Instructional Methods: Goals of education…What are they?

Chapter 3: Aims and Objectives in Education
3a)(i).Define the terms aims objectives and goals of education
Education aims are ideals enshrined in a body of values held dear by both the society and the individuals in that society.

Objectives of education refer to the intended outcome of the process of education. They specify what learners are expected to achieve at the end of learning or training. … More Instructional Methods: Goals of education…What are they?

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Instructional Methods: Is there a difference between long-term and short-term aims and objectives of education?

Chapter 3 Aims and Objectives in Education 3a(ii).Differentiate between long-term and short-term aims and objectives of education. Objectives can either be long-term or short-term. Long term objectives  are those related to education in general and even at different levels of educational system and specific subjects in the curriculum. The short-term objectives, on the other hand, … More Instructional Methods: Is there a difference between long-term and short-term aims and objectives of education?

Instructional Methods: The relationship between objectives and the levels of achievement in the cognitive domain.

Chapter 3
Aims and Objectives in Education
3b (i)Relate objectives to levels of achievement in the cognitive domain.
Knowledge level: this is learning at the lowest level where the learner is expected to recall specifics and universals, the recall of methods and processes or the recall of a pattern, structure or setting. The student is expected to store in the mind certain information and later remember the information to be recalled. … More Instructional Methods: The relationship between objectives and the levels of achievement in the cognitive domain.