Learning Objectives Guide

The following are samples of Learning Objectives

  • To increase my understanding of the basic structure and organization of a Provincial Correction Centre.
  • To increase my understanding of the types of crimes committed by both the male and female inmates in Provincial Correction Centres.
  • To increase and develop my ability and understanding of how to format and perform an assessment and counseling session for an inmate.
  • To understand the types of punishments inmates are sentenced to as a result of criminal activity.
  • To learn more about the techniques and procedures used in laboratory setting and relating to entomology.
  • To evaluate potential of isolated microbes for population reduction of pest insects (stable fly and house fly) using caged feeding studies and laboratory bioassays.
  • To prepare and collate data and conduct simple statistical analysis of the results obtained from the assays.
  • To increase my understanding of the methods used by which editorial decisions are made concerning the placement of photographs and stories in order to test any inconsistencies in editorial decision making.
  • To determine the impact of training, whether informal or formal, on editorial choice.
  • To deconstruct my own experience as a journalist to determine where my skills were obtained and the point at which I became a professional capable of making quality decisions.
  • To increase my understanding of Personnel Management, particularly with respect to motivation and job organization.
  • To develop an understanding and working knowledge of the many facets of the media and how to effectively communicate with them on and off the air.
  • To gain realistic and practical skills in order to market a non-profit organization.

How to begin your Learning Objectives:

  • To increase my understanding...
  • To increase my ability...
  • To create...
  • To develop...
  • To learn [how to, the relationship between X and Y, about]...
  • To research...
  • To improve...