This week, you examined more closely learning goals, outcomes, and objectives and how they factor into the design process. Think of a road trip. Generally, you have a map to guide you on your journey. Without it, you run the risk of getting lost. Unless getting lost is your objective, that map will help you stick to the best path to get you where you need to be. If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you get there? This is what goals and objectives, as a part of the overall ID process, do for instruction.For this assignment, you will create a high-level design by giving an overview of your need for instruction that you identified in Week 2, a basic learner analysis (who your learners are and what you know about them), and what you want them to know, do, or feel when they complete instruction. You will write one learning goal, at least one learning outcome, and at least two learning objectives, which you will include in your signature assignment in Week 8.Length: One page with a complete learning goal, learning outcome, and at least two learning objectivesReferences: No references required, though any sources used should be cited and referenced using APA styleThe completed assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. The content should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards and should adhere to Northcentral Universitys Academic Integrity Policy.Upload your completed assignment and click the Submit to Dropbox button.