Opinion/Knowledge Checklist

The instructor creates a checklist of both the content covered in the course and the skills practiced within the course. Learners use this checklist to assess their interest and knowledge of each item at the beginning of a course. The instructor then uses these assessments to discuss the learners’ interests and preexisting knowledge around each topic on the checklist.

Individual/Group Activity Individually & Group
Class SizeSmall (<25), Medium (25-50), & Large (51-200)
Bloom’s Taxonomy LevelRemember
Development InitialAbsolute Knowing
Minimum Time to Facilitate< 15 Minutes
Minimum Time to Debrief< 10 Minutes

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