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Measureable Learning Outcomes

The terms, “learning outcomes,” “learning objectives,” and “learning goals” are often used interchangeably in the field of education.

General Instructional Design
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Taxonomy of Cognitive Learning

Taxonomy of cognitive learning can be used to move your students through the learning process within an organized framework. Benjamin Bloom (1956) was one of the first U.S. educators to build taxonomy of cognitive learning.

Curriculum Design
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Know Your Audience

When teaching in a traditional classroom, you may get to know your students through regular interactions. In the world of online and blended instruction, your students can be scattered across different regions, states, or other countries.

Blended Learning
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Meaningful Feedback In The Online Classroom

Take time to do “pre-feedback.” Introduce yourself and invite students to do the same.

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How Do I Know If Students Are Struggling?

Knowing how your students are performing helps you understand what your students are ready for and capable of.

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Providing Meaningful Feedback

Meaningful feedback can be incredibly powerful.

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