Writing Objectives - Writing Training Objectives \ 1 Model...

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\ 1 Writing Training Objectives
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Model for Designing Instruction 2 Needs Assess Learner Character istics Objectives Content Pre & Post Assessment T & L Activities Evaluation Support & Logistics Revise Goals &
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Goals and Objectives 3 Goals Objectives =
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Goals 4 Definition A statement that describes in broad terms what the learner will do. Many times the goals will be part of an organization’s mission statement. Example To integrate service –learning as a teaching methodology in schools across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (PSLA – PA SERVICE LEARNING ALLIANCE)
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Objectives 5 Definition A statement in specific and measurable terms that describes what the learner will know or be able to do. Example Students will be able to construct a three generation genogram with a patient in the office setting within a 5 minute time frame and explain how the information potentially impacts on the patient’s care.
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Objectives Help You To 6 Decide what you want to provide to the organization (program objectives, training, etc.) Determine an evaluation plan to assess whether your intervention was effective. Plan the process of training including formats, staffing, budgeting, etc.
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Objectives Will Help You to  Answer 7 Does the program fit within the parameters of the overall mission and goals of the sponsoring organization? Is there a clear match between and among the program
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2010 for the course DK 1061 taught by Professor Mattson during the Spring '10 term at Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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