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    by TUCT on January 18, 2018 at 12:02 pm

    The minister of Higher Education published a proposal to change the Skills Development Act, comments due before the 31st of January 2018. Some highlights of these amendments propose to: The good: 1.   Remove SETA regional offices and create one central sharing system/office to be more effective. 2.   Sharing of resources, such as IT and HR. 3.   SETAs to … Continue reading "Skills Development Act amendment 15 Dec2017" […]

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Analyse and Break Down Learning Objectives

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Learning objectives usually need to be broken down into more-detailed objectives in order to help the facilitator and planning group design appropriate learning activities. Facilitators can ask themselves: “What would learners need to be able to do in order to develop, through further practice, the required performance?” The objectives should be as specific as possible: phrases like “to know”, “to appreciate” are impossible to measure. Phrases like “to plan”, “to make”, “to identify” are more concrete and therefore easier to evaluate.

The objectives should always be realistic and achievable to avoid any sense of personal failure on the part of the participants or the facilitator.