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AimGoal and Objective

Aim, Goal and Objective

Aims :
·         Aims are general statements that provide direction or intent to educational action. Determine the primary aim of your communication plan. One goal is a general statement of what you want to achieve and in general you should have only one goal.
·         General explanations that provide form and direction.
·         The principles suggest a good or spectacular vision.
·         Guides for the learning process.
·         Goals are statements of educational intention which are more specific than aims. 
·         Broad educational goals communicate the general purpose of a curriculum and serve as a standard in which the selection of different curricular components can be measured.
·         The goal is like a target.
·         Declaration of purpose with a certain result in mind.
·         Discuss some characteristics of a student who has achieved goals.
·         Desirable results for students as a result of experiencing the curriculum.
·         It comes from different aims.
·         Objectives are usually specific statements of educational intention which delineate either general or specific outcomes.
·         The objectives vary from goals to they offer some goals against which performance can be measured.
·         The objectives are measurable and there may be many objectives that will lead to your plans and goals.
·         The objectives are the arrows that help the learner reach the target and demonstrate mastery.
·         More specific statements about the outcomes of the curriculum or project are being considered.
·         Declarations that allow curriculum decision-makers to identify the specific purpose of a particular action.

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