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2016

In Part 2 of our Student Voices series, we hear directly from students on what they'd like to see taking place in the classroom to better bridge the gap between the curriculum and the real world.

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    Bethany Smith
Bethany Smith
Instructor, Arizona State University

In this first installment of Microcast, our series of brief podcasts, instructor Bethany Smith explores theories behind student motivation to set the stage for part II in the series, where she'll offer practical advice to help you better motivate your students.

    Melissa Altman-Traub
Melissa Altman-Traub
Dietetics Instructor, Community College of Philadelphia

Why are well-designed learning objectives so important? The answers may seem self-evident; they provide a roadmap for students to follow, and they enable the measurement of student learning. But, there are other benefits that directly relate to how students study and how they organize their learning:

 

  • Learning objectives tell students what they are supposed to be learning
  • Learning objectives enable students to focus their attention on the core concepts
  • Learning objectives help students manage their study time efficiently so that they don’t waste time on less-important topics and can help ease student anxiety and uncertainty when exam time comes around.

 

Below is a handy checklist to help you.

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