Instructional Design Must Focus on Learning Outcomes, Not Learning Activities 

<<It’s no secret that kids learn better when teachers provide learning activities that keep them engaged. Teachers work tirelessly to plan engaging lessons that capture and keep the interests of their students, thereby making content more accessible. >>

While this is definitely true in K12 learning, which is the focus of the article, it is just as relevant for higher ed and workplace learning.   Outcomes come first – they are the S.O.W. (statement of work) – the framework of the learning experience.  Everything else needs to be built based on those objectives.  Good article from Edsurge.

Source: Why Instructional Design Must Focus on Learning Outcomes, Not Learning Activities | EdSurge News

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