Evidence-based Practice. Learner-centered. Art of Writing Learner-Centered Objectives

This assignment, writing of learning objectives, will allow you to gain knowledge that is foundational to the teaching learning process and provide you with the opportunity to partially achieve the course learning outcome: apply the teaching and learning process to a health-related situation in a systematic manner that reflects the principles of teaching and learning presented in this course. Supporting information to assist you in writing learner-centered objectives is addressed in the learning activities of Unit 4 and Unit 5: The Art of Writing Learner-Centered Objectives

Case scenario

John is a retired 57-year-old man with a 5-year history of type 2 diabetes. He was diagnosed with diabetes in 2010 but he had symptoms indicating hyperglycemia for 2 years before diagnosis. He had fasting blood glucose records indicating values of 118–127 mg/dl, which were described to him as indicative of “borderline diabetes.” His doctor has been encouraging to lose weight (at least 10 kg. as he currently weights 100 kg and is 180 cm tall. Write learning objectives to guide your teaching about the importance of weight loss related to type 2 diabetes.

Evaluation Criteria  – Writing Learning Objectives

  • Articulate three objectives, one for each domain. Each objective is: learner-centered and discrete; written in clear, measurable terms; reflective of your assigned case study; reasonable for a three minute teaching session
    • Cognitive (4 marks)
    • Affective (4 marks)
    • Psychomotor (4 marks)
  • Provide rationale including integration of theoretical knowledge that is, evidence-based practice to support each objective (4 marks)
  • Provide evidence of application of course concepts and references of external sources as needed to support each learner centered objective (4 marks)
  • Accurate APA format including:
    • Title page, headings and subheadings (1 mark)
    • References in the body of the paper (2 marks)
    • Reference citations in the references list (2 marks)
  • Accurate scholarly format including:
    • 4 pages in length, excluding title page and References list (1 mark)
    • Introduction (1 mark)
    • Scholarly language and professional tone  (1 mark)
    • Grammar, spelling, and punctuation (1 mark)
    • Conclusion (1 mark)

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