�Leslie Owen Wilson
These may use more general, amorphous words to note the desired learning,
such as to know, to understand, to learn, or to appreciate. Two kinds of
nonbehavioral objectives are:
These types of objectives have the following advantages:
- They can be more artistic -- not as rigid.
- They can be more reflective of real life problems.
- Several domains may be combined within one objective.
- The teacher can easily solicit input from students. ( often evaluation
of these objectives is more subjective, or authentic.)
- When you are integrating material, the nonbehavioral format facilitates
integration more easily. Therefore, several subject areas or different
content may be easily incorporated into one objective.
- These types of objectives are more open-ended and allow teachers
to create related experiences based on students' interests and motivational