The most recent blog post, Writing Effective Learning Objectives, introduced the concept of starting with the end in mind. Identifying the desired level of learning is one way to start at the end. Selecting a verb to indicate the desired level(s) of learning is an important part of writing learning objectives. Bloom’s taxonomy can be a useful tool… Continue reading Bloom’s Taxonomy
Teaching is only part of the educational formula. There are other considerations that must be made in order for the formula to equal increased student learning, which is always our desired result, right? Start with the end in mind. What is it that you hope the students will learn? Better yet, what behaviors should the students… Continue reading Writing Effective Learning Objectives
Thank you for stopping by my new blogging site – Teaching, Learning, & Everything In Between. I look forward to our sharing of many conversations around the topics critical to effective teaching, learning, planning, presenting, researching, and anything else that you might find interesting! I’ll spend a few weeks building and personalizing this site. I… Continue reading Welcome!