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ERIC Number: ED033679
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Nov
Pages: 4
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Instructional Objectives for Junior College Courses.
Capper, Michael R.
The documents listed below are sets of instructional objectives for 39 courses taught at the junior college level. The specific objectives are typically arranged in terms of several major course goals. The major goals indicate what is generally to become of students taking the course by specifying actions to be taken, skills to be learned, abilities to be gained, or attitudes to be held or modified as a result of having taken the course. The objectives indicate specific, observable student actions or the product of such action, and to be properly utilized should also indicate the circumstances under which the action will be taken, and the degree of accuracy to which the student is to perform. The intent is not to standardize course offerings, but rather to provide prototype goals and objectives for several course offerings in order that an instructor may choose for inclusion into his course those goals and objectives consistent with the skills, abilities, and attitudes he desires his students to acquire. It is hoped that these objectives will also serve as models for translating other units of instruction into specific, measurable terms as a first step toward an assessment of the actual impact of curriculum on the student. Included in this document is a list of the instructors from whose courses the objectives were drawn, and a list of other documents in the ERIC Clearinghouse for Junior Colleges' collection that are concerned with instructional objectives. (MC)
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Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse for Junior Colleges, Los Angeles, CA.