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Sunday, October 24, 2010
Domains of Learning
I think that it is very valuable to prepare instructional objectives using each domain of learning at various levels because it allows you as an instructor to make the learning more relevant to all students. I think that by assessing the learning styles of your students you quickly learn how to develop a strategy for preparing your instructions. I think that because of the nature of CTE, instructors have to start at the knowledge level for many students and build upon each lesson using a variety of levels for questioning in order to understand where each student is with their understanding. This assessment, helps the instructor to focus on areas where students may be deficient or need additional instruction.