What Exactly Drives Your Learning Objectives? Authentic Performance Objectives?

I use a Performance Modeling approach that I first learned in 1979 – that first defines the outputs of Performance and their measures/standards. Although most “standards” are informal in most places.

My Learning Objectives (3-part) are re-written Performance Objectives – where the Performance Competence requirements anchor the analysis data and eventually the design – to this…

If that’s not what you are looking for at your Level 2 and Level 3 evaluations – then my lean-ISD approaches, methods, tools and techniques are not for you.

But if your Learning Objectives should be the same as your Learner’s Performance Competence requirements – then this might be of interest…one of my latest books – focused for the Analyst…

More info here – table of contents, overview, link for purchasing via Amazon’s CreateSpace online e-store. $30 paperback.

Soon to be a Kindle too!

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One comment on “What Exactly Drives Your Learning Objectives? Authentic Performance Objectives?

  1. Pingback: L&D: Learning Objectives in an Enterprise Context | EPPIC - Pursuing Performance

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