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Thoughts on Learning Contracts After teaching this course last semester and identifying areas that the class was a little confused about, I compiled some thoughts on learning contracts that may help you develop your contract and better assimilate the principles of learning contracts into your coursework. 1. Why were knowledge, skills, and understanding established as separate categories in the competency model? Answer: They all refer to different learning domains. Knowledge has to do with identifying information, stating things that tell, “What you will know upon completion of the learning experience.” Skills refers to psychomotor abilities (e.g.-turn on a machine)-“What you will be able to do upon completion of the learning experience.” The last category, understanding (and by the way this is a very poor choice of words, but the Workshop used it and I didn’t want to confuse you so I left it alone), refers to higher order learning-things like using rules to assess, problem solving, and application
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