(30 ISBE Clock Hours) Lesson planning can be one of the most stressful aspects of an educator’s job – but it doesn’t have to be. This training is the first in a series of three that will go through the three stages of planning using the Backwards Design Method. The first stage in this process is knowing how to write effective Learning Objectives that will provide clarity for both ourselves and our students. This training introduces Learning Objectives and gives step-by-step instructions on how to write highly effective Learning Objectives for your students.
Course Objectives & What You Will Learn in this Course:
Learn How to Plan Using the Backwards Design Method- An Ideal Method For Aligning Lessons to a Learning Objective
Learn How to Plan & Write Effective Learning Objectives Using Bloom’s Taxonomy, Unpacked Standards, & More
Learn The Key Parts of a Learning Objective and How to Unpack Standards to Drive More Effective Lesson Planning
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Course Guiding Question:
How do I write effective learning objectives that will not only provide clear purpose for my students to focus their learning efforts, but will also help me align my assessment items with my instructional strategies?
Well organized course, clearly presented, with tons of useful information. I will definitely start to use these strategies in my lesson planning. Highly recommend!
At the conclusion of this course, you will earn 30 ISBE clock hours, including a signed ISBE certificate.
Continuing Education hours through Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) are offered as ISBE clock hours and indicated as continuing education clock hours on a University provided certificate. Although offered in partnership with NEIU, they do not result in graduate- level or academic credit and cannot be used toward a degree program. These courses are primarily intended for recertification or re-licensure and continuing education for teachers in the state of Illinois.
Northeastern Illinois University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. It is recognized as an approved provider of ISBE clock hours by the state of Illinois.
Section 1 – Overview of Effective Learning Objectives
Section 2 – The Parts of a Learning Objective
Section 3 – How to Write a Learning Objective
Section 4 – Using a Taxonomy Table
Section 5 – Writing Your Own Learning Objectives
Helpful Resources & Templates Included With the Course The course comes with 6 templates, tools, and graphic organizers ready to be used in your classroom! These Include:
Learning Objectives Template
Unpacking The Standards Template
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