1 Educational Objectives Cherdsak IramaneeratDepartment of SurgeryFaculty of Medicine Siriraj HospitalMahidol University
2 Objectives At the end of this session, participants will be able to: Describe the importance of educational objectives.Develop behavioral objectives for students and/or residents in lesson planning.Educational Objectives
3 UsesGive students a clear understanding of what they are expected to know or doAssure that all the curriculum content is covered properly, no gaps or duplicationsDescribe the course to interested individuals in a concise wayHelp an instructor organize the courseProvide an evaluation frameworkGuide the criteria for course evaluationEducational Objectives
4 Writing an Objective Time frame Learners Behaviors At the completion of the lessonAt the end of the rotationLearnersFourth-year medical studentsSecond-year surgical residentsBehaviorsStandards and conditionsEducational Objectives
5 Behavioral Objectives Knowledge: define, identify, indicate, list, state, write, nameComprehension: compare, associate, compute, contrast, describe, differentiate, interpret, predict, translateApplication: apply, classify, demonstrate, solve, use, utilizeAnalysis: order, group, translate, summarizeSynthesis: arrange, combine, create, design, develop, formulate, prepare, planEvaluation: appraise, assess, critique, judge, rate, recommendBehavior: things that learners must do or learn: Action or performance: behaviors must be observableEducational Objectives
6 Standards and Conditions How will learners be evaluated?Standards90 percent of the timeScore 85% or higherConditionsIn an MCQ examOn a surgical wardEducational Objectives
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