Specific statements about what students will be able to do as evidence that they are competent. These are specific measurable goals that guide the development of assessments.
- Learning Outcomes
"Learning outcomes are statements that bridge three key elements of every instructional unit: the skills being developed, the content under investigation, and the tasks that students will undertake to demonstrate their learning. They set the vision for the learner, and help make clear to students the meaningful and important connections between content, skills, and work products.
Explore our Guide to Defining Learning Outcomes for a step-by-step guide to crafting Learning Outcome statements."
Tips for a Short Implementation Time-Line
"Make sure the Learning Outcome statement is built into your unit planning template, and provide teachers with simple guidelines for how to craft a learning outcome statement.
See our Guide to Defining Learning Outcomes for a step-by-step guide to crafting Learning Outcome statements."