Working with a partner, look at the information about behavioral objectives
- ABCD learning objectives: https://ets.tlt.psu.edu/learningdesign/objectives/writingobjectives/
- An online slide show takes a look at using the ABCD model with achieving an information technology goal: https://www.slideshare.net/ashleytan/writing-specific-instructionallearning-objectives-presentation
Read through "Classifying Objectives" (revised Bloom’s; being observable): https://edtech.tennessee.edu/~bobannon/classifications.html
Create a behavioral objective for an activity in one lesson. Peer-critique the objective: does it have all four elements? Is it observable and measurable?
Create another behavioral objectives, this time at a different (preferably higher) level of Bloom's taxonomy. Peer-critique the objective: is it appropriate? Does it have all four elements? Is it observable and measurable?
- Rubric generator: RubiStar – join to save and edit your rubrics: https://rubistar.4teachers.org/
- TeachNology rubric page: https://www.teach-nology.com/web_tools/rubrics/
- PBL assessment tools - web project rubrics and more: https://www.globalschoolnet.org/Web/pbl/plan/assres.htm
- Rubric Tutorial: https://health.usf.edu/publichealth/eta/Rubric_Tutorial/default.htm
- Sample rubric from an online ELT course
- Sample discussion guidelines from an online course
Interactive Lectures: A Summary of 36 Formats - brief descriptions of a variety of techniques to add spice and interactivity to a class. These provide alternative forms of assessment: https://www.thiagi.com/interactive-lectures.html
Working as a group, begin to design performance criteria for a lesson and outcomes for a course. If you use behavioral objectives, assessment is much easier.