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Writing Learning Outcomes – Curriculum Services

What are Learning Outcomes? Learning outcomes are statements of what a learner is expected to know, understand and/or be able to demonstrate after completion of a process of learning.All aspects of teaching (activities, instructional content/media, and assessments) should be designed with outcomes in mind. Course alignment begins by defining clearly the learning outcomes, such that […]

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Three types of LOs – essential employability skills, what we think of as course learning outcomes and a third form that builds towards the course LOs

Learning Outcomes | CEI | Center for Education Innovation

Writing effective learning outcomes Learning outcomes are statements of what students CAN DO as a result of a learning experience. The statements focused on student learning rather than our teaching. Learning outcomes can be broadly categorized in three different types: Attitudes (Knowing “why”) Skills (Knowing “how”)

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Implementation Intentions Facilitate Action Control | Psychology Today

One of the most effective anti-procrastination strategies I know.

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It’s more than just setting goals, it’s defining implementation intentions as well.

Learning Outcomes | CEI | Center for Education Innovation

Writing effective learning outcomes Learning outcomes are statements of what students CAN DO as a result of a learning experience. The statements focused on student learning rather than our teaching. Learning outcomes can be broadly categorized in three different types: Attitudes (Knowing “why”) Skills (Knowing “how”)

Source: Learning Outcomes | CEI | Center for Education Innovation