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Let Them Choose: Cafeteria Learning Style for Adults by Shannon McKenzie, Jillian Douglas

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WRITING CAFETERIA LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Just as with any learning experience, designing an effective Cafeteria Learning workshop begins with writing learning objectives. Before you can create activities or workshop content, you need to have the end in mind. If you don’t consider what your learners should be able to demonstrate on the job after the workshop, it won’t matter how you design your workshop.

Cafeteria Learning objectives are unique in that there are relatively few of them and the design is typically based around three core objectives. They are also designed specifically to allow for choice. Here are four quick steps for creating learning objectives for Cafeteria Learning. The steps may look familiar, but they incorporate suggestions ...

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