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Who are the learners?

Write down a concise description of the intended learners for your resource.

What are the teaching objectives?

List what you aim to teach or what you expect the learners to do after working through your teaching materials.

Specifying the characteristics for your resource

1. What is the subject?

For example, Geography, History, Education

2. What is the topic?

For example, Glaciers, First World War, Educational technology

3. What type of resource are you developing?

For example, Tutorial, Handout, Workshop, Study guide, Textbook, Handbook, Toolkit, Research paper.

4. Sector

For example, Preschool, School, Tertiary, TVET (Technical and vocational education and training), Higher education , or Adult and community education

5. Level

  • In the case of school, specify the year (Year 1 through to Year 12)
  • In the case of Tertiary education specify the year where Year 1 is the first year of tertiary study. Therefore Year 4 would be the Honours year or the 4th year of a four-year Bachelors degree.

6. Complexity

Indicate the level of difficulty you are planning. This relates to the complexity at the level you specified above. For example a difficult lesson for a Year 8 Maths class. There are three options:

  • Easy
  • Intermediate
  • Difficult

7. Intended Audience

For example, pupil, student, teacher, lecturer, trainer, parent/carer, administrator, community member.

8. Learning hours

That is the notional or intended time that a learner is supposed to spend on the resource, eg 1.5 hours