Student Learning Outcomes are statements that specify what students will know, be able to do or be able to demonstrate when they have completed or participated in a Course or Program. SLO’s specify an action by the student that must be observable, measurable and able to be demonstrated.
- 1 What are the 3 student learning outcomes?
- 2 Why are student learning outcomes important?
- 3 What is the meaning of learning outcome?
- 4 What is good student learning outcome?
- 5 What are examples of learning outcomes?
- 6 What are 5 learning outcomes?
- 7 What are learning outcomes and why are they important?
- 8 What are the benefits of learning outcomes?
- 9 How do you develop student learning outcomes?
- 10 What are the four components of student outcomes?
- 11 How do you assess students learning outcomes?
- 12 What are the 3 characteristics of good learning outcomes?
What are the 3 student learning outcomes?
At both the course and program level, student learning outcomes should be clear, observable and measurable, and reflect what will be included in the course or program requirements (assignments, exams, projects, etc.).
Why are student learning outcomes important?
There are several advantages to having course learning outcomes including: Setting shared expectations between students and instructors. Helping students learn more effectively. Providing clear direction for educators when making instruction and assessment decisions.
What is the meaning of learning outcome?
Learning outcomes are statements of the knowledge, skills and abilities individual students should possess and can demonstrate upon completion of a learning experience or sequence of learning experiences.
What is good student learning outcome?
More specifically, good learning outcomes: Are very specific, and use active language – and verbs in particular – that make expectations clear. This informs students of the standards by which they will be assessed, and ensures that student and instructor goals in the course are aligned.
What are examples of learning outcomes?
5 types of learning outcomes
- Intellectual skills. With this type of learning outcome, the learner will understand concepts, rules or procedures.
- Cognitive strategy. In this type of learning outcome, the learner uses personal strategies to think, organize, learn and behave.
- Verbal information.
- Motor skills.
What are 5 learning outcomes?
The five learning outcomes
- Children have a strong sense of identity.
- Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
- Children have a strong sense of wellbeing.
- Children are confident and involved learners.
- Children are effective communicators.
What are learning outcomes and why are they important?
Learning outcomes are statements that describe the knowledge or skills students should acquire by the end of a particular assignment, class, course, or program, and help students understand why that knowledge and those skills will be useful to them.
What are the benefits of learning outcomes?
Advantages of learning outcomes
- It sets shared expectations between students and instructors.
- Lets student set learning goals easily.
- Helps students learn more effectively.
- Instructors have a clear direction while making assessment decisions.
- Gives a program level overview of learning across courses and years.
How do you develop student learning outcomes?
- Focus on the student–what the student will be able to do by the end of the course or program.
- Describe outcomes, not processes or activities.
- Start each outcome with an action verb.
- Use only one action verb per learning outcome.
- Avoid vague verbs such as know and understand.
What are the four components of student outcomes?
The major components are audience, condition, standards and behavior.
How do you assess students learning outcomes?
A combination of methods may be used to assess student attainment of learning outcomes. Examples of indirect measures include:
- Self assessment.
- Peer feedback.
- End of course evaluations.
- Focus groups.
- Exit interviews.
What are the 3 characteristics of good learning outcomes?
Are explicit; Are learning-centered (focus on what students learn rather than on what faculty teach); Align with the degree program purpose; Are appropriate to the level of the degree offered (Master’s degree outcomes would be more rigorous and comprehensive than Bachelor’s degree outcomes, etc.); and.