Every teacher has heard of what’s commonly called “Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives.” I’ll bet you’ve never heard anyone say how the Taxonomy defines an educational objective.
Here’s what the text says on page 26:
By educational objectives, we mean explicit formulations of the ways in which students are expected to be changed by the educational process. That is, the ways in which they will change their thinking, their feelings, and their actions.
What are your educational objectives for your writing courses?
How do you expect your writing course to change your students’ thinking?
How do you expect your writing course to change your students’ feelings?
How do you expect your writing course to change your students’ actions?
Note: You will be tested over this material every day for the entire course.