Weak learning objectives slip through our fingers like mud. And they can ruin a training program.
Writing learning objectives isn’t just a semantic exercise. Objectives are the foundation of our training. They define the behavior we expect learners to perform and allow us to measure that behavior. They help us determine whether training is working.
“At the end of this module, you will:
Right. Squishy. How can we observe someone “knowing” or “understanding”? How will they show us that they know or understand?
This is especially ...