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Objectives for Section 4: Selecting of Relevant Course Activities

Once objectives have been written and aligned with assessment strategies, activities can be designed that move students towards the achievement of the learning objectives.

Upon completion of this section of the module, you will be able to

  • sequence learning objectives through alignment with Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy.
  • design an instructional strategy to support the attainment of an identified learning objective.
  • recognize the value of specific and immediate feedback.
  • identify when to provide feedback within a learning activity.

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