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Workshopping Your Learning Objectives

Workshopping Your Learning Objectives In-Person / Online

Learning objectives are an essential part of course design. Learning objectives help select appropriate content for the course, and they provide a clear guideline for assessments.

Clearly written objectives help to communicate expectations to students. They will outline what the students will be able to do by the end of an instructional period – module or unit, and course.

This presentation is intended for all MSU educators, particularly those interested in improving their ability to write effective learning objectives.

Upon completion of this learning experience participants will be able to:

  • Compose effective module-level learning objectives
  • Identify appropriate action verbs for creating learning objectives
  • Describe the relationship between learning objectives and assignments – alignment
  • Outline the relationship between course-level objectives and module-level learning objectives
Date:
Thursday, June 20, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 11:00am
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation
Audience:
   Educator Network      Future Faculty      In-Class Educators      Online Program Directors  
Categories:
  Curriculum Development     Designing and Building Courses     Educational Technology (EdTech)     Hybrid Session     Improving Courses and Reviewing Course Quality     Online Program Management     Synchronous Session  

Registration is required. There are 42 in-person seats available. There are 499 online seats available.

This is a hybrid course, the in-person location is W207 in the Main Library. If you plan to attend virtually, please ensure that you also register for the Zoom session. 

We kindly request that attendees bring their own laptops in order to participate in some online activities during the session.