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- You won't be able to decide which instructional content and procedures will help you accomplish your objectives,
- You won't be able to create measuring instruments (tests) to tell you whether your students have become competent enough to move on, and
- Your students won't be able to decide for themselves when to stop practicing.
If you care about developing and/or delivering instruction that will give your students the skills and knowledge important for them to have, then this book is for you.
You wouldn't expect to laugh at a book on Instructional Objectives. But then you read Robert F. Mager, and wind up laughing throughout. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Travis Knight
Quick and easy read! It served the purpose I needed it for!Published 5 months ago by Lisa A. Lipscomb-jones
I like that this book is understandable. I was assigned to read it in a week and was a bit concerned about the size of the book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by i2likelife
This book is a quick, how to guide for writing objectives. A good reference book for any teacher.Published 8 months ago by Mary
simple read, fun, quick. a must for anyone crafting instructional materialPublished 9 months ago by Bobo
Very helpful for new teachers learning how to write objectives.Published 11 months ago by Suzanne Nicole Monahan