Question

What is a structure learning object?

Answer

A learning object is a self-contained, reusable, standalone unit or "chunk" of knowledge that is sequenced logically and provides the user (student) engagement and interaction. Generally, faculty use learning objects in a class to enhance a lesson or convey a difficult concept. Learning objects are structured in a defined way: title, prior knowledge necessary for the student, overview, learning objectives, content, interactive exercises with feedback provided, and a summary.

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NCLOR

Topics

General

Intended End Users

K-12 Users, Community College Users, General Users

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