1.7.  Developing Objectives



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Module 1- Test 7a
Module 1 - Test 7b

You will now write out and submit an overall goal for a workshop or presentation you are about to do, or have done in the past, and several objectives. We will review them together, via email, and solidify them before moving on to the next Module. These objectives will be the basis for everything that follows.

Develop an overall goal for your workshop or presentation (we will call it a "course" here, and several learner-centered objectives.  You must include at least one cognitive objective and one affective objective. If your workshop involves any physical skills, then include psychomotor objectives also.

The following tools may help you with this assignment.

1. To organize your thoughts, try completing this form in your own words, then review the objectives for more precise wording.

Cognitive Behaviors

Affective Behaviors

Psychomotor Skills

 

What information do you want your participants to learn in your workshop?

 

What attitudes do you want your learners to embrace during your workshop?

 

What do you want your participants to be able to do by the completion of your workshop?
 

 Examples

Ÿ  energy anatomy

Ÿ  meditation types

 Ÿ how to practice at home

 THINK ABOUT WHAT KNOWLEDGE YOU WANT YOUR LEARNERS TO LEARN

 Examples

Ÿ  be aware of and sensitive to energy

Ÿ   show empathy

Ÿ   view life in a more positive way 

THINK ABOUT WHAT ATTITUDES YOU WANT YOU LEARNERS TO GO HOME WITH

 

 Examples

Ÿ  feel energy in their hands

 Ÿ  sit in the proper meditation position

 THINK ABOUT WHAT SKILLS YOU WANT YOUR LEARNERS TO DEVELOP

3. The following words are associated with each domain of learning, and may be useful to review as you develop your objectives. Use these words as the first word, or stem, of an objective, then complete with your own content.

COGNITIVE DOMAIN

1.0 KNOWLEDGE

Recall of specifics, universals, methods, patterns

 

2.0 COMPREHENSION

Lowest level of understanding

Cite

Count

Define

Draw

Identify

Indicate

List

Name

Point

Quote

Read

Recite

Recognize

Record

Relate

Repeat

Select

State

Tabulate

Tell

Write

 

Associate

Classify

Compare

Compute

Contrast

Describe

Differentiate

Discuss

Distinguish

Estimate

Explain

Express

Extrapolate

Interpret

Locate

Predict

Report

Restate

Review

translate

3.0  APPLICATION

Use of knowledge in a new situation

4.0 ANALYSIS

Breakdown of communication into elements

Apply

Calculate

Complete

Demonstrate

Employ

Illustrate

Interpret

 

Locate

Operate

Order

Practice

Predict

Relate

Report

Restate

Review

Schedule

Sketch

Solve

Translate

Use

 

Analyze

Appraise

Contract

Criticize

Debate

Detect

Diagram

Differentiate

Distinguish

Experiment

 

Infer

Inspect

Inventory

Separate

summarize

5.0 SYNTHESIS

Putting together of elements to form a whole

6.0 EVALUATION

Making judgments on quantitative and qualitative bases

Arrange

Assemble

Collect

Compose

Construct

Create

 

Design

Detect

Formulate

Generalize

Integrate

Organize

Plan

Prepare

Prescribe

Produce

Propose

Specify

Appraise

Assess

Choose

Critique

Determine

Estimate

Evaluate

Grade

Judge

Measure

Rank

Rate

Recommend

Revise

Score

Select

Test

 

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

Accepts

Adopts

Advocates

Asks

Attempts

 

Attends

Challenges

Chooses

Defends

Initiates

 

Investigates

Joins

Keeps

Obeys

Offers

 

Organizes

Participates

Promotes

Proposes

Questions

Recommends

Seeks

Shares

Suggests

Supports

Tries

Visits

Volunteers

 

PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN

Adjusts

Builds

Calibrates

Collects

Demonstrates

Draws

Injects

Maintains

Makes

Manipulates

Measures

Obtains

Operates

Performs

Picks

Places

Prepares

Records

Removes

Selects

Sets up

Sees

Smells

Starts

Stops

Transfers

Washes

Uses

Wipes

 

 

3. Complete the
Module One, Test 7a. to see a set of objectives that
have been approved for CEU’s on an actual workshop.

Then its time to complete and submit your goal and objectives!

Go to 
Module One, Test 7b.  Complete and Submit this Test

 

 

 

 

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