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Intended Learning Objectives (ILOs)
and Optimal Learning Methods

Based on 122 research papers
Learning Objective
Optimal Learning Method
Acquiring specific, concrete knowledge in a given field
Developing simple skills e.g. spelling, using simple tools
Developing knowledge that requires substantial practice e.g. species recognition 
Quick assessment of a certain amount of resource materia 
Applying and sharing knowledge, principles 
Understanding complex concepts  
Enhancing creativity, thinking differently  
Understanding different perspectives  
Valuing diversity  
Managing prejudice, bias  
Developing positive attitude towards learning  
Developing positive self-esteem  

Source: Susan Fountain, UNICEF, NY, USA (1991): Teaching and Learning Methodology of Global Education, in "Education in the Changing World", Hungary

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