Wittman-Price and Fasolka (2010) differentiate between “objectives” and “outcome
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Wittman-Price and Fasolka (2010) differentiate between “objectives” and “outcomes” thusly: “An objective speaks to the process and the goal. Therefore it is (both) teacher and student focused. An outcome, a final product or end result, speaks to the goal, so its focus is the student, because learning is the goal for the student” (p. 233).
Provide your own understanding of how one uses outcomes to determine objectives in a teaching environment.
Identify potential outcomes and the subsequent objectives for the Vila Health simulations you have encountered within this course.
Wittman-Price, R. A., & Fasolka, B. J. (2010). Objectives and outcomes: The fundamental difference. Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(4), 233–236.