and its applications.
     The learners will understand the definition of augmented reality and can explain it to others.
     The learners will comprehend the needs for augmented reality in business training.

2. Given the instruction about augmented reality, people in Busitco will apply the idea of augmented reality to their businesses or fields.
     The learners will come up with some applicable ideas to their businesses by employing augmented reality techniques.
     The learners will use augmented reality in their real life at least once.

3. Given the instruction about augmented reality, people in Busitco will be confident in adopting new technologies and ideas to their businesses and lives.
     The learners will keep thinking of new business ideas by using new technologies.

 

To be continued...

Condition (C) and Degree of learning (D)

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