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How to Design Learner-centric Learning Objectives

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How to Design Learner-centric Learning Objectives

How do we ensure training programs address the performance gaps of learners? How do we ensure learners are informed of what the training has in store for them and their expected performance after the training?

Well, learning objectives serve this purpose. They communicate the intent of the training to learners and often, they are the first screen learners come across before the actual learning begins. So they have to be crisp, clear, and presented effectively. None of us would prefer eating a cake with runny cream and a lopsided base, no matter how delicious it promises to taste; would we?

So we need to ensure learning objectives are well-defined, measurable, and unambiguous. They should not mislead learners, leave no room for misinterpretation, and also need to avoid false premises.

Intrigued to know how you can set such learning objectives? Our eBook “Learning Objectives in Training Design – Tips and Design” will shed light on these not-so-bright, grey areas. Download it to:

  • Access tips to set measurable, clear learning objectives
  • Identify the pitfalls to be avoided
  • Obtain creative presentation ideas

View eBook on Fundamentals of Learning Objectives in Training Design


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