​​​Find several resources to help you write appropriate and meaningful learning objectives for your session.

Learning Objective Definition

A statement in specific and measurable terms that describes what the learner will know or be able to do as a result of engaging in a learning activity.

Resources for Objective Writing

Objectives and your Session

Each Educational Activity form is limited to a maximum of 10 learning objectives with up to two sub-sets per objective.  An example of a single objective with an acceptable sub-set list is as follows:

1. Identify the location and components of reticular formation relevant to alertness/consciousness:
      a. Rostral tegmentum of brainstem (pons, midbrain)
      b. Lateral zone inputs and outputs
      c. Neurotransmitter systems
  ​          i. Norepinephrine
            ii. Dopamine
            iii. Serotonin
            iv. Histamine
            v. Acetylcholine
2. Briefly describe the major projections and basic contributions to alertness of the neurotransmitter systems (identified above)  


"Rostral tegmentum of brainstem (pons, midbrain)" - sub-set one

"Norepinephrine" - sub-set two