Learning and teaching : aims, goals and objectives. Teaching and Learning Workshops at Bond.

John Wade

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[Extract] AIM – to think critically about the concepts of educational ‘AIMS’. GOAL – to be able to write aims, goals and objectives of courses at different levels of specificity and to understand the historic advantages and disadvantages of this process. OBJECTIVE – for each participant to write; within the next week; a list of at least 10 aims, goals, and objectives, ranging from general to very specific, and distribute it, and discuss it, for at least 15 minutes with students in the next course taught.
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Publication statusPublished - 31 Oct 2006

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