|Statement||Norman E. Gronlund.|
|LC Classifications||LB1027.4 .G76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||84236192|
Get this from a library! Stating objectives for classroom instruction. [Norman Edward Gronlund] -- Earlier ed entitled: Stating behavioural objectives for classroom instruction. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gronlund, Norman Edward, Stating objectives for classroom instruction. New York: Macmillan, © ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the purpose and methods of stating instructional objectives in the teaching learning process. Purpose of Instructional Objectives: The purpose of instructional process is to promote a well- integrated development of a person. Therefore we must be clear what type of learning outcomes we expect from our teaching- knowledge, [ ]. The booklet, designed as a practical guide, deals with the preparation of instructional objectives for teaching and testing. Emphasized are the statement of instructional objectives as learning outcomes and the definition of the objectives in terms of specific types of behavior (knowledge or skills) expected of students at the end of the learning experience.
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Stating Behavioral Objectives for Classroom Instruction. [New York]: Macmillan. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Gronlund, Norman Edward, , Stating Behavioral Objectives for Classroom Instruction. [New York]: Macmillan, . F or lessons to come to life in the classroom, they must emanate from the heart. Philadelphia consulting teacher Michelle Shields believes Learning Objectives are the heart of every lesson. They give a purpose to learning. They are the foundations for lesson planning. Objectives provide the criteria for evaluating student achievement. Objectives communicate the focus of learning that enables instructors and students to work toward a common goal. The teacher can use objectives to make sure goals are reached. Students will understand expectations. Any skill is learned more effectively if the learner understands the . All WCPL locations are closed until further notice. During this time you will not be able to place new holds on physical materials. If you have holds on the shelf, they will be held until we reopen.