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Summary - 14300_83
learning   objectives: n  Learning  objectives  indicate  what  the  student  will  be  able  to  do  as  a  result  of  training. n   The   student   is   always   the   subject   of   the   behavioral   statement.   The   behavioral   statement will  also  contain  a  performance-oriented  verb  and  an  object. n  Most  objectives  describe  conditions  that  aid  or  limit  performance. ~   Standards   describe   the   criteria   of   acceptable   performance.   They   are   usually   expressed   as time,  accuracy,  or  quality.  The  lack  of  a  stated  standard  implies  that  100  percent  accuracy is   required. Learning   objectives   of   Navy   training   courses   normally   fall   into   the   categories   of   knowledge, mental  skills,  or  physical  skills.  These  objectives  all  contain  the  same  elements  but  are  written to  determine  different  levels  of  understanding  or  achievement.  For  example,  the  following  three behavioral  statements  pertain  to  the  same  subject  but  are  written  to  determine  various  learning outcomes. Upon  completion  of  this  topic,  the  student  will  be  able  to: n  (Knowledge)  State  Ohm’s  Law  for  determining  voltage  in  a  series  circuit. n  (Mental  Skill)  Solve  for  an  unknown  value  in  a  series  circuit. n  (Physical  Skill)  Measure  current  in  a  series  circuit. These  statements  all  indicate  WHAT  the  student  is  expected  to  be  able  to  do  as  a  result  of training.   When   the   CONDITION   statements   are   added,   the   aiding   or   limiting   factors   to performance   will   be   known: ~  State  Ohm’s  Law  for  determining  voltage  in  a  series  circuit  from memory. E  Solve  for  an  unknown  value  in  a  series  circuit   en provded  with wo wn values. n   Measure   current   in   a   series   circuit   using   the   Model   XX   Multimeter. When  the  STANDARD  is  added  to  these  statements,  the  objectives  will  be  complete.  They will  tell  the  students  exactly  what  they  will  be  expected  to  do,  under  what  conditions,  and  the criteria   of   acceptable   performance: n   State   Ohm’s   Law   for   determining   voltage   in   a   series   circuit   from   memory.   (The   standard of   100   percent   is   implied). 9  Solve  for  an  unknown  value  in  a  series  circuit  when  provided  with  two  known  values. Problems  must be solved accurate to wo decimal  points. 9  Measure  current  in  a  series  circuit  using  the  Model  XX  Multimeter.   Measurements  must e within plus r us ne milliamp f those specified  n Maintenance re 1-2-3. These  examples  illustrate  the  development  of  learning  objectives  intended  to  measure  various levels   of   student   achievement. You  should  remember  and  apply  the  knowledge  for  which learning   objectives   are   written   so   that   you   can   achieve   specific   learning   outcomes.   As   an instructor,  you  are  in  a  unique  position.  You  will  be  able  to  determine  if  training  is  producing students  with  the  knowledge  and  skills  they  need  to  perform  the  jobs  to  which  they  will  be assigned. 70

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