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    Differences between curriculum and instructional objectives.

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    Discuss at least three differences between instructional and curriculum objectives, also include two institutions governed by differing philosophies. Give examples of five types of performance standards that may be included while formulating instructional objectives.

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    Instructional objectives are objectives that measure what the student has learned at the end of the unit or course. Instructional objectives include the assessments that show the instructor what the student has mastered. They take into account all the different ways in which the student can process and remember the information such as the use of technology, group instruction, reports, lectures and discussions. Curriculum objectives are those objectives that the board of education believes each grade should know by the end of the school year. For example, kindergarteners are expected to know how to read, write and ...

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    This solution is comprised of over 350 words, including references, on the differences between curriculum and instructional objectives. Also includes examples of performance standards for instructional objectives.