Instructional Objectives for the Professional Preparation of Counselors

Authors

  • Bob B. Winborn,

    Professor of EducationSearch for more papers by this author
    • Bob B. Winborn is Professor of Education, William C. Hinds, Assistant Professor of Education, and Norman R. Stewart, Professor of Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing.

  • William C. Hinds,

    Assistant Professor of EducationSearch for more papers by this author
    • Bob B. Winborn is Professor of Education, William C. Hinds, Assistant Professor of Education, and Norman R. Stewart, Professor of Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing.

  • Norman R. Stewart

    Professor of EducationSearch for more papers by this author
    • Bob B. Winborn is Professor of Education, William C. Hinds, Assistant Professor of Education, and Norman R. Stewart, Professor of Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing.


Abstract

Counselor educators have not made widespread use of the various instructional designs, programs, and materials that have been developed by educational technologists. The use of instructional objectives is one of the keystones of the new educational technology. Their use in designing programs for preparing counselors and counseling psychologists is described.

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