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Laura Gogia shares how to develop learning objectives for the 21st century on episode 174 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
There are people out there who live and die by learning objectives, and there are people who think they are the work of the devil.
Knowledge is a dynamic, creative process.
There are going to be times when it needs to be one way, and there are going to be times when it needs to be other ways. And that’s okay.
It’s not about measuring as much as defining what you’re trying to measure.
- 116: Connected Learning for the Curious
- Robin DeRosa (@actualham) – post on open textbooks
- A Listener Question: Catching Up
- Domain of One’s Own
- Sean Michael Morris
- Virtually Connecting
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