ED 654 - Educational Objectives for the Sebago Plan
The students will discover how to write clear and measurable objectives for cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains to guide them through the Sebago Plan. The formation of the plan for the entire master’s degree concentration in AET will take place during this course. Students will establish the measurable objectives for the overall master’s degree concentration including using one of the core values of Saint Joseph’s College as a guiding principle [faith, excellence, integrity, community, respect, compassion, justice]. The use of cognitive and affective objectives is required when developing the overall degree objectives whereas the use of psychomotor objectives is optional.
Prerequisites & Notes
This is a 15-week course. This course is available only to students in the M.S.E.d. Adult Education & Training concentration.
Assignments: 4 Units
Final Assessment: Final Project
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Relate Adult Learning Theories to the development of learning objectives, assessments, and professional development.
- Create measurable learning objectives based in the Cognitive, Psycho-motor and Affective domains.
- Create assessments that effectively measure learning objective in the Cognitive, Psycho-motor and Affective domains.
- Develop personal learning objectives for the Masters of Science Adult Education and Training degree program.
- Incorporate Personal Learning Philosophy and Professional Code of Ethics into professional development plans.
- Envision your personal and professional development based on Adult Learning Theories.
- Exhibit writing skills that incorporate APA formatting standards.
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