Really?! An episode about learning objectives?! Yes, really!
Learning objectives is the 101 topic of learning, so forgive me if you think that I question your intelligence. That will never be my intention. Learning objectives seems like a topic that is so self-evident that it doesn’t need any attention. And that’s why it does.
The original work around learning objectives was done during the sixties of the previous century. I learned about it during my first year of teacher training, which was also in the previous century. I never paid much attention to the topic anyway, thinking I knew enough and was able to apply that knowledge in the right way. But hey, it’s been almost 60 years since Robert Mager published his first ideas about learning objectives, and some interesting research has been done.
I was pleasantly surprised by the new and very relevant things I learnt while doing my research for this episode of the Learning Notes. Like always, I curated the four best resources for you. Read (or watch) them, and see if you’re able to finish my next sentence.
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