This Info-line discusses behavioral objectives classified as cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (attitudes) and how to write them effectively. It provides guidelines for writing objectives and a case study from ISI Robotech and its use of objectives.Rules for Writing Objectives To ensure success when writing behavioral objectives, there are a number of specific guidelines ... For the learners, such exact statements will let them know how much they have accomplished and how much more they are required to learn. Be specific but not excessively so. The scope of what must be covered depends on the purpose or subject of that particular objective.
|Title||:||Write Better Behavioral Objectives|
|Publisher||:||American Society for Training and Development - 2007-07|