Another insightful post from the Rapid E-Learning Blog. Matching objectives with assessments and thinking about how to connect with your learner are effective practices worht reviewing. ~Dennis
While there’s nothing wrong with creating a list to state learning objectives, there’s probably a better way to engage the learner emotionally. And this is important if you want to connect with the learner and motivate them to change their behavior.
Learning is a complex process and part of it is to connect with the learners in a meaningful way. Appealing to them emotionally is one way to do that. So the next time you build an elearning course, see if you can replace the bullet point objective screen with something different. Even if you can’t replace it, you can still do something like this to capture their attention