Create a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 objectives based upon Blooms Taxonomy

Create a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 objectives

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Create a minimum of 3 and maximum of 5 objectives based upon Bloom’s Taxonomy (See an overview at or for more in-depth study of Bloom’s view and you can always “google” Bloom Taxonomy for more information-may need to cut and paste these websites into your URL line to access). These objectives reflect the changes you want to see in the behavior of the participants/audience as a result of acquiring the information that you present. Remember: Objectives must be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timed (S.M.A.R.T.) and each must include a Bloom term. At a minimum, at least one objective should be “immediate” and one “long term.” Use the table below to record the Objectives and Content for your Capstone Project. (You must create at least three objectives. If you have more, insert rows in the table). Remember that your final project will need at least three references (less than five years old). See the example for how to format this grid. Example Objectives (3-5 Objectives) Example Content and Citing of Peer Reviewed Articles (Total of 3) (Journal listed with no DOI should have URL referenced) 1. By the end of the presentation, 98% of the audience will be able to identify three ways to prevent falls in the LTC until. (Note: this is an immediate outcome, there is a time frame, there is a % of the audience, identify is the Bloom term. This goal is measurable). Fall prevention Doe, J. (2014). How to prevent falls in a long term care unit. Journal of Fall Prevention, 8 (26), 23-32. doi:8:2014-445.31.271 2. Within three months of the presentation, 95% of the audience will be able to recite three reasons to use a fall assessment form with any change in condition for residents. Fall assessment forms Smith, J. (2013). Why are fall assessment forms important? Journal of Fall Assessments, 7 (4), 12-15. Retrieved from - fallassessments.com Boyd 2019
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N4685 Capstone Seminar (Note: this is a long-term goal, there is a time frame, there is a % of the audience, and “recite” is the Bloom term. This goal is measurable). 3. (Write your third outcome here – it can be either immediate or long-term. Remember it must be SMART and include a Bloom term). Content Topic Must have at least one reference here as three are required for this assignment – one for each outcome. Please note that for your final project, you will need three references for each outcome that you have for a minimum of nine references. If you have four
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