The Art of Knowledge
Learning About Learning Objects
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- For the purposes of this forum Learning Objects are defined as self-contained, digital resources that can be re-used to support learning.
Going back to the definition of Learning Objects we find that one of the key words is "reusability". In order for a learning object to be truly reusable it must have the ability to fit into the context of another learning objective or lesson. We apply the systematic qualities of the instructional design process in order to provide for successful sequencing of learning objects and consequently their reusability.
Oh wait, that's it. So no this wasn't really helpful. I think this is more geared towards the teachers at the community college where it is attempting to be implemented. The text is based pretty much on the Ruth Clark matrix formula. Basically it's a grid that has two axis running parallel to 5 categories. You have "apply" and "remember" on the top and then that's crossed at the bottom by Facts, Concepts, Processes, Procedures, Principles. Nice alliteration not much help. You can see that grid (though this has been relatively fruitless) here.
Link posted by JVMM : 12:32 AM