5 Tips for Writing Learning Objectives for Online Learning

Developing a learning course and training program requires going through a great deal of specific and very detailed information. As much as possible, one likes to follow the instructional design process down to the dot; unfortunately though, this isn’t what’s happening, most of the time.

Writing learning objectives is the most important, yet most disregarded (or rushed) phase of the entire online course creation and instructional design process. With most course creators always excited to rush into creating slides and facilitating sessions, the tendency is that everyone always rushes through the activity of writing behavioral learning objectives.

The importance of creating measurable and realistic learning objectives must be the top priority of every online course creator. This is due to the fact that creating a course without basis on actual results will just be a waste of time and effort for both the learner and creator. This is why we came up with a quick guide to writing learning objectives to help you.

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